2 Investigators: Family Of Philip Coleman Wants Culture Change In Chicago Police DepartmentIt's not the money the family of Philip Coleman wanted. What they wanted is a change in the behavior of police officers and they want the ones involved in his death to be prosecuted.
City Council Approves Settlement For Family Of Philip ColemanAnother multi-million-dollar payout for police misconduct approved by city council today, this time for the 2012 death of Philip Coleman.
City Council Finance Committee Approves Settlement To Family Of Man Dragged From His Cell The Chicago City Council’s Finance Committee has approved a $4.9 million settlement for the family of a man who died after being seen on videotape being dragged from his cell after being repeatedly shocked with a stun gun, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Family Of Man Dragged From His Cell Reportedly To Get $4.9 MillionThe family of Philip Coleman – the police detainee who died in 2012 after being hit with a Taser gun several times — has reached a $4.9 million settlement with the city of Chicago.
Family Of Police Detainee Who Died In 2012 Reaches Settlement With City Of ChicagoPhilip Coleman’s death has been the subject of previous 2 Investigations.
2 Investigators: Cop In Jail Video Had Prior RecordCBS 2's Dave Savini tries to talk with some of the police officials who were there when Philip Coleman was stunned repeatedly and dragged in a lockup.
Protesters Not Swayed By Emanuel's Apology; 'We’re Not Just Going To Go Away'Protesters who have been calling for Mayor Rahm Emanuel to resign ever since video of the fatal police shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald was made public were not moved by the mayor’s apology Wednesday in a speech to the City Council.
Emanuel To Discuss Police Misconduct In Speech To City CouncilIn a rare speech before the City Council on Wednesday, Mayor Rahm Emanuel was expected to go into more detail about his plans to rebuild public trust in a Police Department under intense scrutiny for its use of force and other alleged misconduct.
Chicago Reopens Probe Into Cops' Use Of Taser In Jail CellInitially cleared, officers are now back under investigation.
Chicago Police Superintendent: Treatment Of Detainee Who Died In 2012 Is Under InvestigationPolice claimed Philip Coleman was acting combative behind bars before they used a TASER. CBS 2's Dave Savini reports.