Why Solving Urban Homicides Can Be So Difficult

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Two hours after a killing on a busy Washington, D.C., street on a holiday afternoon, only two signs of murder remained: a small puddle of blood slowly dissolving in the rain and homicide detective Tony Patterson. The Washington Post says the veteran investigator stood under an awning near the spot where the victim had been
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