Despite Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s Claims, The Chicago Police Department Isn’t Tracking Wrong Raids Like The One On Anjanette Young’s HomeMayor Lori Lightfoot claimed Tuesday that Chicago Police developed a system to track wrong raids, but in reality, policy loopholes continue to leave many unaccounted for and untracked.
What The CBS 2 Investigators Uncovered In 2020As we close out 2020 – a challenging year unlike anything we’ve seen before – we wanted to take a moment to focus on why what we do matters.
City Releases More Than 150 Pages Of Documents About Anjanette Young Raid; Emails Show Mayor Lightfoot Knew About Raid In 2019Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s office on Wednesday released several staff emails and other documents related to the city’s response to the botched police raid in which Anjanette Young was handcuffed naked in her home.
Mayor Lightfoot: 'I Feel A Lot Of Pain' For Anjanette Young, Woman Handcuffed Naked By Chicago PoliceFor 20 minutes, Mayor Lightfoot vowed people involved would be held accountable, a review of every search warrant will be conducted and, most importantly, she would do what is necessary to make amends to Anjanette Young.
‘You Have the Wrong Place:’ Body Camera Video Shows Moments Police Handcuff Innocent, Naked Woman During Wrong RaidFor the first time, police body camera video reveals what an innocent woman said happened to her nearly two years ago: police officers wrongly entered her home with guns drawn and handcuffed her naked as she watched in horror.
Anjanette Young, Handcuffed Naked In Her Home By Police, To Lori Lightfoot: 'I Believed In You As A Black Woman'Just days after a video showed Chicago Police invading her home, and handcuffing her while naked, Anjanette Young stood before the media with a direct message to Mayor Lightfoot: "I believed in you as a Black woman."
What Happened To Anjanette Young Isn't New; Here Are Some Of The Faces Of CPD Wrong RaidsCBS 2 reported on Anjanette Young's case before, but the video, and the city's failed legal attempt to stop the station from airing it on Monday, created a national backlash against the city and Mayor Lightfoot.
Lightfoot Sidesteps Questions About Why City Lawyers Tried to Keep Disturbing Body Camera Video SecretMayor Lori Lightfoot sidestepped questions Tuesday about why city lawyers tried to block a CBS 2 story from airing disturbing video that shows how police treated an innocent woman during a bad raid.
Towing Without Telling: City Accused Of Towing Vehicles Without Proper Warning, And Now Taxpayers Could Be On The Hook For MillionsThe CBS 2 Investigators were the first to expose how the city towed and destroyed a woman's van with her wheelchair lift inside. The city claimed it was abandoned because it hadn't moved in seven days, and now, the city is accused of failing to warn people properly in these kinds of cases.
Chicago Police Raids Rarely Turn Up Drugs. So Why Do Judges Keep Signing Off On Bad Search Warrants?
13-Year-Old Johnny Martin, Battling Cancer, Gets A Visit From 'Star Wars' Characters And A Special Announcement From Brad Edwards, Dave SaviniJedi aren’t just in a galaxy far, far away. Some are right here, like 13-year-old Johnny Martin.
City Wants Michael LaPorta, Shot And Permanently Disabled By CPD Officer Patrick Kelly, To Testify Against HimKelly claimed LaPorta had shot himself with the officer’s gun in a suicide attempt. It wasn’t until 2017 that the case was revisited and investigators found that Kelly had pulled the trigger and then lied about it for nine years.
Victims Await Justice After Cicero Kindergarten Teacher Accused Of Sexual Abuse Slipped Through Cracks For YearsA former kindergarten teacher is accused of sexually abusing students at school. His alleged victim is fighting for justice and sharing her story with CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini.
City Settles With Family In Wrong Police Raid Where Child's Birthday Cake Was Dropped On FloorYou may remember the stunning images – a child’s birthday cake got tossed on the floor during a Chicago Police raid. The problem is that it was the wrong home. .And now, taxpayers are on the hook for it all.
Family Sues Chicago Police After Raid Searching For Relative Who Hadn't Lived There In YearsChicago police are facing yet another federal lawsuit over allegations of a bad raid and misconduct by officers.