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    Remembering Chicago’s victims

    Remembering Chicago’s victims

    A mass murder like Aurora, Colorado, naturally grabs the headlines and attention, as it should.  A presidential recognition of the murders is appropriate.

    Yet more than twice as many people have been murdered this month in the president’s hometown of Chicago than were killed in the Aurora shooting.  They are just statistics for whom there will be no presidential visits or flags flown at half staff.

    Many of their deaths were very up close and personal:

    Twenty-eight stabbing deaths have been logged this year compared to 27 of these deaths last year, RedEye determined. Stabbings have accounted for about 10 percent of homicides so far this year, compared to about 6 percent last year, RedEye data shows.



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    Add to Chicago the small town of East St Louis IL. Once a thriving city of close to 100,000 people it has now dwindled to 30,000. Murder rate of 19 per 100,000. Highest in US the article said. National average is 5 per 100,000 according to news item.

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