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Chicago police sergeant alleges commander sent officers to the block his home sits on during last year’s unrest

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Sgt. Cassandra Williams, a 30-year department member and 18-year sergeant, told the Tribune that Jason Brown, then an acting commander, asked her on June 2, 2020, to take a team to his block after a neighbor saw someone who appeared to be videotaping or photographing his home, which they perceived as a safety threat. Months later, after she said Brown asked her whether officers were talking about the assignment and told her not to discuss it, Williams said she was given new, less desirable work duties.

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