Another violent weekend has Chicago's top cop once again trying to calm anxious residents. A total of 59 people were shot, leaving six dead and 53 wounded since Friday. Superintendent Eddie Johnson said that there is a need for more community involvement to curb the ongoing violence. He added that the people pulling the triggers continue to do so because they believe they can get away with it. Johnson claimed things will change when there is tougher laws for violent repeat gun offenders.
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