A 2 mile trolley won’t fix this… I don’t expect Joe Edwards to be concerned about unsolved killings…<br><br>”In St. Louis, only 45 percent of the 1,677 homicides in St. Louis resulted in an arrest from 2007 to 2017, the analysis by The Washington Post found. The analysis identified seven zones in the city with a high concentration of homicides and low arrest rates — six of those zones are north of Delmar Boulevard. “<br><br>One would think this would be a concern of our new black circuit attorney considering most victims are black… Other than running as an advocate for black people, what has Kim Gardner done for black people?

A 2 mile trolley won't fix this... I don't expect Joe Edwards to be concerned about unsolved killings...

"In St. Louis, only 45 percent of the 1,677 homicides in St. Louis resulted in an arrest from 2007 to 2017, the analysis by The Washington Post found. The analysis identified seven zones in the city with a high concentration of homicides and low arrest rates — six of those zones are north of Delmar Boulevard. "

One would think this would be a concern of our new black circuit attorney considering most victims are black... Other than running as an advocate for black people, what has Kim Gardner done for black people?

Murder with impunity: Where killings go unsolved

The overall homicide arrest rate in the nation's 50 largest cities is 49 percent. It's 45 percent in St. Louis.
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