Aldermen Back $32.7M To Settle Two Police Misconduct Lawsuits
The city of Chicago is poised to make two of its biggest legal settlements ever. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports one of the cases involves a woman raped at knife-point after she was released from custody near a public housing project, despite not knowing where she was, and suffering from bipolar disorder.
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