Drug Trade Fuels Surge in Witness Murders

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Henry Nunn of Indianapolis paid the ultimate price for testifying in court. Nunn, 63, was killed in his home after identifying one of the men who killed his neighbor in 2012. The neighbor had been a police informant in a drug investigation. Nunn’s death is an example of what Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry calls a “significant problem” confronting the criminal justice system in Indianapolis and other cities. The drug trade is fueling a surge in killings, and street . . .

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