District Police Chief Charles H. Ramsey today declared a crime emergency in the city in response to a sharp increase in crime this month.
Thirteen homicides have been recorded in the District since July 1. They include the murder early Sunday morning of 27-year-old Alan Senitt, a British political activist, on a street in Georgetown. Four suspects have been arrested in that murder.
NRA-ILA has made repeal of the DC gun ban a top priority.
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