Federal Agents Were Sent To Chicago To Tackle Gun Violence. Is It Working?

Chicago Police say shootings and murders in July nearly doubled from 2019

Chicago Shootings
This July 27, 2020 photo, Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown speaks at a news conference in Chicago. Homicides and shootings have surged in Chicago during the first seven months of the year. Teresa Crawford / AP Photo
Chicago Shootings
This July 27, 2020 photo, Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown speaks at a news conference in Chicago. Homicides and shootings have surged in Chicago during the first seven months of the year. Teresa Crawford / AP Photo

Federal Agents Were Sent To Chicago To Tackle Gun Violence. Is It Working?

Chicago Police say shootings and murders in July nearly doubled from 2019

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Chicago rapper FBG Duck was killed Tuesday in a drive-by shooting on Oak Street. This comes as federal agents partner with local law enforcement officials to help tackle gun violence. Reset talks with a police reporter for more on these stories.

GUEST: Jeremy Gorner, Chicago Tribune police reporter