The New York Times documented every homicide last year in the South Bronx' 40th Precinct, a two-square-mile area. The 14 killings that occurred amid the area’s housing projects and rolling parks were among the most intransigent forms of urban violence at a time of low crime. They included a machete murder by a schizophrenic man, two domestic homicides, orchestrated hits on drug dealers, and bullets that killed a woman they weren't meant for. Police believe some . . .
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