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Thursday, May 24, 2012

Top stopies in the top newspapers today

I wanted to take a look at some of top newspapers in the US today, to see what the lead story is in each.

Here we go ...

Washington Post:

Mexican cartels stage massacres as war escalates
The two most important criminal groups in Mexico are engaged in an all-out war, dumping dismembered bodies in public places to intimidate, officials say.

LA Times:

Former Long Beach high school football star Brian Banks, convicted of raping a classmate a decade ago, had his conviction dismissed after his accuser recanted her story.

New York Times:

Man Claims He Strangled Patz and Put Body in Box, Police Say
A suspect in custody has confessed to strangling Etan Patz, the 6-year-old boy who disappeared in 1979 in SoHo on his way to school, a New York City police official said on Thursday.


I wonder if these newspaper editors care at all that crime remains at near record lows and that Americans are safer now than at any time in their lives from street crime?

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