“Unsettling Norm”: Lethal Response To Affronts

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Two Chicago teens were buried this week; both were killed over a meaningless insult, reports the Chicago Tribune. The paper says “experts say the deaths show the extent to which lethal force has come to be viewed as an appropriate response to minor affronts, a new and unsettling norm fueled by anger, economic inequity and
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