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Thursday, October 7, 2004

 

No one shot, murdered in Chicago Monday

`For the first time since 1999, serious crime took a holiday Monday in Chicago.

Police Superintendent Phil Cline says none of the city’s nearly three (m) million citizens got shot. And nobody was murdered.

Cline says he was amazed to wake up yesterday and find no news of any overnight shootings or killings.’




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