Marchers protest deadly CPD shooting
November 27, 2006 (WLS) -- Extra police officers had to control a crowd marching through the streets on Chicago's South Side Monday night. Dozens of people marched near 63rd and Langley protesting a deadly shooting involving a Chicago police officer.
Some of the protestors were arrested.
On November 18, Michael Smith was shot and killed by Chicago police. Police say Smith tried to grab the officer's gun.
Some witnesses say the officer was not in uniform and didn't identify himself.
The initial police investigation said the officer followed proper procedure.
Smith's family is considering a lawsuit.
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