Family of Chicago Teen Fatally Shot by Police Files Lawsuit

Paul O'Neal, 18, was killed as he exited unarmed from a stolen vehicle.
0:41 | 08/02/16

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In Chicago the family of an unarmed teenager fatally shot in the back by police has filed a civil rights suit Paul O'Neill was killed last week as he got out of what was believed to be a stolen car body camera worn by the officer who sparked the fatal shot did not capture the shooting for reasons that still aren't cleared the shooting. Is under investigation. And July was a particularly violent month in the windy city according to new stats there were 65 homicides and more than. 360. 360. Shooting incidents the total number of homicides in Chicago for the year so far is almost 400 compared with 494. All. The 2015.

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