Chicago shooting: America’s patriotic best and bloody worst

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Chicago police have arrested a man suspected of killing at least six people and seriously injuring more than 30 at an Independence Day parade.

President Biden had to abandon a planned July 4 speech, to address the shooting, saying “senseless gun violence that has yet again brought grief to an American community on this Independence Day.”

This report from Sky’s US Correspondent Mark Stone contains witness-captured video and audio of the shooting.

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