CHICAGO (CBS) — There is growing support for Anjanette Young, who was the target of a botched Chicago Police raid.
On Saturday, hundreds of people representing Black sororities and fraternities held a caravan as part of their push for police reform. They drove their cars past Chicago Public Safety Headquarters at 3510 S. Michigan Ave.READ MORE: As Jury Deliberates In R. Kelly Sex Trafficking Case, What Impact Will Verdict Have On His Future Trials In Chicago?
Some honked their horns and displayed signs calling for an end to no-knock raids.
A CBS 2 Investigation uncovered Young’s case last month, nearly two years after officers wrongly raided her home.READ MORE: Cook County Circuit Court Website Back Online, After Weeks-Long Outage Caused By Breach
Young has handcuffed naked and terrified during the raid. Police were looking for a different person.
The Young case has gained national attention and even sparked calls for a congressional hearing on police misconduct.MORE NEWS: Chicago Weather: Cold Front Passes Soon
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