The next state's attorney to investigate police torture in Chicago will be the first.
by John Conroy | Jul 31, 2003
It grows. It shrinks. It leaps through locked doors. If you believe that, you won't mind if the state executes Madison Hobley.
by John Conroy | May 25, 2000
Torture by Electroshock: Could it happen in a Chicago police station? Did it happen at Area 2?
by John Conroy | Jan 25, 1990
1. The Ringleader: Jon Burge
by John Conroy | Jun 3, 2010
An archive of articles by John Conroy on police torture, Jon Burge, and related issues
by John Conroy | Oct 8, 2009
A cop killer who fought to expose torture in the Chicago Police Department has died, but his testimony from beyond the grave could still help bring down its perpetrators.
by John Conroy | Nov 29, 2007
The city's lawyers claim a gag order prevents them from discussing the strange deal they made to settle police torture lawsuits. There's no order.
by John Conroy | Sep 27, 2007
Since 2003 the city has paid some $7 million in legal fees to fight five police torture lawsuits it probably can't win. The latest turn in this saga involves a secret settlement agreement designed to protect Daley.
by John Conroy | Jul 5, 2007
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