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Illegal guns 2 or 3 'handshakes' away from Chicago arrestees, research shows

CHICAGO - Many people arrested in Chicago for various offenses were within three degrees of separation from someone who possessed an illegal firearm, according to a study analyzing the social circles of offenders.

In one of the first analyses to try to unravel Chicago's gun market through network science,

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