Archivist Hargrove Has 27,000 More Homicides Than FBI

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Homicide archivist Thomas Hargrove now has the largest catalogue of killings in the country—751,785 murders carried out since 1976, about 27,000 more than appear in FBI files, reports The New Yorker. States are supposed to report murders to the Department of Justice, but some report inaccurately, or fail to report altogether, and Hargrove has sued some of these states to obtain their . . .

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