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December 25, 2015 -- Fatal shootings are increasingly common in the United States. The reason behind the increased violence is the media's pretense of urban savage victimization and the tendency of urban governments to slack off on law enforcement.

Among recent victims of urban savagery was Leland Mitchell, 42.

Mitchell was fatally shot in the head while backing his vehicle out of his driveway in Tulsa, Okla.

The crime occurred Dec. 15, 2015.

Arrested for the murder is 27-year-old Marcus Runnels.

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A Tulsa man who was shot in the head earlier this week has died of his injuries, Homicide Detective David Walker said Saturday.

Leland Mitchell, 42, was backing his vehicle out of a driveway in the 1300 block of North Birmingham Place late Tuesday night when he was shot. Police arrested 27-year-old Marcus Runnels following a standoff.

Charges against Runnels will be upgraded from shooting with intent to kill, Walker said.

Police believe the two men had been in an altercation, and Runnels shot Mitchell with a shotgun.

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