Fraternal Order of Police President John Catanzara claimed decision made if ‘verdict doesn’t go positive’
By Stephen Sorace
The Chicago Police Department has canceled one regular day off this weekend for all full-duty officers to “enhance public safety,” a decision reportedly made to brace for possible upheaval ahead of a potential verdict in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse in Wisconsin.
“To enhance public safety and to address current crime patterns, all full-duty sworn members will have one regular day off canceled this upcoming weekend between November 12, 2021 through November 14, 2021,” the Chicago Police Department told Fox News in an emailed statement.
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