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Cook County Jail inmates applaud for suspect in Chicago cop's killing

CHICAGO - Cook County Jail officials said they planned to take action after several inmates clapped as the suspected killer of Cmdr. Paul Bauer was escorted from his first court hearing on Thursday.

Jail officials said

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