Monday, December 25, 2017

“In a year with 200-plus slayings, most St. Louis victims are black men in unsolved cases”

By Stl Today, Dec 22, 2017 

ST. LOUIS • Daikel Lamont Fletcher was the first to be slain in St. Louis this year, his body found in a backyard in the Jeff-Vander-Lou neighborhood, his car stolen.

Fletcher was gunned down on the fourth day of the new year. Nearly 12 months later, three women trying to escape attackers in a home invasion were shot dead in a car early Friday.
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1 comment:

  1. Merry Christmas Larry. Black people need help from men like you to help lift them from the cultural problem that drags them down. Political leaders, Civil leaders, and religious leaders with a BIG advertising budget should rally to this problem. Then launch a "Say YES to education" program with power, national reach and celebrity support. Base it on innovative delivery with a strong trade and career emphasis. All that is needed is a leader.


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