Mayor Lori Lightfoot made a series of stunning admissions Thursday in the case of Anjanette Young, an innocent social worker who was handcuffed naked during a wrong raid of her home by Chicago Police. The mayor also proposed sweeping cultural changes within the department. This is "My Name Is Anjanette Young," a special presentation looking at a systemic problem within CPD, shoddy police work leading officers to bust down wrong door after wrong door, traumatizing families.

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