#LaquanMcdonald: Dash Cam Footage Challenges Police Account
The October police shooting death of Chicago teen Laquan McDonald has resulted in a passionate response from city activists seeking justice and elected officials hoping to ease tensions. However, dash cam footage from the Chicago Police Department appears to challenge the accounts made by officers surrounding the event.
New Photos Show Chicago Cops Deleting Laquan McDonald’s Murder In Burger King
Lawyers for the family of Laquan McDonald have been adamant that responding Chicago police officers deleted surveillance video footage from the nearby Burger King on the dreadful night of October 20, 2014 when he was gunned down by rogue cop, Jason Van Dyke.
Lawyer Says Cop Seen Erasing Laquan Mcdonald Burger King Video
Details in the Laquan Mcdonald shooting continue to come forth, and on Wednesday a Chicago lawyer made the most pointed comments about the case yet. Craig Futterman shared in a radio interview that surveillance video inside the Burger King near where Mcdonald was killed showed a cop erasing footage of the teen ahead of his death.
#LaquanMcDonald: Burger King Confirms Cops Erased Shooting Video
While the nation continues to process the video footage of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald being gunned down by Chicago Police officer Jason Van Dyke, new details related to the event are emerging. It appears that surveillance video that captured Mcdonald being shot was erased by the CPD according to a manager of a Burger King store.
Protesters Spill Into Streets Of Chicago Following Release Of Laquan McDonald Video
The entire city of Chicago is on edge with several officials and community leaders praying it doesn’t turn into another Ferguson situation.
White Chicago Cop Charged In Murder Of Laquan McDonald
Laquan McDonald should be alive today. However, the 17-year-old boy was shot and killed within Chicago‘s Southwest Side back in October of last year. Today, justice for the McDonald family has emerged as white veteran Chicago cop Jason Van Dyke was charged with first-degree murder.