CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) - Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner is speaking out on the controversial Laquan McDonald shooting video for the first time.
Thursday, Governor Rauner told reports he cried when he saw the video. He says he cried for Laquan McDonald, and cried for the good police officers in the city of Chicago.
When asked what took the governor so long to speak out on the video he said, "he hadn't been asked."
Rauner said he questions why it took 13 months for officials to charge Officer Van Dyke with the murder.