In wake of Englewood shooting, Chicago mayor says all police officers dealing with public need body cameras

In wake of Englewood shooting, Chicago mayor says all police officers dealing with public need body camerasCHICAGO – Mayor Lori Lightfoot said the city shouldn't be sending police officers out on the street without body-worn cameras but defended the department's account of a shooting in the Englewood neighborhood that allegedly touched off looting and civil unrest over the weekend. On a conference call with reporters Tuesday afternoon, Lightfoot acknowledged the Chicago police officer who shot …

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