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Chicago protesters continue calls for change after police shooting

  • None of the cameras recorded the fatal shot, and police have said the body camera worn by the officer who killed O’Neal was not working, but that there is no evidence of tampering.
  • The Independent Police Review Authority has released video footage from nine cameras — four from body cameras worn by officers, and five from the dashboard cameras of squad cars at the scene.
  • Critics also have questioned the behavior of police officers at the scene after the shooting, as some appeared to suggest officers turn off their body cameras.
  • Chicago protesters continue calls for change after police shooting (CBS News) (Photo: Finklea, Gillian)
  • After their rally at Millennium Park, the protesters planned to march through the streets of Chicago, but have not said exactly where they plan to go.

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CHICAGO — For the third day in a row, demonstrators hit the streets of Chicago on Sunday to protest the fatal police shooting of 18-year-old Paul O'Neal , after city officials released body camera and CBS Chicago reported .


Chicago protesters continue calls for change after police shooting

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