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Chicago Mayor Lightfoot ripped in IG report on botched raid that left innocent woman naked, cost city $2.9M

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Check out what's clicking on Mayor Lori Lightfoot, the city’s police department and the Civilian Office of Police Accountability each faced sharp criticism Friday in a report about a botched police raid, according to reports.The February 2019 raid forced an innocent woman to stand naked in front of a dozen male officers – and cost the city nearly $3 million in a legal settlement, the reports said. The report by the city's Office of the Inspector General said it uncovered several "unfounded statements" made by Lightfoot and others over the raid, in which Chicago police followed a bad tip to the wrong home in search of a suspect.Instead, they encountered Anjanette Young, an innocent woman who was changing her clothes to get ready for bed inside her apartment when police entered, the Chicago Sun-Times reported. (Getty Images)The IG report said Lightfoot’s statements lacked the "appropriate due diligence and fact-checking," and created an "incomplete and inaccurate depiction to the public and the media of the city’s prior discussions of the wrong raid," regardless of whether she may have forgotten she had been told about it. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPAnother investigation by a law firm that was ordered by Lightfoot also found city officials "did not live up to the public service mission" after the raid.Lightfoot’s office in a statement said in part: "OIG was and remains silent on its own role in handling Ms. Young’s case ...

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