WTF!?: Chicago Police Hid 6,000 African Americans In Secret Facility Called ‘Homan Square’

A sign points to the Evidence and Recovered Property entrance, located around the corner, at the Chicago Police Department's Homan Square Property, 3340 W. Filmore St., on Friday, February 20, 2015. | Chandler West/For the Guardian

A sign points to the Evidence and Recovered Property entrance, located around the corner, at the Chicago Police Department's Homan Square Property, 3340 W. Filmore St., on Friday, February 20, 2015.  | Chandler West/For the Guardian
A sign points to the Evidence and Recovered Property entrance, located around the corner, at the Chicago Police Department’s Homan Square Property, 3340 W. Filmore St., on Friday, February 20, 2015. | Chandler West/For the Guardian

Prince Vega – According to RT, An updated report has found that more than 7,000 people have been detained, “disappeared,” or denied legal counsel and basic constitutional rights by the Chicago Police Department at an off-the-books interrogation facility known as Homan Square. Alexey Yaroshevsky looks at why people were taken to Homan Square and who prevented attorneys from working with detainees.

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