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A Closer Look (Children in Crisis) #949839

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 08, 2009
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) A closer look at gang violence in Chicago introduced.

(Chicago: Pierre Thomas) The law's dealing with the gang problem that provokes the cycle of violence in Chicago featured; scenes shown of a law enforcement dragnet aimed at dismantling gang leadership. [US Marshal Ed FARRELL†- says gangs operate through fear & violence.] [FBI agent Thomas TRAUTMAN†- talks about the gang's drug sales.] [Cook County office of intelligence Thomas KINSELLA†- says 95 percent of inmates are gang members.] [University of Chicago crime lab Jens LUDWIG†- comments on gangs.] [In shadow, gang MEMBER - cites the appeal of the gang lifestyle.]

Gibson, Charles;
Thomas, Pierre

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