Change Comes to Chicago – Chicago PD (Episode Highlight)
– Hey. IAD is here to arrest you. I told them
they couldn’t come up. That I’d take you down. Save you the scene. – All right.
– No, no, no. This isn’t happening.
– Hell nah, bro. You don’t got to go down there. – Misconduct? – And obstruction. – Right.
– We’ll come down. – No. I appreciate that,
but I’d… kinda rather you didn’t. ♪ – Hold up. I’m gonna call your FOP lawyer
and Voight. Anything we can do,
you know we’re going to do. But I need you to listen to me. You’re gonna have to do more than keep your head down
in there. If they book you into general, if they try to deny you bail,
you… ♪ – I’ll be all right. [somber music] ♪ – Today… we have made history. Together
we have elected change. Change for our city,
our children, our communities,
our neighborhoods. For ourselves. Because of your hard work
and determination, today we have brought promise
back to Chicago. [applause] A promise of transparency, justice, and reform. A promise of order. A promise
that if you’re of moral heart, and work hard, that this city
will provide you with every opportunity
to succeed. Because today, Chicago, your voices have been heard. [cheers and applause]
[camera flashes] Today… we have brought change
to Chicago. Today is the start of a new beginning. [cheers and applause]
Thank you, thank you. Thank you. – That was mayor elect,
Brian Kelton, giving his acceptance speech
just a short time ago. ♪ – What the hell is going on?
– I don’t know. I just got the call. ♪ [ominous music] ♪