Supt. Eddie Johnson: ‘Sometimes, every step forward we take, we take a couple steps backward’

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Chicago Police Department Superintendent Eddie Johnson (C) speaks during a press conference in Chicago on September 21, 2016. Johnson announced that Chicago is to hire 970 sworn police officers to help it combat a murder epidemic that has claimed over 500 lives so far this year, the highest homicide rate of any major US city. / AFP / Nova SAFO (Photo credit should read NOVA SAFO/AFP/Getty Images)

Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson joins Roe Conn and Anna Davlantes to talk about the fatal shooting of a 25-year-old black man by off-duty police during a traffic dispute in Mount Greenwood Saturday that has Far Southwest Side neighborhood on edge.

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