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U.S. attorney John Lausch said he will not prosecute Van Dyke, who was released from prison earlier this year after serving less than half his sentence.
Chicago cop now being charged with murder had 20 previous complaints filed against him. He was never penalized.
Van Dyke served about half of his sentence for killing the Black teen in 2014. A growing number of voices are calling for him to face federal charges.
Progressive activists and lawmakers are calling for the Senate to reject the disgraced former Chicago mayor's nomination as envoy to Japan.
The board found that officers exaggerated the threat 17-year-old Laquan McDonald posed to justify Jason Van Dyke shooting the black teen 16 times.
The artist opened up about his experiences for Vevo's "Why I Vote" series.