Supt. McCarthy Discusses Drop In Chicago Murder Rate
Murders decreased by more than two-thirds last month, compared to March 2012. With 69 murders so far, this year is tied for the lowest homicide rate in Chicago in more than half a century. Police Supt. Garry McCarthy discusses the factors involved in the drop in murders.
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