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The Feds’ Grand Plan to Fix Chicago’s Gun Problem Is Not Going Well

This story originally appeared on ProPublica and was co-published with WBEZ Chicago’s “Every Other Hour” series and the Chicago Sun-Times. John Thomas set up the deal the way he had arranged nearly two dozen others. A friend said he wanted to buy as many guns as he could, so Thomas got in touch with someone he knew who had […]
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