Chicago’s 600 Killings Called a ‘Grim Milestone’

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Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson stood before a crowd of civic leaders and business people last week and touted a major decline in the number of shootings in Englewood, long one of the most violent parts of Chicago, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. “The crime reduction in Englewood is at a historic high,” Johnson said in an interview. “I don . . .

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