New warrant rules after botched Chicago raid

Chicago's mayor is proposing to change the way police serve search warrants, seeking to regain public trust after police stormed into the wrong home and forced a woman to stand naked in handcuffs for several minutes. (March 3)

Video Transcript

LORI LIGHTFOOT: We all now know and saw a police raid at the home of Ms. Anjanette Young, whose personal dignity was abused and violated when a search warrant was executed at her home, which happened to be the exact wrong address.

In CPD, no-knock warrants are extraordinarily rare. But what this new policy does is formalizes the exacting standards under which no-knock warrants will be permitted and making sure, in fact, that they are very rare circumstances and only used-- only used when there is clear evidence of danger to someone's life or safety.

- [CRYING]

And tell me, now!