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8 minutes ago, Zebra3 said:

They've brainwashed numbskulls to be their very own Brownshirts.

Yet you don't see how you are also brainwashed.   :lol:

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10 hours ago, el midgetron said:

 

 

 

 

 

 

They should arrest every one of those criminals.     They probably won't because the Democrats love their criminals.

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On 10/5/2022 at 5:30 PM, el midgetron said:

And now for something completely different-

 

NYC subway attack: Gang of women in neon-green bodysuits attack and rob 2 women

https://www.foxnews.com/us/nyc-subway-attack-gang-women-neon-green-bodysuits-attack-rob-women

 

 

 

They have ID'd some of them.   i hope they are punished hard, but it is NYC so it'll probably be a slap on the wrist.

The New York City Police Department on Friday identified four suspects who were allegedly part of a group of people wearing neon-green bodysuits on a Manhattan subway train who attacked two teenagers. 

The NYPD released images of the suspects during a news briefing. Chief of Detectives James Essig said the attack stemmed from an incident on a subway platform that began with an accidental bump. 

The suspects were identified as Ciante Alston, Mairam Cisse Issouf, Dariana Peguero, all 26, and 34-year-old Emily Soto as being among the group captured on camera punching and tossing around two 19-year-old women in the Times Square subway station early Sunday. 

 

New York City police released images of four woman who were allegedly part of a group of suspects wearing neon-green bodysuits while attacking two women on a subway train. 

All four live in the Queensbridge Houses, a public housing development in Queens, Essig said. They all have criminal histories, he said. 

Pequero has nine arrests, authorities said, the most in the group. 

The mother of one victim told the New York Post that what happened on the train was "absolutely disgusting" and that the gang in green needs to be held accountable.

"Animals belong behind bars," said the mother, who wished to remain anonymous. "Make an example of them. What happened to the New York City we all loved? Start fixing it now."

 
 

 

https://www.foxnews.com/us/nypd-ids-members-gang-neon-green-bodysuits-attacked-robbed-women

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Broad daylight in their driveway?

 

 

 

 

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14 minutes ago, el midgetron said:

Broad daylight in their driveway?

 

 

 

 

A real gun would have been better.

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Businesses are moving out of cities and neighborhoods with rising crime rates. By abandoning these high-risk locations, these businesses take with them any job opportunities they provide to poorer residents.

Americans are more worried about crime than they have been in decades. A recent poll found that 8 in every 10 Americans say they worry about crime either “a great deal” (53%) or “a fair amount” (27%).

This fear is driving businesses large and small out of cities and neighborhoods with rising crime rates. By abandoning these high-risk locations, these businesses take with them any job opportunities they provide to poorer residents.

Starbucks announced it would close 16 locations in Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., over safety concerns. Walgreens is closing five stores in San Francisco due to rampant crime. Small businesses from Seattle to Minnesota are citing crime as the reason they’re closing their doors.

https://chicago.suntimes.com/2022/10/8/23387691/violent-crime-businesses-jobs-research-joshua-crawford-op-ed

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2 hours ago, itsnotoutthere said:

Businesses are moving out of cities and neighborhoods with rising crime rates. By abandoning these high-risk locations, these businesses take with them any job opportunities they provide to poorer residents.

Americans are more worried about crime than they have been in decades. A recent poll found that 8 in every 10 Americans say they worry about crime either “a great deal” (53%) or “a fair amount” (27%).

This fear is driving businesses large and small out of cities and neighborhoods with rising crime rates. By abandoning these high-risk locations, these businesses take with them any job opportunities they provide to poorer residents.

Starbucks announced it would close 16 locations in Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., over safety concerns. Walgreens is closing five stores in San Francisco due to rampant crime. Small businesses from Seattle to Minnesota are citing crime as the reason they’re closing their doors.

https://chicago.suntimes.com/2022/10/8/23387691/violent-crime-businesses-jobs-research-joshua-crawford-op-ed

Any of these high crime cities run by Republicans?

 

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More of the Democrats loving their criminals.

A 31-year-old New York City man who was arrested and released without bail last month after terrorizing McDonald’s patrons with an ax was arrested again this week for graffiti, stealing a bike and evading police, and was again released without bail.

Michael Palacios was approached by police Sunday evening after being spotted spraying graffiti in Brooklyn, prompting him to snatch an expensive bike from a nearby coffee shop and lead officers on a chase before eventually being arrested, New York Post reported

The bike, valued at $3,500, was damaged during the chase, the New York Police Department confirmed to Fox News Digital. The department says Palacios was found in possession of graffiti paraphernalia, and authorities suspect he is also responsible for another graffiti incident in Queens in June.

