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'Shoot to Kill': A Baltimore Sun investigation

A new Baltimore Sun investigation, "Shoot to Kill," takes a hard look at rising homicide rates there. For the five-part series, reporter Justin George interviewed police chiefs, victims of gun violence and shooters and examined hundreds of crime and hospital records.  In Baltimore, where they see nearly 1,000 shootings a year, medical professionals have noted both an increase in fatal gunshot wounds and low survival rates.
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