Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson On How We Can Continue To Combat Gun Violence In Chicago

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FILE – In this April 5, 2017, file photo, Chicago Police Department Superintendent Eddie Johnson speaks during a news conference in Chicago. Chicago police, federal agents and prosecutors plan to announce Friday, June 30 they are launching a new initiative to stem the flow of illegal firearms in the city as part of efforts to curb rampant gun violence that President Donald Trump says is at “epidemic proportions.” (AP Photo/Teresa Crawford, File)

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Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson talks with Pete McMurray and Jane Monzures, in for Steve Cochran, to break down what the Chicago Police Department has been doing to combat violence in Chicago over the July 4th weekend, and gives the latest on ridding Chicago of illegal gun flow throughout the city.


Pete McMurray

Pete McMurray was number 6 out of 12 kids and  graduated from Bradley University in Peoria, IL. (Click for more.)
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