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Guns drawn, smashed cake: Lawsuit claims Chicago police raided wrong home during 4th birthday party

CHICAGO - Chicago police turned a boy's fourth birthday party into a traumatic memory of guns drawn, presents destroyed and parents handcuffed after officers raided the wrong home in the South Side Gresham neighborhood last month, a federal lawsuit claims.

The boy's mother, Stephanie Bures, said that more than a dozen officers

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