Probe finds Chicago mayor didn’t conceal info about botched raid of naked woman’s home, but ‘failed to recognize the seriousness’

(CNN)Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot did not purposefully conceal any information about a botched raid in 2019 at a social worker’s home as the woman stood naked and handcuffed in her living room as officers searched her residence with guns drawn, according to the findings of an independent probe released on Thursday.

Retired Judge Ann Claire Williams, a former federal prosecutor, and attorneys with the Jones Day law firm were hired by Lightfoot last year to conduct an independent investigation into the city’s response to the execution of the search warrant at the home of Anjanette Young on February 21, 2019.
“Our review did not reveal any evidence suggesting that the mayor or any current or former City employee took action with malicious intent to add to Ms. Young’s mistreatment or to otherwise harm her in connection with the city’s response to the search of her home,” the report concluded.



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