Gun-controlled Chicago is fast-approaching 4,000 shooting victims year-to-date for 2016.
Gun-Controlled Chicago: Over 400 Shot Year-to-Date
- It is Valentine's Day in gun-controlled Chicago and there have been over 400 people shot in the city year-to-date.
The Chicago Tribune puts the precise number at 403. Moreover, the Tribune shows that there were more shooting victims in January 2017 than in January 2016, which means last's year carnage not only carried over into this year but increased.
There have already been 70 homicides in Chicago year-to-date. There were 54 in the first 30 days of 2017 alone.(Excerpt) Read more at: breitbart.com ...
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