City, bartender petition court to set aside 'code of silence' verdict
Mayor Rahm Emanuel's administration asked a federal judge Monday to set aside a jury verdict in the infamous videotaped beating of a female bartender by an off-duty Chicago police officer - essentially agreeing to pay the woman $850,000 now in return for erasing the jury's finding that a police "code of silence" protected the cop.
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#1 Dec 4, 2012
Sorry, Rahm; can't unring a bell.
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