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Chicago Police Sued Over High-Speed Pursuit


A total of 20 Chicago police officers and the City of Chicago are being sued over a chase that resulted in the death of a 13-month-old boy. More Here.

July 23, 2015
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Kojack58 @ 7/26/2015 2:52 PM

Felony chase of a murder suspect. How many more people should we let him kill before we stop him. I am truly sorry for the loss of the little one. No he should not have died but he was killed by a person who had just murdered another person. rocks and hard places the police have to live with them. Good Luck in catching the idiot that did this.

Russ @ 8/3/2015 2:18 AM

The police are always at fault. I have to question why 20 officers were involved and if true, why they didn't terminate the pursuit when ordered to do so. Condolences to the family. No one should lose a child this way. The fault rests on the shoulders of the driver of the vehicle. If he had stopped, there would have been no pursuit, and the child would be alive today.

Lt.Dan @ 8/3/2015 1:41 PM

Your right Russ and maybe if they had done that the turd would have killed one of your family members? I guess then you'd say it was the cops fault for letting him go huh? donk.

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