CHICAGO (CBS) — Protesters packed a Wednesday night meeting of the Chicago Police Board at CPD Headquarters calling for the board to resign and for officers involved in the shootings of Laquan McDonald and Rekia Boyd to be fired.

WBBM’s Bob Roberts reports a series of speakers called for the resignation of the entire Police Board and while Officer Dante Servin will face a full hearing in the death of Rekia Boyd, a number called for Servin’s immediate termination.

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Some of the strongest language came from Dorothy Holmes. On Monday, State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez said she would not charge Detective George Hernandez in the death 14 months ago of Holmes’ son Ronald Johnson.

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“It ain’t over with yet,” she said. “They can keep covering it up and keep covering it up and I’m going to keep on fighting and I’m going to keep on fighting. If it’s up to me she needs a DOC suit on. And when she puts it on, she can take Rahm Emanuel with her. That apology he did today, he could have saved that for the birds.”

Police Board President Lori Lightfoot says the board is listening and wants community input on potential candidates for superintendents.

Close to a hundred protesters rallied outside police headquarters before Wednesday night’s meeting.

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The same message at that protest was heard during protests earlier in the day calling for Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez to resign.