Prosecutor: No more charges in the Laquan McDonald shooting

CHICAGO – A special prosecutor has no plans to indict Chicago police officers who were present when a fellow officer fatally shot black teen Laquan McDonald, or took part in the research.

The Chicago Tribune reports that Patricia Brown Holmes told a judge during a hearing Tuesday that a special grand jury convened to investigate in October 2014, shoot by the Officer of Jason Van Dijk is ready with its investigation and has terminated.

The announcement means that the number of current and former officers charged in an alleged cover-up to protect the Dyke is on three: Van Dijk is a partner and a second officer on the scene and the lead detective in the investigation of the shooting.

Van Dijk is charged with first-degree murder.

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