Dorothy Holmes (L), the mother of Chicago police shooting victim Ronald Johnson, listens as activist William Calloway (R) speaks after he and freelance journalist Brandon Smith filed a Freedom of Information Act Request for release of the October 2104 police dash camera video of the shooting, at Chicago City Hall in Chicago, Illinois, USA, 25 November 2015. City officials on 24 November 2015 complied with a judge's order and released the dash camera video showing Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke firing 16 bullets into 17 year old Laquan McDonald on 20 October 2014, sparking community outrage and protests. Van Dyke has been charged with first degree murder in the case and is being held without bond.
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