Jason Van Dyke, Ex-Chicago Officer Who Killed Laquan McDonald, Released From Prison
A former Chicago police officer who was convicted in the shooting death of Black teenager Laquan McDonald was released from prison Thursday after serving less than half of his sentence.
Jason Van Dyke, Ex-Officer Who Killed Laquan McDonald, Is Set to Leave Prison
Ex-Chicago police Officer Jason Van Dyke was set leave prison on Thursday after being locked up less than four years, and in the city that witnessed the historic murder conviction of the first officer for an on-duty shooting in a half century, that release is seen as another chapter in a troubling history of race and policing.
Feds Were Investigating Jason Van Dyke in 2014. Why Didn't They Charge Him?
Former Chicago Police officer Jason Van Dyke is set to return from prison Thursday as protesters rally downtown to call for federal charges that could send him back behind bars.
Activists Voice Outrage Ahead of Jason Van Dyke's Release
Jason Van Dyke, the former Chicago police officer convicted of killing 17-year-old Laquan McDonald in 2014, is set to be released from prison Thursday, prompting activists to call for protests and a federal investigation. NBC 5’s Mary Ann Ahern reports.
Controversy Erupts Over Planned Van Dyke Release
With former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke set to be released from prison Jan. 3, activists are calling for protests across Chicago and are calling for federal authorities to take action. NBC 5’s Natalie Martinez report.