Chicago Police Seek Firing Of 5 Officers In Laquan McDonald Shooting
The administrative charges filed Tuesday stem from the fatal shooting of teenager Laquan McDonald in 2014.By Lauren Stephenson | August 31, 2016
Five members of the Chicago Police Department could be terminated for allegedly lying about the fatal shooting of teenager Laquan McDonald.
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson filed administrative charges on Tuesday, 22 months after officer Jason Van Dyke shot the teen 16 times.
Van Dyke is one of the officers facing those administrative charges. He shot McDonald seconds after arriving on the scene.