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Former CPD Supt. Eddie Johnson is on the city's do-not-hire list

Former Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson and former Law Department spokesman Bill McCaffrey
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Former Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson and former Law Department spokesman Bill McCaffrey were both fired by Mayor Lori Lightfoot in December.
Now they have something else in common: Both have been added to the city’s do-not-hire list. Fran Spielman has the story…

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