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Chicago Cop's Lawyer Seeks Gag Order in Bar-Beating Case

May 02, 2008  | 

The lawyer for a Chicago police officer captured on tape viciously beating a female bartender wants to bar attorneys and witnesses from speaking publicly about the case.

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robgpd @ 5/3/2008 3:47 AM

I'm sorry. The man is seen on tape beating a woman. We would turn around and blast that all over the media if it was anyone else on convict him on that tape alone. Should have thought about his action before he did what he did.

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