The Watch

News and Information for Chicago FOP members.

CBS Reporter Dave Savini’s Narrative Heads to Federal Court

But like so many arrests by Chicago Police, the case against Brown began a powerful transformation with the help of Chicago’s activist, fiercely anti-police media. And not just the media, for the case would also hint, yet again, at a shady connection between the media and the city’s civilian police oversight agencies.

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FOP To The Tribune: Enough

In an unprecedented move, the Executive Board of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 7 (FOP) voted unanimously Tuesday to cease cooperation with the Chicago Tribunebecause of a powerful anti-police agenda at the newspaper together with an unwillingness by certain Tribune staff members to objectively report vital criminal justice issues.


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A Tale Of Two Cities

In the backdrop of the Alstory Simon lawsuit, Madigan and Emanuel are transformed. Both of them presided over their public offices during the unfolding of the Porter scandal and several others, both remained silent about the corruption in the movement and allowed the City of Chicago to pay out hundreds of millions of dollars in settlements, settlements the FOP has argued they should not have made.

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Attorneys For Accused Detectives Attack Police Misconduct Claim In Vicious Rape Case

Attorneys for two “Burge” era detectives and the City of Chicago told a federal judge Friday that they would file a motion for summary judgment to dismiss a civil lawsuit by a man who claims he was wrongfully convicted of raping and burning a woman.

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