New Orleans Struggles to Cope with Murder Wave 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.

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.