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Saturday, September 30, 2023

Philadelphia Crime Wave: 750+ Fatal Shootings Since Memorial Day




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Philadelphia is grappling with an alarming surge in violent crime that has resulted in more than 750 fatalities from shootings since the end of May, shaking the foundations of the city notorious for its lawlessness, Your Content has learned.

Residents are voicing their concern as high-profile incidents continue to plague the City of Brotherly Love.

Since Memorial Day, gun violence and assaults have become rampant, transcending every corner of the city and sparing no one from its grasp. The unsettling reality is that shootings occur relentlessly, every day of the week, and at any hour.

This week alone, a Temple University graduate tragically lost his life to a masked gunman, adding to the grim toll of the crime wave. Another heartbreaking incident claimed the life of a 14-year-old football player as he was returning home from a school scrimmage.

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The situation has prompted Philadelphia’s citizens to question the city’s safety and reputation as the birthplace of liberty. With businesses being plagued by rampant smash-and-grabs, there is a growing urgency for effective measures to tackle the escalating crime problem, according to Daily Mail.

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