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Videos of Chicago Police Shootings Sought By LISA KLEIN


Courthouse News Service: Oppenheimer, who is representing the estate of Johnson in a federal lawsuit, says while it is unusual for a lawyer to file a FOIA request, his firm believes "it's important for people to see" the video.
The attorney says he has seen the video but cannot comment on it due to a protective order issued by the judge for the trial.
Smith's complaint says the CPD "always intended to deny the request for video but took repeated extensions to delay so it could better manage negative press attention and avoid embarrassment."

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