Chicago Law Students Aid Victims of Decades-Old Police Torture

Two Chicago law schools have played key roles in obtaining justice for those tortured during the tenure of former Chicago police commander Jon Burge. Students and professors at Chicago-Kent College of Law and Loyola University Chicago School of Law have helped dozens of victims who were tortured into confessions by Burge's cabal of detectives—a group that became known as "The Midnight Crew."

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