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  • Chicago’s gun violence up from a year ago, topping 1,000 victims earlier

    Chicago Tribune - 06/08/2015

    The numbers are startling. But not necessarily telling, said James Alan Fox, a criminologist from Northeastern University in Boston, who suggested that Chicago is in some ways the victim of its own success in reducing violence from its high-water mark a couple of decades ago.

    “Maybe (Chicago) just started to hit a low point with gun violence and now you’ve got sort of a bounce back,” he said.

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