CHICAGO (AP) - The family of a man who died after being held in police custody in 2012 says Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's apology doesn't go far enough.
Emanuel spoke Wednesday before the City Council on the crisis facing police following the release of a video of Laquan McDonald's 2014 shooting at the hands of police. The city fought its release for months before making it public on Nov. 24.
Other videos have since been released including footage showing police officers using a stun gun and dragging Philip Coleman from a jail cell in 2012.
Coleman's family says in a statement that Emanuel's speech was "disingenuous" and the apology should have mentioned Philip Coleman.
The family has said Coleman was mentally ill and should have been taken to a hospital and not jail. He was taken into custody after allegedly attacking his mother. Officials say he died later at a hospital after a reaction to an anti-psychotic drug.