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AP Can’t Put a Finger on the Reason for the Spike in Shootings and Murders in the U.S.

FILE – In this Sept. 7, 2020 file photo, police work the scene where a 8-year-old girl was killed and two adults were shot when someone shot into a car in Chicago. In Detroit, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia and even smaller Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Milwaukee, 2020 has been deadly not only because of the pandemic, but because gun violence is spiking. (Armando L. Sanchez/Chicago Tribune via AP, File)

The following story on the spike in shootings and firearms-related murders from the Associated Press is 984 words long. Yet if you run a CTRL-F, you’ll find that nowhere in the story do the words “riot,” “jail,” “prison,” “bail” or “defund” appear. Apparently the AP’s Corey Williams didn’t find the fact that the country saw […]

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