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Craig Futterman

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Criag Futterman is a professor of law at the University of Chicago and the founder and director of the University’s Civil Rights and Police Accountability Project.

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The Obama Justice Department obtained court orders to reform police abuse in several local police departments, and was  investigating reports of abuse in Chicago .

Sessions dismissed DOJ investigation of Chicago PD

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