Mayor Emanuel’s aide assaulted at vigil for victims of police shootings

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CHICAGO -- Mayor Emanuel’s deputy chief of staff was assaulted while attending a vigil for the victims of last weekend's police shootings.

Police say Vance Henry was punched, tackled and kicked by two men Sunday, on the block where the shootings occurred.

The men were critical of Henry for being at the vigil, instead of downtown doing something about what happened.

Alderman Jason Ervin witnessed the attack and pulled the men off Henry.

Henry suffered minor injuries and drove himself to the hospital.

No arrests have been made.

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