Eight Forty-Eight


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On Monday, Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel introduced Garry McCarthy as Chicago's next police superintendent.

May. 03, 2011

Chicago Sun-Times crime reporter Frank Main profiles incoming Chicago police superintendent Garry McCarthy. Then Eight Forty-Eight will discuss what the death of Osama bin Laden means for public support of the president and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. And Stephen Asma discusses why the celebration of bin Laden’s death reignites feelings of patriotism, and how celebrating any death can create discomfort.