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Topic - Nathaniel Pendleton
The low point so far in Chicago's closely watched battle with street gangs may have been the day that Michelle Obama came home for the funeral of a teenage honor student.
A 15-year-old honor student who was gunned down last year is being remembered at the Chicago school she attended and in Washington.
Big Apple: Meet Windy City. Chicago residents who see first-hand the ravages of gun-related violence say New York City’s inability to stop and frisk suspicious characters − due to a federal judge’s recent crackdown on the policy − means the Big Apple’s crime rate will soon mirror that of the Windy City’s.
"It's a long way from people feeling like they can sit out on their porches," he said. "But it is getting a little better."
Yet Hadiya great uncle, Nathaniel Pendleton, said he feels more hopeful.