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Illinois AG, Special Prosecutor Want the Illinois Supreme Court To Re-Sentence Van Dyke

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Illinois AG, Special Prosecutor Want the Illinois Supreme Court To Re-Sentence Van Dyke

Illinois AG, Special Prosecutor Want the Illinois Supreme Court To Re-Sentence Van Dyke

CBS 2's Jim WIlliams reports on what the state's attorney general and the special prosecutor in the Jason Van Dyke case are asking the Illinois Supreme Court for the opportunity to re-sentence ex-CPD officer Jason Van Dyke.

Activists say he received a very lenient sentence for the second degree murder conviction of Laquan McDonald.

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