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CPD Commander Says Sergeant Had Duty To Reject False Reports About McDonald Shooting

A Chicago police commander is disputing a sergeant’s claim he had no responsibility for the accuracy of reports about Laquan McDonald’s killing. WBEZ’s Chip Mitchell reports from the Police Board’s office downtown.

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A Chicago police commander is disputing a sergeant’s claim he had no responsibility for the accuracy of reports about Laquan McDonald’s killing. WBEZ’s Chip Mitchell reports from the Police Board’s office downtown.

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