(Chicago Tribune) — Attorneys representing a man who says he was tortured as part of an alleged police brutality conspiracy under former Chicago police Cmdr. Jon Burge on Tuesday continued to press the city to make formerMayor Richard Daley available to answer questions about what he knew about the widespread scandal. The pressure to question Daley under oath came after the rare decision by a federal judge that Daley could remain a defendant on the case brought against him and several others by Michael Tillman, who says he was tortured into a confession and then served nearly 24 years in prison before charges against him were vacated. Several lawsuits have stemmed from the abuse scandal that unfolded under Burge, and Daley has been sued before, only to be dropped from the suits later.
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