Relatives seek justice after new Chicago police shootings

Janet Cooksey (2nd from L) leaves a press conference where she spoke about the deaths of her son Quintonio LeGrier, and Bettie Jones before the start of a vigil on December 27, 2015 in Chicago, IllinoisFriends and relatives of two African-Americans fatally shot by police in Chicago issued an emotional plea for justice Sunday, calling the incident the latest proof that the city’s officers are far too quick to use deadly force. Family members held a press conference following Saturday’s police shootings of Bettie Jones, 55, a mother of five, and Quintonio LeGrier, a 19-year-old engineering student.

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