CBS 2 Chicago Wins Peabody Award For [un]warranted: A Series That Exposed Chicago Police Pattern Of Raiding Homes Of Innocent FamiliesCBS Chicago won the prestigious Peabody Award for [un]warranted, an investigative project and documentary exposing an alarming pattern of Chicago Police officers raiding the wrong homes, traumatizing innocent families, and, in the process, violating citizens’ Fourth Amendment rights.
Sergeant Ordered Chicago Police Officers To 'Kill' Their Body Cams During Wrong RaidCBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini has uncovered some new disturbing findings. A team of officers went in with cameras rolling, but soon after they are all ordered to kill their cameras.
Wrong Raid Victims File Lawsuit: 'I Get Panic Attacks When I See Blue Lights'"They cannot even hear a knock at the door without being scared."
Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul Calls Wrong Raids By Chicago Police 'Disturbing' And 'Heartbreaking'The state's top prosecutor said Tuesday that he is alarmed by a pattern of Chicago police raiding the wrong homes.
Police Supt. Eddie Johnson Addresses Wrong Raids In Radio Interview: Fact-Checking His ClaimsChicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson has denied repeated requests to sit down with the CBS 2 Investigators about wrong raids by officers.
Family Sues Police For Raiding Wrong Home, Pointing Guns At Woman Holding A Baby; 'Police Terrorized Another Innocent'A Chicago family was set to file a lawsuit on Thursday, after saying police pointed guns at them upon wrongly raiding their home.
Innocent Woman: Chicago Police Handcuffed Me While I Was Naked During Wrong RaidUndressed and afraid, Anjanette Young said she grabbed the nearest jacket to cover herself while she ran to the door upon hearing slams. But the door just burst open, she said, and she saw guns, pointed by Chicago Police officers who were in the wrong home.
Family Files Lawsuit After Chicago Police Raid Wrong Home, Seeking Man Already In PrisonAnother family who said Chicago Police officers wrongly raided their home is suing the city.
Body Camera Video Shows Police Handcuffing 8-Year-Old Boy After Raiding Wrong HomeThe CBS 2 Investigators obtained body camera video Chicago police did not want released, showing an 8-year-old boy handcuffed after officers once again raided an innocent family’s home.
Two Wrong Raids By Chicago Police Result In Nearly $500,000 Bill For TaxpayersIn both cases, city attorneys conceded that officers had no legitimate reason to break into the victims’ homes.
Mayor Lightfoot Takes Action, Investigation Begins Following CBS 2 Probe Into Wrong Raids By PoliceOur CBS 2 Investigators are getting results – the Chicago Police Department is under investigation for officers obtaining bad search warrants and then raiding the homes of innocent families.