Jury Awards $850K To Woman Beaten By Anthony Abbate
A federal jury has ruled against the city of Chicago and a former Chicago police officer, in a civil trial alleging a code of silence in the Chicago Police Department led to the brutal beating of a female bartender five years ago. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports the jury awarded Karolina Obrycka $850,000 in damages.
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