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Chicago police arrested two more men Friday in connection with the deadly Valentine's Day shooting of a 2-year-old boy, whose horrifying death was streamed on Facebook.
A two-year-old boy was fatally shot in Chicago Tuesday in what police suspect was a gang hit amid ongoing gun violence in the city that has drawn attention from President Donald Trump.
A U.S. Department of Justice probe into the Chicago Police Department revealed that cops undergo very poor training as well as the department been the subject of biased investigations. Attorney General Loretta Lynch is expected to announce the findings of the 13-month investigation Friday.
On Saturday, the rapper posted a two-minute video, detailing his difficulty with two police officers who nearly threw him out of the Grand Crossing District station once he began filming.
McDonald, a 17-year-old Chicago teen, was shot 16 times in 2014 by officer Jason Van Dyke. McDonald's death lit a long simmering fire within Chicago that led to protests, calls for Emanuel's resignation, the termination of former superintendent Garry McCarthy, and a Justice Department probe.
Toxicology tests also showed that O'Neal had no drugs in his system at the time of death. The coroner's medical autopsy repeats the responding officer's narrative that O'Neal was armed during the chase. Authorities confirmed that O'Neal was not in possession of a gun.
Witnesses say they overheard Hampton and the man exchange a few words before he stabbed her multiple times, slitting her neck and torso.
The incident occurred as officers discussed assignments for the presidential security detail during Obama's visit to attend the Chicago Bulls' season opener in October, The Daily Beast writes.
Chicago's Independent Police Review authority, which investigates claims of misconduct and excessive force, released the videos derived from 101 cases.
On May 8, a body was discovered at 5400 S. Lake Shore Drive. It took a few days, but the body was identified as that of Monye, Chicago Police Department spokeswoman Officer Nicole Trainor told NewsOne.