CHICAGO (AP) — Attorneys say former Chicago Mayor Richard Daley has agreed to answer questions under oath about allegations he was part of a conspiracy to cover up police torture.Flint Taylor is a lawyer for a former inmate who is suing the city over the allegations. Taylor says the city agreed during a federal hearing Tuesday to make Daley available. No date has been set.Daley's office did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment.Daley is named in a civil suit filed by Michael Tillman who claims Chicago police waterboarded him with soda decades ago to make him confess to a crime he didn't commit. Tillman served nearly 24 years in prison before his rape and murder conviction was vacated in 2010.

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