The University of Chicago has placed two employees on administrative leave and started an investigation into the actions of a police officer who posed as a protester during a protest over the university hospital's policies on trauma care, The Chicago Tribune reported. Robert Zimmer, president of the university, said that that strategy of posing as a protester was "totally antithetical" to the university's values.
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