 
Palacios was charged with grand larceny, two counts of criminal mischief, possession of stolen property, making graffiti and possession of graffiti instruments. Palacios was also charged for the graffiti incident in June.

New York Post reported that Palacios was released without bail on Monday.

The incident comes the month after Palacios was involved in a viral melee in a Lower East Side McDonald’s where he was seen arguing with a group of men before pulling an ax out of his backpack and smashing a glass partition and pointing the ax at various customers. 

https://www.foxnews.com/us/nyc-man-released-without-bail-mcdonalds-ax-attack-arrested-again-released-without-bail

 
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1 hour ago, el midgetron said:

 

 

 

 

Hopefully they catch the thugs and arrest them.

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I’m a little skeptical of this one…..

 

 

 

 

 

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On 10/13/2022 at 11:53 PM, el midgetron said:

I’m a little skeptical of this one…..

 

 

 

 

 

They both deserve a bullet to the head.   It is easy, do not take stuff that is not yours!   They were not starving either.  

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More crime from the left.

 

A Catholic Church in Michigan was vandalized with spray paint by three vandals last weekend.

Security footage shows three vandals dressed in black approach the Church of the Resurrection in Lansing, Michigan, on foot.

"Our hope and our prayer is that those who did this to our parish church are not just brought to justice but are also brought to conversion, brought to an encounter with the love of Jesus, brought to a realization that anger corrodes the soul while life in Christ brings only freedom, peace and healing. That's our hope. That’s our prayer," parish pastor Steve Mattson said Wednesday.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/pro-choice-vandals-michigan-caught-video-spray-painting-church

 

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More violent crime.   God video of this thug.   I hope it leads to his arrest.

 

 

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NYC is one of many cities where crime has been growing for years.  Soft on crime does not work.  

 

BROOKLYN, NY. – New York City subways have seen a recent string of deadly attacks with at least eight murders so far this year. 

One of those tragic cases was the murder of Tommy Bailey. The 43-year-old husband and father was stabbed to death while riding on the subway in Brooklyn. He was a hardworking man, a loving father, and a husband. He leaves behind three kids who said their dad was a hero. Friends of the family are asking for community support following the tragedy.

Bailey was a Local 638 Union Steamfitter and always stuck up for what was right. That is what witnesses said he was doing moments before he died, when he stepped in to defend a female police officer who was being harassed by a man. Then, that suspect pulled out a sharp object and slashed Bailey in the neck.

The NYPD arrested Alvin Charles for the murder. This is not his first time behind bars. Police say he was arrested last year on assault charges. When he reportedly stabbed another man, who thankfully survived. A NY Judge reportedly denied the request for a $50,000 bail. So, he was able to walk free for months

https://www.foxnews.com/us/brooklyn-father-stabbed-death-nyc-subway-slashed-after-sticking-up-for-cop

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This would suck.  i wonder what would have happened if they were home?

 

A disturbing home surveillance video shows a California family being robbed while they were enjoying a family dinner out.

"We actually got a notification on my phone that said something like ‘unfamiliar face seen upstairs,’ and so I looked at my phone, and we just saw it all happen and unfold right in front of us," homeowner Tamara Schlachter told Fox 11.

The family's Nest security camera caught on camera two burglars breaking through the home's sliding glass doors.

The unknown thieves wore all white and spent approximately 14 minutes ransacking the family's belongs. 

Schlachter said the trespassers stole precious and sentimental family jewelry, including a pearl necklace her father gifted her when she was born. 

The burglars wore all white outfits and ransacked the family's belongings for approximately 14 minutes.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/california-family-watches-robbery-home-surveillance-video-while-dinner

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'Our team is terrified. They feel unsafe': Cotopaxi CEO announces closure of San Francisco store due to rampant crime in 'a city of chaos'

"We opened a retail store a year ago on Hayes Street, the charming shopping district just blocks away from the famous Full House home. Our first week there, our windows were smashed and thousands of dollars of product was stolen. We replaced the window, and it immediately happened again (four times). We replaced with window with plywood as we waited for a month+ to get a metal security gate installed (demand for those gates is creating huge delays). As of today, we are closing the store due to rampant organized theft and lack of safety for our team. Our store is hit by organized theft rings several times per week. They brazenly enter the store and grab thousands of dollars of product and walk out. We started keeping the door locked and opening it only for customers, but even then, they'll have a woman go to the door, and then hiding individuals rush into the store as soon as the door opens," Smith wrote.

 

"Our team is terrified. They feel unsafe. Security guards don't help because these theft rings know that security guards won't/can't stop them. It's impossible for a retail store to operate in these circumstances, especially when cities refuse to take any action (despite us paying taxes well above any other state we operate in). The city recently announced a reduction of police presence in this neighborhood, despite mass-scale crime," he continued.

