Jason Van Dyke

Jason Lee Van Dyke allegedly used the Proud Boys street gang to keep watch on a man he wanted to kill, according to authorities in newly released documents.
After months of threats, slurs and lawsuits, the State Bar of Texas is disciplining Van Dyke.
Former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke was sentenced in January to 81 months in prison for the murder of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.
The extremist gang's leader is trying to bail, its members are in jail, and the FBI is on its tail.
A jury also convicted the cop of 16 counts of aggravated battery -- one for each time he shot the teenager.
The Chicago police officer was on the witness stand to tell his version of what happened the night he emptied his 9 mm into McDonald.
Jason Van Dyke has a long list of infractions. Now he faces charges for allegedly lying to police.
The city's inspector general had originally recommended 10 officers be fired.
COALITION FOR A NEW CHICAGO LIST OF CPD REFORMS 1. De-certification of bad police officers - Many bad police officers must