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Josh McGhee, Chicago Reporter

Chicago Police Arrested More People For Protesting Than For Looting In Early Days Of Unrest, Contradicting Original Claims

Just 20 percent of arrests during the first few days of protests over the killing of George Floyd were for looting-related crimes, new data shows, refuting earlier statements by CPD that looting accounted for the majority of arrests that weekend.


The Haunting of Simon’s Tavern: Owner Scott Martin Reveals the Full Story

The bar's patrons have reported feeling "a cold woman's spirit go through them."

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Cops Accused Of Domestic Violence Get 50 Percent More Excessive Force Complaints, Are Rarely Punished: Invisible Institute Data

Between 2000 and 2016, more than 6 percent of all officers were accused of physical domestic abuse, data shows.