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In 2012, a Chicago police officer fatally shot an unarmed boy. The shooting was ruled unjustified and there were attempts to fire the officer. But a powerful civilian board ordered him back to work.

Chicago Police Board Decisions Are Often At Odds With Department Firings

By Miles Bryan NPR
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