(FOX NEWS) -- Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Thursday that her staff informed her in November 2019 about a botched police raid that happened nine months earlier – thus revising her office’s Tuesday claim that she hadn’t learned about the February 2019 raid until this week.
The mayor stood by her claim that she hadn’t viewed video of the raid until this week but said she had no recollection of the November 2019 briefing from her staff when she spoke at a news conference Wednesday, Chicago’s WBBM-TV reported.
City police officers used a battering ram to enter the home of social worker Anjanette Young with their guns drawn, not realizing that the felon they were seeking actually lived next door, reports said. The police error was compounded by the fact that Young was naked at the time, changing her clothes after returning from work.
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