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New Emails Reveal More Damning Details About Laquan McDonald’s Death - Yahoo News

8.1.16

New Emails Reveal More Damning Details About Laquan McDonald’s Death - Yahoo News: One email from McDonald estate attorney Michael Robbins seems to suggest that Emanuel's office only offered the multimillion-dollar settlement in exchange for the family's promise to keep the video from public view.

"The provision as drafted, that we maintain the confidentiality, of the materials — principally the dash cam video —until the criminal charges are concluded, which could be in effect for years, is entirely unreasonable," Robbins wrote to Thomas Platt, one of the City of Chicago's lawyers, on April 6, according to the Daily Beast. "Nor was any such broad-sweeping confidentiality provision discussed during our meetings."


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