Public Testifies on Police Misconduct Before US Justice Department

Community residents Tuesday evening make their feelings known to the U.S. Department of Justice. The civil rights division is holding its third of four public hearings as it conducts its investigation into the patterns and practices of the Chicago Police Department.

Paris Schutz joins us live from Truman College in Uptown with the latest.

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