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Documentary Blows Open Serial Killer’s 25-Year Spree of Killing Black Women and a Shocking Lack of Interest in Catching Him

By Kali Holloway By the mid-1980s, the Los Angeles Police Department knew there was a prolific serial killer operating in the South Central section of the city. His victims, like most of the residents of the area, were overwhelmingly African … Continue reading

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After Years Of Violence, L.A.’s Watts Sees Crime Subside

By Kirk Siegler On most weeknights, in the middle of his shift, Los Angeles police officer Keith Mott trades his gun and uniform for a T-shirt and shorts and heads to a park in the Watts neighborhood of South Los … Continue reading

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