Chicago (CNN)A trove of documents detailing 101 open cases involving Chicago police was released Friday as part of an effort to heal the mistrust between a broken city and its residents. The evidence, which includes videos, audio recordings and police reports, had previously not been available to the public.
Number of cases in document dump
Number of cases that contain video evidence
Cases in which those in custody allege excessive force
'They're shooting at him! They're shooting at him!'
Why Chicago did this
DECEMBER 2015: A video of a cop shooting Laquan McDonald released 13 months after the incident, igniting protests. Later, documents revealed police gave an account of the shooting that didn't match the dashcam video.
JANUARY 2016: New details emerged about a detention facility where some were handcuffed to walls and abused.
APRIL 2016: A task force accused police of institutional racism. A legal fight is brewing about whether police misconduct records can be destroyed after five years.
MAY 2016: Documents showed less than 1% saw a lawyer after an arrest.
And shootings continued at a deadly record pace, leading many to fear the summer ahead.