Ponchita Moore stands on the Metra tracks with other protesters in the 7100 block of South Jeffrey Avenue after the release of videos showing the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Paul O’Neal by a Chicago police officer Friday, August 5, 2016, in Chicago. O’Neal was shot and killed by an officer during a car-jacking in July. Dash and body cam footage shows officers firing at the fleeing Jaguar police said was stolen while other officers appear to be in the line of fire. The videos then show officers chasing O’Neal on foot but do not show the fatal shot. The officer said he fired on O’Neal after he saw him reaching into his waistband. Reports said his body camera did not capture this part of the event. The Chicago Police Department and its procedures have been under investigation by the U.S. Justice Department since the release of a video showing a white officer shooting black teenager Laquan McDonald 16 times, sparking protests and an overhaul of street stop procedures. Some veteran officers claim cops are dispirited and have slowed down on proactive policing that can remove a gun or criminal from the street. All officers are now required to wear body cameras.