The WSJ thinks only one death in Chicago is important enough for their pages

Fritz Groszkruger <4selfgovernment@gmail.com>Fri, Apr 16, 11:24 PM (8 hours ago)
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Dear Editor,
It is truly a great tragedy that Adam Toledo was killed by a policeman in Chicago. I doubt that any of us could know the heartache of losing a son or mistakenly killing someone.
But what about the other 700 murders in the city so far this year. Ignoring those murders is one reason the country is in such a mess. We don’t have the information to get a clear picture of what is going on.
Fritz Groszkruger

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