(CBS) — Reverend Jesse Jackson plans to lead yet another protest of the city’s handling of the Laquan McDonald case Sunday on State Street in the Loop, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.

The point of the protest, says Jackson, is the cover-up. There are written reports from officers at the scene when Jason Van Dyke shot Laquan McDonald 16 times that don’t fit the dashcam video.

“The concealing of information that the public and their families deserve to know and attempt to pay money as a substitute for justice,” Jackson said. “If justice is for sale, we’re really all in quite a perilous predicament.”

Jackson says the other officers at the McDonald scene should be fired and should face criminal charges. As for the mayor’s insistence that he was following standard procedure withholding the tape and that it wasn’t about the re-election, he says, “Unfortunately, it was standard procedure. It was a bad standard.”

Jackson wants a Justice Department investigation but he says he is not joining those calling for the mayor to resign. Let the process play out, he says.

The march is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. at State and Van Buren and a rally will be held outside the Thompson Center after the march.