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The Chicago system should 'throw the book' at actor Jussie Smollett, according to the TheIPA's GideonCRozner.

The Chicago system should "throw the book" at actor Jussie Smollett, according to the Institute of Public Affairs' Gideon Rozner. Mr Smollett has been charged for a six-count felony indictment accusing him of staging a phoney hate crime.

The actor claimed he was walking home in January 2019 when masked men approached him, made racist and homophobic remarks, beat him and looped a noose around his neck before fleeing. He also claimed one of the assailants told him he was in "MAGA country" - a reference to Donald Trump's campaign slogan "Make America Great Again". Mr Rozner told Sky News Smollett's conduct is "deeply hypocritical".

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