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Houston Crime Stoppers ends annual reading of murder victim names: ‘Can’t do that anymore…would take hours’

Said the reading of more than 600 names of murder victims across Harris County over the past year ‘would take hours’

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By Louis Casiano

Fox News

On Sunday, crime victim advocates and murder victims’ loved ones will gather in Houston for Crime Stoppers’ annual “Day of Remembrance” as violence continues to grip cities around the country. This year’s ceremony, however, will be different from years past.

Officials with Crime Stoppers of Houston said they expect a large crowd to gather in Houston’s Midtown neighborhood to pay homage to those murdered in Harris County from August 2021 to August 2022. Unlike in past years, when organizers would read off each homicide victim’s name, this year those names will scroll across a screen instead.

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