Chicago Tribune reporter Jeremy Gorner on what happened the night police found Eddie Johnson slumped over the wheel

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FILE – In this Nov. 7, 2019 file photo, Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson speaks at a news conference in Chicago. An inspector general’s report concluded Thursday, July, 16, 2020, that Johnson drove a city vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and lied about the incident that led to his December firing. Johnson was found asleep behind the wheel of his police car in October after consuming “several large servings of rum” at a downtown restaurant with a member of his security detail, according to the Chicago Office of the Inspector General. (AP Photo/Teresa Crawford File)

Chicago Tribune Reporter Jeremy Gorner joins John Williams to describe what happened the night former CPD Superintendent Eddie Johnson was found asleep at the wheel by police, and why the jobs of those police are now in question. That’s just the most recent development of the story, back in the news this week.

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