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The mother of David Koschman files a federal lawsuit over a violation of civil rights. Nanci Koschman cites a cover-up by police and prosecutors in the death of her son David in 2004. Last month, Richard "RJ" Vanecko, the nephew of former Mayor Richard M. Daley, plead guilty to involuntary manslaughter in connection with David's death. Carol Marin has the latest details. Watch the full news conference and read the lawsuit.

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Eddie Arruza and his panel of journalists discuss the coverage of the Richard Vanecko manslaughter case, and how different media outlets covered it in different ways. Watch the web extra video.

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Cook County Special Prosecutor Dan Webb's previously sealed 162-page report on David Koschman's death was released today. We have the latest on how law enforcement handled the investigation. Carol Marin joins us, along with fellow Chicago Sun-Times reporters Chris Fusco and Tim Novak. Read the full report.

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Special Prosecutor Dan Webb announced today that his special report on the death of David Koschman will be released tomorrow after a temporary seal was lifted. Carol Marin has the details.

Vanecko-Koschman Case

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We share what you had to say about Richard Vanecko pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter in connection with the death David Koschman in tonight's viewer feedback.

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Richard Vanecko, nephew of former Mayor Richard M. Daley, pleaded guilty today to involuntary manslaughter in connection with the death of 21-year-old David Koschman. Read an article.

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Special prosecutor Dan Webb announced that there will be no new indictments in the death investigation of 21-year-old David Koschman. Mayor Richard M. Daley's nephew, Richard Vanecko, was charged with involuntary manslaughter in Koschman's 2004 death. Carol Marin has the details. Watch a web extra video.

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The defense for Daley nephew Richard Vanecko is furious as the judge on the case steps aside, citing ties to former Mayor Daley. Our Carol Marin has the latest on this explosive case.

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Daley nephew R.J. Vanecko makes his first court appearance--and lands a judge with connections to the Chicago dynasty. Carol Marin has more.