Fired Chicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy - sees ‘crisis’ in Chicago’s colored murder rate
Former Chicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy tells “60 Minutes” he sees a “huge problem” in the way the city is handling its skyrocketing murder rate.
“When people are dying, yes, there’s crisis,” McCarthy says in an interview with the CBS news program. “No two ways about it.”
“60 Minutes” correspondent Bill Whitaker traveled to Chicago to report on the alarming number of murders in the past year. In the six days “60 Minutes” worked in Chicago, 55 people were shot and 16 were killed, according to a network release.