Son of Chicago Cop, Hope for a City, Now Lost

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John Kass, Chicago Tribune
Rahm Emanuel hides his emotion most days, hides it behind that bark he’s had to develop to survive a brutal life of politics.But he couldn’t hide it Thursday, and neither could hundreds of others mourning at the funeral of 19-year-old Arshell “Trey” Dennis III.Trey, the son of a Chicago police officer, was recently gunned down on a porch while visiting a friend.



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