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Brothers' deaths show tiring senselessness of homicides
Two brothers among 200-plus slain in Baltimore this year
I've been reading Facebook tributes to two young men — Audie "Party Audie" Mickens and James "Jimmy" Johnson, brothers slain within the last couple of months in West Baltimore — and I've found dozens of them laced with the "f word" and the "n word" and the "s word", many written in the crude shorthand of the poor and violent city within the city.
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