Chicago Deputy Inspector General: ‘We could and should have anticipated protests and unrest’ last summer

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Workers begin to board up a display window at the Louis Vuitton store Monday, Aug. 10, 2020, after overnight vandals hit many high-end stores in Chicago. Chicago’s police commissioner says more than 100 people were arrested following a night of looting and unrest that left several officers injured and caused damage in the city’s upscale Magnificent Mile shopping district and other parts of the city. (AP Photo/Teresa Crawford)

Chicago Deputy Inspector General for Public Safety Deborah Witzburg joins John Williams to break down what was found in the city’s handling of last summer’s riots and looting.

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