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Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson

Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson visits the Chicago Police Department training academy on June 25, 2019. Johnson has faced criticism for not objecting to a police narrative that officer Jason Van Dyke’s fatal shooting of teenager Laquan McDonald was justified.

All Eyes On Chicago’s Top Cop Eddie Johnson

As Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson faces increasing questions about his ability to lead CPD, WBEZ’s criminal justice reporter Chip Mitchell stops by Reset to break down how things are going for the city’s top cop.

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