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  • westervillekid westervillekid Apr 12, 2012 10:23 AM Flag

    Chicago-Murder rate up 60% for 1st q of 2012-Every night on TV a new murder


    CHICAGO -- Chicago homicides spiked by 60 percent in the first three months of 2012 despite increased police resources in some of the city's most dangerous neighborhoods.

    The Chicago Tribune reports that police statistics show that nonfatal shootings also rose sharply in the first quarter.

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    • Wait until he disarms American citizens. It's coming. He knows through the records who does and doesn't have weapons. Guess who has all the weapons then? I'll let you guess. Times up! It will be only those who want to kill and steal. Chicago is just the start. Crimes are coming to a town like yours. Face it. God forbid if a white person kills someone of another race. Your #$%$ is gr#$%$ before any investigation is performed.

      If you kill a white person? No one gives a crap.

      Our country has lost it's way in just a few short years. Why?? See the documentory 2016.

    • I'm glad I don't live in the most corrupt state in the country. See 2016 and you will make up your decision on who should be elected. And as far as religion is concerned, I'd rather have a Mormon running the country than a damn muslum. Have you ever seen him get off the helicopter with his dog like many presidents before him? Guess why that is?? You need to understand the muslum religion to understand that. All dogs are dirty just like a pig.

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