Richmond Leaders Worry About Increase In Murders

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Richmond, Va., once was hailed as an anti-crime success story by groups praising its tough stance against gun crimes. Now, the city is worried about last year’s 94 homicide victims, up 13 percent from 2002. The Richmond Times-Dispatch says that 16 of the year’s victims were teenagers, and one was a 5-month-old boy. The suspects
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