Eddie Jordan

District Attorney, New Orleans

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In New Orleans this year there have been 83 murders but just one murder trial--for a killing that occurred before Katrina.

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In New Orleans this year there have been 83 murders but just one murder trial--for a killing that occurred before Katrina.

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