"Lor Scoota was a mirror of the conditions of Baltimore," Derrick Chase of Stand Up Baltimore said Wednesday. He may have been unique in his talent for expressing the sad reality of life in neighborhoods decimated by poverty and the drug trade, but his experience and its tragic end were all too common. Each and every one of those killed in Baltimore loved and was loved, and whether they are mourned by thousands or a few, they leave holes in the lives of those who remain. "Honestly, I didn't know how to feel because I've lost a lot of friends on these same streets," Donzell Canada said last year of his childhood friend, Freddie Gray. "I'm kind of getting numb — not numb, but it's not a surprise." Canada would be killed too, shot to death last month on the streets where he had grown up.