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Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx issued a statement today addressing the criminal history of the 18-year-old suspected of killing Officer Andres Vasquez-Lasso on Wednesday as the five-year veteran of the department responded to a domestic incident. Sources have confirmed the suspect’s name to the Tribune, but the paper is not naming him because he has not been charged.
And nearly a year after being sentenced to five months in jail, only to be released on bond days later, actor Jussie Smollett has filed his long-awaited appeal claiming his indictment by a special prosecutor was invalid due to double-jeopardy concerns and that the trial judge was biased against him.
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