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you know I'm here to announce that the department of justice has opened an investigation into whether the Chicago police department had engaged in a pattern or practice of violation of the constitution or federal law , US Attorney General Loretta Lynch launching a new investigation into the Chicago police department Monday following protests over the handling of the look one McDonald case , Julia heart and covering the story for Reuters in Panama after the Illinois Attorney General called for an investigation by personal right condition of the justice department which I don't routinely are launching investigations into police department after enough allegations that they're acting and it's been a pattern or practice of constitutional rights violations by the officer McDonald a black teenager was shot sixteen times by white officer Jason vandyke in October of twenty fourteen , Chicago officials have come under fire for waiting over a year to prosecute the officer and released a video , the Chicago Tribune reporting that at least five officers in the months following the incident corroborated van dyke's account that McDonald lunged toward the officers were that night although the dashboard video showed him moving away from the patrol cars , then drank was charged last month with first degree murder and Monday afternoon another Chicago police video was released this one showing officer George Hernandez fatally shooting twenty five year old suspect Ronald Johnson in October of last year well Hernandez will not be charged he's not the only other video out there there's also a video showing the shooting that occurred tightening on again young park now shot and killed by police on and his video at all to the subject of any court case Chicago's chief of detectives resigned Monday following the Sunday resignation of the head of the civilian police review board