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Baltimore 343 homicides in 2017, sets record for killings per capita

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#1 vmax


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Posted 28 December 2017 - 04:49 AM



This is sad. Huge long term implications for the affected families and friends....and for those who participated in it.

I absolutely do not feel safe in this City.

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"For 17 years, we could point to No. 52 and tell the other players: 'Follow his lead. Practice like Ray practices. Prepare like Ray prepares. Be a great teammate like him,'" Ravens general manager and executive vice president Ozzie Newsome said in a release from the team. "It was our privilege to have him as a Raven. We are all better for having him here. His play on gamedays speaks for itself.

"Even in that small group who have the honor of being a Hall of Famer, Ray stands out. When you talk about the great players of all time, no matter position, he is among the greatest of the great."

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Posted 28 December 2017 - 06:17 PM

Can't find a single RepubliKKKan in the Baltimore area.

So i've heard

i'm hearing things  

other's told me

read on the internets

We all know  it's a huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge problem

Sooo sad.


Chicago is the same 

SAAAAAAAAAAD the other administration never did anything about anything for anyone

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Posted 28 December 2017 - 07:46 PM



Police Spokesman Whose Brother Was Murdered: ‘Unnecessary’ Baltimore Violence ‘Pissing Me Off’

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore Police spokesman T.J. Smith called once again Friday for something to be done about keeping criminals off city streets.

Speaking at press conference held to provide updates about two of this week’s homicides, Smith said the suspects have not yet been identified in either case — the murder of a 19-year-old Morgan State student Jonathan Tobash or the murder of a Baltimore Tattoo Museum employee Jim Forrester.

But Smith, whose own brother was one of Baltimore’s more than 330 homicide victims so far this year, said the likelihood is great that they are repeat offenders who police have encountered before.



I have no sympathy.  He likes his jobs program.  There are sacrifices that come with that jobs program.  Until they want to deal with the real problem and end the war on drugs which leads to their jobs program STFU.

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