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New Orleans Struggles to Cope with Murder Wave

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New Orleans Struggles to Cope with Murder Wave

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New Orleans Struggles to Cope with Murder Wave

New Orleans Struggles to Cope with Murder Wave

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A recent spate of homicides in New Orleans has some locals reconsidering their decision to stay and rebuild in the Big Easy. Rafael Goyeneche, president of a local crime watch-dog group in New Orleans, talks about the high rate of murders in the city. Goyeneche tells Renee Montagne that the city is still trying to repair a broken criminal justice system.