Demonstrators protest the fatal police shooting of Paul O'Neal on August 5, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. Joshua Lott/Getty Images/AFP
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Protesters are planning to gather Saturday for a rally and march that's expected to focus on last month's Chicago police shooting that killed Paul O'Neal, a black 18-year-old.Nine videos released Friday showed Chicago police firing repeatedly at a stolen car as it careens down the street away from them. The rally and march was originally slated to start at the Chicago park where 50 years ago Martin Luther King Jr. called for fair housing, but organizers of a festival related to a newly unveiled King memorial in Marquette Park asked that the demonstrators move their rally.The McDonald video sparked protests and led to the ouster of the former police superintendent.
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