Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson, described as “furious” by a source, said he believed “the city is still owed an apology” by Smollett.
Dashboard footage, police reports and notes, GPS data and other video was missing, lawyers for the dead man’s family said.
R. Kelly can find concert venues abroad even as U.S. venues canceled bookings after the “Surviving R. Kelly” documentary aired, his lawyer said.
“I do apologize for the airport… for causing problems,” Marilyn Hartman said before Judge Peggy Chiampas handed down the sentence.
Attorney General Kwame Raoul and Special Prosecutor Joseph McMahon asked the court in February for a new sentencing hearing for Van Dyke.
Individual Cook County judges have authority to set rules for the coverage in their courtroom, if media outlets request access.
“Empire” actor Jussie Smollett has been indicted on 16 charges related to the reported attack Jan. 29.
Kim Foxx called CPD Supt. Eddie Johnson after she was contacted by former Michelle Obama staffer Tina Tchen, who knows the actor’s relative.
Judge LeRoy K. Martin Jr. on Tuesday said he will allow one still camera and one video camera at Thursday’s hearing.
A person who asked to remain anonymous turned in a check Saturday morning to the Cook County clerk’s office covering the full $161,663 owed by Kelly.
Jussie Smollett is expected be arraigned on the new felony counts at the Leighton Criminal Courthouse on Thursday.
No alleged leakers have been identified so far, and no Chicago Police officers or staff have been disciplined for releasing info about the case.
R. Kelly will remain in custody at Cook County Jail until he pays the $161,663 he owes to his ex-wife, according to the Cook County Sheriff’s Office.