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COPA: Race not a factor in confrontation between Chicago cop and woman at North Avenue Beach

Chicago Sun-Times Breaking News
A police oversight agency found that a confrontation last year with a Black woman and a Chicago police officer at North Avenue Beach was not racially motivated, but still recommended that the officer be fired or suspended for excessive force.
The officer, Bruce Dyker, resigned last month before any formal disciplinary charges were handed down. He was later charged with aggravated battery and official misconduct. 
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Oversight agency finds no evidence race was a factor in confrontation between Chicago cop and woman at North Avenue Beach
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