The spirit of Killa City is no Norman Rockwell 

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At some point in a project like this, formal journalism training teaches you to call some expert for an interpretation of what it all means or ask law-enforcement authorities what they plan to do about the problem. We've done a little of that, and we'll post the results online throughout the week, in Killa City Extras. But there's a reason that we didn't include those sorts of quotes in this week's cover story. Very simply, we think the victims, the killers and their loved ones tell the real story.

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