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Kathleen Horan, WNYC criminal justice reporter, talks about her series profiling every child killed by gunfire in NYC, and what the victims who have died in the past year had in common.
iifg, you can stop at parents please!!! Thank you.
where are the parents? al sharpton? jesse jackson? jay z? the hip hop community? sports figures? colin powell?
if you live by the gun, you die by the gun remember?
First of all you are just believing with Kelly tells you! I am very suspicious of an administration that wants to look good on its way out and not only because it's on its way out but even over the years they tend to spin the interpretation of the numbers and want to look like their policies work.
Kamani Gray - really? Didn't he get shot by the cops, for "having a gun"?
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