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  • A Handful of States Fueled a National Increase in Domestic Violence Shooting Deaths as COVID-19 Spread

    PBS - 06/02/2021

    A 2017 Centers for Disease Control study found that nearly half of female homicide victims were killed by a current or former male partner. Overall, 23.% of all American killings from 2010 to 2019 were domestic homicides, more than half of which involved shootings, according to CDC statistics and data compiled by Northeastern University criminologist James Fox.

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