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Judge to sentence Chicago cop Jason Van Dyke for murder of Laquan McDonald

USATODAY.com Friday, 18 January 2019
Prosecutors have asked the judge to sentence Van Dyke to at least 18 years in prison. His defense attorney has asked that he be released on probation.
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News video: Chicago Police Prepare For Jason Van Dyke Sentencing Hearing

▶ Chicago Police Prepare For Jason Van Dyke Sentencing Hearing 01:57

 Chicago police are monitoring social media to see where protests could spring up as they prepare for the sentencing hearing in the case of former police officer Jason Van Dyke and the shooting death of Laquan McDonald. 

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