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Chicago, Illinois / Gun Crisis / Gang Crime #1038219

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 02, 2013
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(New Orleans: Scott Pelley) The call from Jesse Jackson for President Obama to come to Chicago to confront the gun crisis reported; scenes shown of the march to the park where a teenager was shot this week.

(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The difficulty of solving gang war shootings in Chicago examined; details given about the code of silence and the police manpower shortage. [Son murdered, Pam BOSLEY - reacts to the crime and how nobody said anything.] [Chief of detectives Tom BYRNE - comments on the no-snitch code and the lack of evidence in murders.] [Police union's Daniel GORMAN - says we don't have enough cops to raise the clearance rate.]

Reporter(s):
Pelley, Scott;
Reynolds, Dean
Duration:
00:02:30

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