Indictments End For Chicago Police Involved In Laquan McDonald Shooting

Wochit Headline News - November 15, 2017

CHICAGO (Reuters) - No more Chicago police officers will be indicted in connection with the 2014 shooting death of black teenager Laquan McDonald by a white officer, a county prosecutor told a judge on Tuesday.

A special grand jury has concluded its inquiry and been discharged, Cook County Special Prosecutor Patricia Brown Holmes said in a statement on Tuesday..

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