Smith has indicated in comments on his post that the company has not experienced this type of crime problem at its stores located in other parts of the country.

https://www.theblaze.com/news/cotopaxi-store-closes-san-francisco

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10 minutes ago, Zebra3 said:

'Our team is terrified. They feel unsafe': Cotopaxi CEO announces closure of San Francisco store due to rampant crime in 'a city of chaos'

"We opened a retail store a year ago on Hayes Street, the charming shopping district just blocks away from the famous Full House home. Our first week there, our windows were smashed and thousands of dollars of product was stolen. We replaced the window, and it immediately happened again (four times). We replaced with window with plywood as we waited for a month+ to get a metal security gate installed (demand for those gates is creating huge delays). As of today, we are closing the store due to rampant organized theft and lack of safety for our team. Our store is hit by organized theft rings several times per week. They brazenly enter the store and grab thousands of dollars of product and walk out. We started keeping the door locked and opening it only for customers, but even then, they'll have a woman go to the door, and then hiding individuals rush into the store as soon as the door opens," Smith wrote.

 

"Our team is terrified. They feel unsafe. Security guards don't help because these theft rings know that security guards won't/can't stop them. It's impossible for a retail store to operate in these circumstances, especially when cities refuse to take any action (despite us paying taxes well above any other state we operate in). The city recently announced a reduction of police presence in this neighborhood, despite mass-scale crime," he continued.

Smith has indicated in comments on his post that the company has not experienced this type of crime problem at its stores located in other parts of the country.

https://www.theblaze.com/news/cotopaxi-store-closes-san-francisco

They would have saved a lot of money if they hired a couple of ex military security guards, one by the door, one patroling inside.    This is awful.   

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An 82-year-old Home Depot employee in North Carolina was "brutalized" Tuesday when a suspect stealing a cart full of power tools shoved the worker to the ground as he walked out of the store, authorities said.

The grand larceny happened on Tuesday at a Home Depot location in Hillsborough, located about 38 miles northwest of Raleigh, the Hillsborough Police Department said Wednesday.

"We need YOUR help in identifying this guy before somebody else gets hurt," the department wrote in a Facebook post.

Video shows the worker confront the hoodie-wearing suspect as he wheels a cart of Ryobi power tools out of the store. The suspect uses his arm to shove the elderly man, who falls to the ground and appears to hit his head on a flowerpot. 

https://www.foxnews.com/us/home-depot-worker-82-brutalized-suspect-steals-cart-full-power-tools-police

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An Oakland ice cream shop was burglarized by brazen thieves on Wednesday – mere months after the Northern California business was nearly destroyed in another robbery this summer. 

Flavor Brigade in Oakland's Dimond District was broken into by the burglars at 4:45 a.m on Wednesday. The business said the suspects stole their tie-dyed shirts, safe, cash and tools. Footage shows hooded suspects walking suspiciously outside the business before entering the store.

The Mailbox, a nearby mailbox rental service, confirmed that the same suspects stole a key-copying machine and cash register on Wednesday morning.

 

https://www.foxnews.com/us/california-ice-cream-shop-burglarized-criminals-months-after-destructive-car-attack

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Convicted Killer, Freed from Prison by Fetterman-Backed District Attorney, Now Wanted for Murder

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/10/21/convicted-killer-freed-prison-fetterman-backed-district-attorney-now-wanted-murder/

At least he didn't shoplift.

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On 10/7/2022 at 3:00 AM, Myles said:

They probably won't because the Democrats love their criminals.

That is the trope.  However, according to FOX Carolina, its kind of a mix of both persuasions:

https://www.foxcarolina.com/2022/10/18/sc-makes-list-states-with-highest-rates-violent-crime/

Below is the law office’s ranking of the top 10 states with the highest rates of violent crime for 2020:

 

  1. Alaska
  2. New Mexico
  3. Tennessee
  4. Arkansas
  5. Louisiana
  6. Missouri
  7. South Carolina
  8. South Dakota
  9. Arizona
  10. Michigan
 
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Just now, Tatetopa said:

That is the trope.  However, according to FOX Carolina, its kind of a mix of both persuasions:

https://www.foxcarolina.com/2022/10/18/sc-makes-list-states-with-highest-rates-violent-crime/

Below is the law office’s ranking of the top 10 states with the highest rates of violent crime for 2020:

 

  1. Alaska
  2. New Mexico
  3. Tennessee
  4. Arkansas
  5. Louisiana
  6. Missouri
  7. South Carolina
  8. South Dakota
  9. Arizona
  10. Michigan
 

Oh come on, where is Delaware in that list?    And how did New Mexico get to number 2?   And Alaska, really?   They are the largest state with the smallest population.   I think that list is someone's fantasy.   

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