Chicago Braces for More Looting After Chaotic Night

CHICAGO—Chicagoans steeled themselves for the possibility of more unrest after hundreds of looters responding to social-media calls descended on the city’s upscale Magnificent Mile and other shopping areas overnight following the police shooting of a man who officers said had fired on them first. The scene Monday in parts of Chicago was reminiscent of the…

CHICAGO—Chicagoans steeled themselves for the possibility of more unrest after hundreds of looters responding to social-media calls descended on the city’s upscale Magnificent Mile and other shopping areas overnight following the police shooting of a man who officers said had fired on them first.

The scene Monday in parts of Chicago was reminiscent of the days following the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd on May 25: broken windows at looted mom-and-pop shops and big retail chains alike, roads closed to traffic to…

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