Community leaders rally against Chicago police brutality

About 150 people gathered for a rally Saturday outside the Chicago Police Headquarters at 35th Street and Michigan Avenue.

Faith and community leaders say they want Chicago police and Mayor Rahm Emanuel held accountable for police brutality in the city.

About 150 people gathered for a rally Saturday outside the Chicago Police Headquarters at 35th Street and Michigan Avenue, where they set up a simulated crime scene.

They want Mayor Emanuel to establish an "independent police auditor office."

The same group plans a vigil Monday afternoon outside the mayor's office.
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