CRIME: Pointing Without Pride

Looking back on Chicago's more than 5,000 murders in the past 18 years, the city's Crime Commission last week reported that:

> Killings averaged more than one a day for the first ten years, but had declined to fewer than one every two days.

> Only one of every eight was a gangster slaying.

> "The number of gang murders solved is negligible."


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