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Grim milestone: Chicago hits 500 homicides

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By Michelle Malkin  •  December 28, 2012 07:31 AM

Here’s your gun control failure of the year. Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Bradys were unavailable for comment:

Chicago has hit a dismal milestone. A late night shooting has marked the city’s 500th homicide for the year.

40-year-old Nathaniel Jackson was shot on the city’s West Side around 9 p.m Thursday. He was pronounced dead shortly after midnight. The victim’s family has confirmed his identity.

Chicago Police say Jackson was shot in the head while standing outside a convenience store at Augusta Boulevard and Lavergne Avenue in the Austin Neighborhood.

…2008 was the last time Chicago reached 500 homicides.

Via WGN-Chicago.

Related: Here’s my Fox segment with Sean Hannity last night on Cuomo, Feinstein, and the latest gun confiscation schemes that anti-Second Amendment zealots keep telling us don’t exist:

Update (DP): Jesse Jackson tries to defend Chicago’s gun ban after the 500th homicide of the year, fails miserably.

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