Alex Kotlowitz
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News Desk
Solving Chicago’s Murders Could Prevent More
The inability of the police to solve crimes, has hardened what many African-Americans already believed: that justice is hard to come by.
By Alex KotlowitzSeptember 20, 2016
News Desk
Before Laquan McDonald, a Chicago Police Shooting with No Video
For Dana Cross, whose nineteen-year-old son was killed by police in 2011, the shooting of Laquan McDonald is sadly familiar.
By Alex KotlowitzDecember 1, 2015
Annals of CrimeJuly 8, 2002 Issue
The Trenchcoat Robbers
By Alex KotlowitzJune 30, 2002
Annals of JournalismSeptember 25, 2000 Issue
I Got the Sheriff
By Alex KotlowitzSeptember 17, 2000
CommentJanuary 17, 2000 Issue
The execution of youth.
By Alex KotlowitzJanuary 9, 2000
A Reporter at LargeFebruary 8, 1999 Issue
The Unprotected
By Alex KotlowitzJanuary 31, 1999
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