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Hubert Williams

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Chair of the National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence, a collaboration among ten national law enforcements groups; 40-year veteran of policing, he was police director in Newark, New Jersey for 11 years

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In 1929, American newspapers carried sensational pictures of crumpled, dead bodies, victims of Al Capone's St. Valentine's Day Massacre.

Aurora, Mass Shootings and America's Gun Laws

In 1929, American newspapers carried sensational pictures of crumpled, dead bodies, victims of Al Capone's St. Valentine's Day Massacre.

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In 1929, American newspapers carried sensational pictures of crumpled, dead bodies — victims of Al Capone's St. Valentine's Day Massacre.

Can We Talk about Gun Control?

In 1929, American newspapers carried sensational pictures of crumpled, dead bodies — victims of Al Capone's St. Valentine's Day Massacre.

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