Former Supt. McCarthy says he was the scapegoat in Laquan McDonald case

For the first time since he was fired, former Chicago Police superintendent Garry McCarthy has spoken out.

CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) - For the first time since he was fired, former Chicago Police superintendent Garry McCarthy has spoken out.

McCarthy was at Harvard University for a forum on failures in America’s justice system. He defended his record in Chicago and said a lot of his former officers feel he got a raw deal.

McCarthy didn't draw a direct link, but he pointed out that murders in Chicago have skyrocketed since he was fired.

 

MCCARTHY SPEAKS OUT: Former Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy spoke publicly today for the first time since his firing, and he had some interesting things to say about #Chicago. Apparently, he was the "fall guy" in the Laquan McDonald case. What do you think about his comments?

Posted by Fox 32 Chicago on Wednesday, March 9, 2016
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