The head of the Chicago police union says the city is not ready to host two major summits that would bring both international leaders and protestors. Michael Shields, the president of the Chicago police union, said summits like the G-8 and NATO bring a "bunch of wild, anti-globalist anarchists."
Protestors notoriously clashed with police officers in Seattle and Pittsburgh at previous political summits and Shields says Chicago's police force doesn't have the manpower needed to deal with thousands of potential protestors.
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