A prosecutor once told me of D.C.'s Moultrie Courthouse, "there's a Pulitzer to be won in these halls every day."
I believe him.
The cases he was referring to were not the high-profile slayings that splash on the front pages of our local press from time to time. Instead he was talking about the other hundred-odd murders that take lives in D.C. every year. The deaths that are not newsworthy because the victim was . . .
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