Sky News Investigates: What footage tells us about Adam Toledo’s death

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13-year-old Adam Toledo was shot dead by Chicago police officer during a foot chase. Sky News has gone through footage released by officials to assess in detail what the videos can tell us about the moment the trigger was pulled.

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