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NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 09, 2015
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Now devotes big protests in Chicago thousands flooding downtown streets today blocking traffic. Some scuffling with police demanding Mayor Rahm Emanuel must go. Fresh fallout over a police video showing an officer shooting a teenager 16 times. A deadly incident that has already led to the firing of Chicago's top cop at a federal investigation into the police department itself. NBC s Kevin Tibbles is in the middle of it all. Demonstrators took to Chicago's streets again today calling for the oust...
Reporter(s):
Kevin Tibbles
Duration:
00:02:09

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