Chicago police travel to Springfield for parole hearing

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Chicago police are in Springfield today to attend the parole hearing of a man convicted of killing a police officer 45 years ago.

A group of Chicago police officers boarded a bus outside police headquarters early today.

The officers oppose parole for prison inmate Clifton Hill.

Hill was convicted of killing Patrolman Charles Pollard, who was shot to death behind an apartment building near 21st and Pulaski in December, 1967.


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