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On 1/14/2022 at 4:53 PM, el midgetron said:

My little girl oreded some Hatchimals after Xmas with her Amazon gift card and it's been nothing but delays and unknown whereabouts with this thing. It could've been on those trains. b*******! She's been upset but taking it well. 

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Isn't it a Federal crime to interrupt packages? Or us that only if its Postal Service?

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12 minutes ago, DieChecker said:

Isn't it a Federal crime to interrupt packages? Or us that only if its Postal Service?

I suspect that’s USPS Mail. But I don’t know,

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11 hours ago, el midgetron said:

Leftist loud mouth and enjoyable actor Micheal Rapaport can’t believe what he’s helped create, 

https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2022/01/25/michael-rapaport-films-brazen-theft-at-nyc-rite-aid/

Speaking to the Daily Mail, the Atypical actor said criminals are hitting the streets and brazenly stealing in broad daylight due to a lack of consequences and soft-on-crime policies.

“These criminals know there are no ramifications. We have to put more of these mother******* in jail,” he said. “You see all these videos on Instagram of people shoplifting like they’re going for a walk in the park. ‘It’s pathetic that this is happening in the greatest city in the world.”

Er...let me stop you right there....

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3 minutes ago, itsnotoutthere said:

Speaking to the Daily Mail, the Atypical actor said criminals are hitting the streets and brazenly stealing in broad daylight due to a lack of consequences and soft-on-crime policies.

“These criminals know there are no ramifications. We have to put more of these mother******* in jail,” he said. “You see all these videos on Instagram of people shoplifting like they’re going for a walk in the park. ‘It’s pathetic that this is happening in the greatest city in the world.”

Er...let me stop you right there....

You can see the writing on the wall.   Brick and motor stores are already closing down but that will increase.  Urban communities will not have access to goods and services as they are used to.   Then these places will scream about not having access to what they need.  

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12 minutes ago, Myles said:

You can see the writing on the wall.   Brick and motor stores are already closing down but that will increase.  Urban communities will not have access to goods and services as they are used to.   Then these places will scream about not having access to what they need.  

It all stems from the authorities encouraging the antics of BLM & ANTIFA.  You reap what you sow, & the Dems own this.

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6 hours ago, Myles said:

You can see the writing on the wall.   Brick and motor stores are already closing down but that will increase.  Urban communities will not have access to goods and services as they are used to.   Then these places will scream about not having access to what they need.  

Not to mention train robberys. Imagine if you can buy it at a store, and your online purchases are being stolen en route?

Maybe they haven't decriminalized enough? What kinds of minor crimes are left?

You know, like every time there's a recession, the Ds say we have to spend our way out of it, and when it doesn't really work, they'll claim we needed to spend twice what we did.

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New DA in NYC says most minor crimes should be decriminalized. 

https://gothamist.com/news/manhattan-da-bragg-tells-staff-stop-prosecuting-certain-offenses

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Bragg said the office will stop prosecuting people for theft of services, trespassing (unless it accompanies a stalking charge), aggravated unlicensed operation, routine traffic violations not accompanied by felony charges, obstructing governmental administration, resisting arrest, and prostitution.

So you can now fight with an officer and not get resisting arrest. You can't be arrested for prostitution. Or trespass. No traffic infractions where its not a felony.

Wow. Crimes going to drop like a rock. :rolleyes:

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12 hours ago, DieChecker said:

New DA in NYC says most minor crimes should be decriminalized. 

https://gothamist.com/news/manhattan-da-bragg-tells-staff-stop-prosecuting-certain-offenses

So you can now fight with an officer and not get resisting arrest. You can't be arrested for prostitution. Or trespass. No traffic infractions where its not a felony.

Wow. Crimes going to drop like a rock. :rolleyes:

The far left is getting more and more moronic.    

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On 1/17/2022 at 2:51 PM, Gromdor said:

It's organized crime: 29 charged in 6-state shoplifting ring that hit pharmacies | News | kctv5.com

Most of those states/locations in this case aren't liberal, so I don't think it is a political issue.

So organized now, hum,

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Leniency is going to continue to drive crimes up.

Here's another case.

A Seattle judge released an accused shoplifter without bail for the second time Wednesday despite his extensive criminal history, including at least 18 felony and misdemeanor convictions since 1985, according to a report. 

Judge Melinda Young released John Ray Lomack Wednesday weeks after Judge Kuljinder Dhillon did the same thing after he was arrested for allegedly stealing a 70-inch TV on Dec. 22 from a downtown Seattle Target store, the Jason Rantz radio show in Seattle reported. 

Lomack was banned from the store last year after employees claimed he tried to shoplift nearly two dozen times and racked up $6,000 in stolen property, according to the show. 

In his most recent attempt, Lomack grabbed the $600 flat screen using a tool to cut plastic straps securing it to the other TVs, surveillance video of the incident allegedly shows, while store security who recognized him called police

Security officers reportedly confronted Lomack after he took the TV down an elevator on a shopping cart but he walked by them, at one point allegedly shoving a security officer. "At no point in time did he attempt to pay for the item," a court document said

 

Lomack was reportedly arrested outside the store after a struggle with police in which he denied stealing and accused the officer of being racist. 

The suspect’s past convictions include fourth-degree assault and second-degree burglary

Dhillon has been lenient on other suspects experiencing homelessness like Lomack, the show reported, having lowered the bail for a suspect accused of gouging a Seattle police officer in the eye last year from $25,000 to $1,000.

