Seattle Shooting Increase Blamed on Gang Disputes

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Seattle has seen an uptick in shootings through mid-May, driven in part by personal disputes between gang members that trigger a cycle of violence, says Lt. Marc Garth Green, who oversees the gang unit, reports the Seattle Times. There have been 35 people shot during that period with three fatalities, compared to 27 with five fatalities at this point last . . .

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