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(Reuters) - The Waukegan, Illinois, police video of the shooting death of an unarmed Black teenaged motorist, who wanted to be a rapper, will be released to the public, the mayor said at a prayer vigil Sunday. FILE PHOTO: A view outside the Lake County Courthouse is seen following the Kenosha, Wisconsin shooting of protesters, in Waukegan, Illinois, U.S. August 26, 2020. REUTERS/Stephen Maturen/File Photo. The video’s release will add a measure of transparency to last week’s shooting, said the 19-year-old victim’s cousin Satrese Stallworth, one of the many speakers at the event in Waukegan on Sunday. “But what we really want it justice, and we want it now,” said Stallworth, spokeswoman... Full story

26 October