Superintendent Eddie Johnson on how to curb violence and stay safe this 4th of July

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Chicago Police Department Superintendent Eddie Johnson talks with Pete McMurray and Jane Monzures about the historically violent July 4th holiday in Chicago and what he and the rest of the department are doing to keep people safe.

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