Why Chicago didn't riot after Laquan McDonald video release by WBEZ published on 2015-11-25T22:44:49Z Chicago officials spent a lot of time handwringing leading up to the city’s release of a video showing a white cop killing a black teen. They held closed-door meetings with religious and community leaders on how to keep protests peaceful. Then came the video’s release Tuesday evening. When protesters marched downtown it didn’t resemble anything like a riot. WBEZ’s Natalie Moore looks into why. Genre "laquan mcdonald"