Police Superintendent Responds After Violent Weekend In Chicago

At least 18 people were killed and 86 wounded over the long weekend in Chicago.

David Brown
Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown during a May news conference. On Tuesday he claimed shootings over the July 4th weekend were due to judges releasing people before trial, however, Brown has failed to back up his claims with evidence of pretrial defendants driving the city's violence. Charles Rex Arbogast / AP
David Brown
Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown during a May news conference. On Tuesday he claimed shootings over the July 4th weekend were due to judges releasing people before trial, however, Brown has failed to back up his claims with evidence of pretrial defendants driving the city's violence. Charles Rex Arbogast / AP

Police Superintendent Responds After Violent Weekend In Chicago

At least 18 people were killed and 86 wounded over the long weekend in Chicago.

Reset checks in with the Chicago Tribune for an update on the police response to violence over the Fourth of July weekend in Chicago.

GUEST: Jeremy Gorner, Chicago Tribune crime reporter