Fox4: Man suffers critical injuries in shooting on Kansas City’s East Side
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More than 500 people have been shot in Jackson County this year, and about 400 cases will be unsolved by the new year arrives."One of the things that I think Kansas City is really lacking is a protection program," Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker said.Peters Baker said the top reasons for high violent crime is that victims and witnesses don't cooperate."They know that they're placing themselves at risk to talk to us, to talk to law enforcement with so little potential reward," she said.