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Saturday, 29 May 2010

Gang-related feuds driving murder rate higher in Minneapolis | ScrippsNews


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Gang-related feuds driving murder rate higher in Minneapolis | ScrippsNews: "Derrick Martin became more than the latest Minneapolis homicide victim.His killing May 24 was a chilling chapter in what police and other sources say has become a dangerous feud among gangs, one that has caused an uptick in the city's murder rate after several years of decline.It also has everyone from beat cops to pastors to the mayor fearful of what lies ahead this summer if the feud escalates. Some of them say the volatile new gangs are less organized and harder to control than gangs of a decade ago.'They don't want to listen to anybody,' said Bishop Richard Howell of Shiloh Temple International Ministries, a North Side church that has worked with troubled youth. 'They just want to retaliate.'"


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