Jason Van Dyke Attorney Dan Herbert: “I really don’t think it’s true” that police thought the Laquan McDonald video would never be seen

Former Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke, right, confers with his attorney Dan Herbert as they attend a hearing in front of Judge Vincent Gaughan at the Leighton Criminal Courts Building Thursday, March 23, 2017 in Chicago. A grand jury has added 16 counts of aggravated battery with a firearm to the first-degree murder charges against Van Dyke, accused in the 2014 fatal shooting of a black 17-year-old. (Nancy Stone/Chicago Tribune via AP, Pool)

Jason Van Dyke Attorney Dan Herbert joins John Williams to share the state of the Van Dyke family following the police officer’s resignation and discontinued pension. And, he explains whom he believes to be the responsible party in the cover-up of the Laquan McDonald tape.

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