Chicago Teenager Becomes Victim Of Gun Violence Hours After Obama's Visit : News Photo

Chicago Teenager Becomes Victim Of Gun Violence Hours After Obama's Visit

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CHICAGO, IL - FEBRUARY 18: Deflated balloons and graffiti provide a fading reminder on the flag pole outside Roberto Clemente High school to the January 11 murder of fourteen-year-old Rey Dorantes on February 18, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. Today the school was mourning eighteen-year-old Senior Frances Colon who was shot and killed on February 15. Dorantes and Colon were the 2nd and 3rd students from Clemente High School, a Westside school with less than 800 students, to be murdered in the past three months. The other student, Sixteen-year-old Jeffrey Stewart, was killed December 9. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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CHICAGO, IL - FEBRUARY 18: Deflated balloons and graffiti provide a fading reminder on the flag pole outside Roberto Clemente High school to the January 11 murder of fourteen-year-old Rey Dorantes on February 18, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. Today the school was mourning eighteen-year-old Senior Frances Colon who was shot and killed on February 15. Dorantes and Colon were the 2nd and 3rd students from Clemente High School, a Westside school with less than 800 students, to be murdered in the past three months. The other student, Sixteen-year-old Jeffrey Stewart, was killed December 9. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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Deflated balloons and graffiti provide a fading reminder on the flag... News PhotoChicago - Illinois,Crime,Deflated,Fading,Flag,Graffiti,Horizontal,Illinois,Justice - Concept,Law,Murder,Reminder,Responsibility,USAPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesCHICAGO, IL - FEBRUARY 18: Deflated balloons and graffiti provide a fading reminder on the flag pole outside Roberto Clemente High school to the January 11 murder of fourteen-year-old Rey Dorantes on February 18, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. Today the school was mourning eighteen-year-old Senior Frances Colon who was shot and killed on February 15. Dorantes and Colon were the 2nd and 3rd students from Clemente High School, a Westside school with less than 800 students, to be murdered in the past three months. The other student, Sixteen-year-old Jeffrey Stewart, was killed December 9. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)