Chaos Ensues in Chicago
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As reported by the NYTimes, today, hundreds of people, spurred by a police shooting and by calls on social media to take action, converged on the Magnificent Mile, Chicago’s most famous shopping district. Demonstrators broke windows, looted stores, and clashed with the police. The root of the sudden outburst of chaos, as speculated by Superintendent David Brown of the Chicago Police Department, was a police shooting that took place on Sunday afternoon, where police officers and one Latrell Allen shot at one another in the city’s Englewood neighborhood.
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