Bond set for military officer charged in teen’s death

A decider on Monday set a $1.5 million bond for a white Chicago military officer charged with murder after a unit car’s dashboard camera video showed him sharpened a black teen 16 times.

Officer Jason Van Dyke, who seemed in shackles, contingency post 10 percent of a sum amount. The military kinship boss pronounced after a conference that kinship members can assistance Van Dyke’s family accommodate a amount.

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Last week Van Dyke was denied bail and prosecutors had asked that statute to stand, though Van Dyke’s counsel Daniel Herbert pronounced his customer acted no moody risk. Herbert pronounced he did not know when Van Dyke competence post bond.

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There have been several days of protests in Chicago following a recover final Tuesday of a video, that showed Van Dyke gunning down 17-year-old Laquan McDonald in a center of a travel on Oct. 20, 2014 as he was walking divided from military who had confronted him. Van Dyke, 37, was charged with first-degree murder.

The box is among several high-profile killings of unarmed black group during a hands of especially white law coercion officials in U.S. cities over a past dual years, reigniting a inhabitant discuss on competition family and military strategy and infrequently heading to aroused demonstrations.

(Writing by Suzannah Gonzales; Editing by Bernadette Baum and Grant McCool)

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