 

 

https://www.foxnews.com/us/accused-repeat-seattle-shoplifter-released-without-bail-despite-criminal-history-report

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Seattle Frees Career Criminal, Caught Shoplifting 22X in Three Months, After Stealing $750 70-Inch TV

A career criminal, with a rap sheet dating back to the 1980s, has been freed from jail for the fourth time in six months after he stole a $750 70-inch television at a Target store in Seattle, Washington.

Surveillance footage, obtained by talk radio host Jason Rantz with KTTH, shows John Ray Lomack shoplifting the TV out of the Target store before being arrested by police officers. It is the twenty-second time that Lomack has shoplifted from the store in three months

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/01/27/seattle-frees-career-criminal-caught-shoplifting-22x-in-three-months-after-stealing-750-70-inch-tv/

people stealing TVs from a moving train -

 

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Just keeps getting worse.

 

Tubbs, 26, recently pleaded guilty to molesting the girl in a women's bathroom eight years ago when Tubbs was two weeks away from turning 18. At the time of the crime, she identified as male and went by James Tubbs. She did not identify as female until after she was taken into custody, according to prosecutors.

 

Tubbs is 26 years old. Unlike George Gascon’s false narrative, she is not a ‘kid,'" L.A. Deputy District Attorney Jon Hatami, assigned to the Complex Child Abuse Unit, told Fox News Digital.

 "There was evidence presented at the juvenile proceedings which showed that Tubbs sexually assaulted two young girls in different incidents in the past. The child victims will suffer lifelong trauma. Tubbs also has prior violent convictions and conduct as an adult."

Prosecutors say Tubbs walked into the bathroom of a Denny’s in 2014 and grabbed the 10-year-old by the throat, locked her in a stall, and put her hand down the girl’s pants. Tubbs stopped when another person walked into the restroom, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Because Tubbs began identifying as female after she was taken into custody, and Gascon refused to try her as an adult, Tubbs was sentenced to two years in a juvenile facility.  In L.A. County, juvenile facilities can house both females and males, but in separate areas. Tubbs will be housed with the females. 

Two years is the maximum sentence for any juvenile in the new program over the age of 25, according to Deputy District Attorney Shea Sanna. 

 

https://www.foxnews.com/us/transgender-ca-woman-molesting-sentenced

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A man filmed as an elderly lady moved her grocery cart in the way of a man who was trying to steal an entire shopping cart loaded with food.
“Excuse me,” the woman said, moving her cart to block the man. “I’m fed up with your ********,” the feisty grandma said, ripping the man’s mask off his face.

“Take that ******* mask off, *******,” she added.

 

 

 

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On 1/28/2022 at 11:08 PM, Myles said:

Just keeps getting worse.

 

Tubbs, 26, recently pleaded guilty to molesting the girl in a women's bathroom eight years ago when Tubbs was two weeks away from turning 18. At the time of the crime, she identified as male and went by James Tubbs. She did not identify as female until after she was taken into custody, according to prosecutors.

 

Tubbs is 26 years old. Unlike George Gascon’s false narrative, she is not a ‘kid,'" L.A. Deputy District Attorney Jon Hatami, assigned to the Complex Child Abuse Unit, told Fox News Digital.

 "There was evidence presented at the juvenile proceedings which showed that Tubbs sexually assaulted two young girls in different incidents in the past. The child victims will suffer lifelong trauma. Tubbs also has prior violent convictions and conduct as an adult."

Prosecutors say Tubbs walked into the bathroom of a Denny’s in 2014 and grabbed the 10-year-old by the throat, locked her in a stall, and put her hand down the girl’s pants. Tubbs stopped when another person walked into the restroom, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Because Tubbs began identifying as female after she was taken into custody, and Gascon refused to try her as an adult, Tubbs was sentenced to two years in a juvenile facility.  In L.A. County, juvenile facilities can house both females and males, but in separate areas. Tubbs will be housed with the females. 

Two years is the maximum sentence for any juvenile in the new program over the age of 25, according to Deputy District Attorney Shea Sanna. 

 

https://www.foxnews.com/us/transgender-ca-woman-molesting-sentenced

If I’m ever arrested in America, I shall identify as an innocent person when in custody, presumably they’ll therefore have to release me. 

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This thread should be updated to be called crime is on the rise.

The former landlord and employer of a New York City woman who was stabbed and killed at her apartment, Christina Yuna Lee, expressed their outrage over her brutal killing as violent crime continues to plague the Big Apple. 

"We are tired of hearing our officials utter empty platitudes or enacting none of the desperately needed reforms that need to take place. And if they don't? Good luck to them in the next election because as a community, we are very, very angry," he continued. 

Lee, who was 35 years old, was stabbed to death early Sunday morning in her apartment located in the Chinatown neighborhood on the Lower East Side. 

The suspect in involved in the case, identified as 25-year-old Assamad Nash, has since been taken into custody and has a lengthy rap sheet. 

"This man was a menace to the community. He was an outright danger, but the police did their jobs excellently," Chin stated. "They kept arresting him repeatedly. It was the politicians lax on crime policies that kept putting him out on the street because the judges have to follow the rule of law, which the politicians have set in the city."

 

https://www.foxnews.com/us/nyc-christina-yuna-lee-stabbed-death-repeat-offender-assamad-nash

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https://www.sfchronicle.com/sf/article/Another-S-F-Walgreens-is-closing-this-time-in-16918683.php

https://sfist.com/2022/02/13/yep-theres-another-walgreens-location-shuttering-in-san-francisco-soon/

 

Adding to the ever-growing list of  Walgreens stores closing in SF, the location at 141 Kearny Street is set to close on February 22 — which will make it the eleventh location from America's second-largest pharmacy store chain to close in the city since 2019.

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