Homicide Watch Chicago is dedicated to the proposition that murder is never a run-of-the-mill story. Attention must be paid to each one, not merely a select and particularly tragic few. We understand the reality of the public’s demand for news - that some stories get more attention than others. But all murders represent a degree of human suffering - direct and indirect - that cannot be ignored. Read more…
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We encourage readers to participate in all aspects of this site, including commenting and news gathering. Comments that contribute to the understanding of a crime, including biographical information about victims and suspects are particularly welcome. Information that could help solve a case is also encouraged, as are reports, commentaries and tips on court appearances, memorials, and other events related to the murder. Guest posts on how a murder or murders are impacting specific neighborhoods, schools, and more are welcome.
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