Body Count 

A spike in homicide leaves Richmond on edge.

Alicia Rasin is unmoved. Sitting just beyond the firing line of television cameras at City Hall last week, the longtime activist doesn't stand up for the procession of white shirts — the police chief, commonwealth's attorney, the mayor and his senior…

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