Protesters demand Chicago release video from another police involved shooting

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CHICAGO -- The activist and journalist who forced the city of Chicago to release police videos in the shooting of Laquan McDonald have filed a new lawsuit.

This case involves the deadly police shooting of Alfontish "Nunu" Cockerham last June.

He was shot near a Pay Day loan store in the South Shore neighborhood.

Officers say it was self defense but relatives questioned the police version of events.

The shooting was recorded by a surveillance camera.

William Calloway and Brandon Smith joined a group of protesters outside the loan story today.

They are demanding the city release the video.