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Violent crime way, way up. But the cops haven't killed anyone in a while. What's up?

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I just went there on business, but the customer I visited was close to the airport so I didn't have to deal with the actual shiothole of a city. :dunno:

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2014, year prior to Freddy Grey and the riots

211 murders. 322 so far this year. Good job, good effort.

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2014, year prior to Freddy Grey and the riots

211 murders. 322 so far this year. Good job, good effort.

They are perfectly OK with this.

 

This is similar to the situation where the older brother who picks on and beats up his younger brother regularly will defend him from anyone who tries to do the same thing.

 

They don’t care about the people dying, they only care if an outsider is doing the killing

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Murders used to be in places that I could easily avoid. Really couldn't tell you how to get to the severely dangerous places, just what streets not to cross over. Now, they're happening everywhere. You still need to stay away from certain parts, but you also have to be gone/in before 9.

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Murders used to be in places that I could easily avoid. Really couldn't tell you how to get to the severely dangerous places, just what streets not to cross over. Now, they're happening everywhere. You still need to stay away from certain parts, but you also have to be gone/in before 9.

In Baltimore?

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Carcetti's decision to reject the governor's bailout leaves him with intractable budget problems. He is forced to cut spending in other areas in order to plug the schools' budget deficit and is unable to keep his promises to reform the BPD. Despite the problems facing the city, Carcetti remains focused on running for governor two years into his term. Carcetti meets with Burrell and Rawls to discuss the BPD's problems, becoming concerned with crime statistics despite his prior decision to discourage stat-based policing. Morale in the BPD is at a low because Carcetti is withholding payment of overtime.

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Carcetti's decision to reject the governor's bailout leaves him with intractable budget problems. He is forced to cut spending in other areas in order to plug the schools' budget deficit and is unable to keep his promises to reform the BPD. Despite the problems facing the city, Carcetti remains focused on running for governor two years into his term. Carcetti meets with Burrell and Rawls to discuss the BPD's problems, becoming concerned with crime statistics despite his prior decision to discourage stat-based policing. Morale in the BPD is at a low because Carcetti is withholding payment of overtime.

Plus he didn't bang that hot as fock political consultant when he could have. McNutty hit it though.

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Yes

Wow. I know most of the city is a complete shithole, but I didn't know the few non combat areas left were invaded as well. Sad.

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No stop and frisk right? Wonder why crime shot up?

Cops gave the people and the Baltimore politicians exactly what they wanted. You would think the liberals would realize their errors, but then they wouldn't have their favorite scapegoat. And then it would be someone else's fault. Hmmmm, I wonder who?

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Same thing has been happening in my hometown of Memphis. There was always bad crime. But it was over there, in the designated war zone.

 

Now, seems like every time I go home, theres a cop killed in a traffic stop, or a woman jogging near her home in a good area killed. That last one happened a couple miles from my sisters house. Woman was shot and killed less than a hundred yards from her door by some teenagers just cruising around being thugs.

 

Lots of burglaries. My parents are looking at places to move once the grandkids are out of high school. Thinking Charlotte I think.

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Same thing has been happening in my hometown of Memphis. There was always bad crime. But it was over there, in the designated war zone.

 

Now, seems like every time I go home, theres a cop killed in a traffic stop, or a woman jogging near her home in a good area killed. That last one happened a couple miles from my sisters house. Woman was shot and killed less than a hundred yards from her door by some teenagers just cruising around being thugs.

 

Lots of burglaries. My parents are looking at places to move once the grandkids are out of high school. Thinking Charlotte I think.

Why do you the think it's like that now? What do the locals say? Are they demanding something be done?

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Why do you the think it's like that now? What do the locals say? Are they demanding something be done?

Part of the problem, from what Im told, is a glut of cheap housing.

 

The suburb hinterland, back when I lived there twenty years ago, was nice enough. But it got vastly overbuilt. All those mass produced $300,000 homes are now older ratty $200,000 homes, and many of them are rentals. So lets just say, a new demographic or two came out to the east side.

 

Its always been like that though. Memphis is a case study in white flight. You can tell how old a white person is by asking what mall they went to as a kid. Every few years, they build one farther east as the last one falls to the horde.

 

Its spread so far now the next hop is across county or state lines. Which is going to decimate the county tax base like the city one was decades ago.

 

Basically its a sh!thole full of lowlifes with an ever shrinking fringe of normal. If fedex hadnt built the hub there years ago, it would be all gone.

 

Of course, nothing will ever be done. Because the people who give a sh!t dont live in the city and dont pay tax there. They have the county government. The city government is the asylum run by inmates.

 

The constantly talk about hiring more cops. Cant seem to find qualified black candidates though.

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Baltimore 2018 Homicide Analysis

 

LAST UPDATE: February 17, 2018. 10:30 AM Eastern.

Summary

 

* January 2018: 24

* February 2018: 4

* 2018 Total Count: 28

 

* Men: 26

* Black: 25

* White: 0

* Hispanic: 0

* Other: 0

* Undetermined: 1

 

* Women: 2

* Black: 2

* White: 0

* Hispanic: 0

* Other: 0

* Undetermined: 0

 

 

There have been 47 murders in Baltimore this year.

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Baltimore 2018 Homicide Analysis

 

LAST UPDATE: February 17, 2018. 10:30 AM Eastern.

Summary

 

* January 2018: 24

* February 2018: 4

* 2018 Total Count: 28

 

* Men: 26

* Black: 25

* White: 0

* Hispanic: 0

* Other: 0

* Undetermined: 1

 

* Women: 2

* Black: 2

* White: 0

* Hispanic: 0

* Other: 0

* Undetermined: 0

 

 

There have been 47 murders in Baltimore this year.

Baltimore looks like a safe place for me if I ever wanted to move. :D

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Baltimore 2018 Homicide Analysis

 

LAST UPDATE: February 17, 2018. 10:30 AM Eastern.

Summary

 

* January 2018: 24

* February 2018: 4

* 2018 Total Count: 28

 

* Men: 26

* Black: 25

* White: 0

* Hispanic: 0

* Other: 0

* Undetermined: 1

 

* Women: 2

* Black: 2

* White: 0

* Hispanic: 0

* Other: 0

* Undetermined: 0

 

 

There have been 47 murders in Baltimore this year.

Yeah but the cops haven't killed anyone so it's all good. Some black lives matter more than others

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Baltimore is the nation's most dangerous city

 

Baltimore is the big city with the highest per capita murder rate in the nation, with nearly 56 murders per 100,000 people. At 343 murders in 2017, the city tallied the highest per capita rate in its history.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2018/02/19/homicides-toll-big-u-s-cities-2017/302763002/

 

Chicago is at 24 per 100,000

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Baltimore was even too dangerous for Dez... Reports are he turned down 3 years and $21m to play there. :D

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Baltimore was even too dangerous for Dez... Reports are he turned down 3 years and $21m to play there. :D

He wants a bite

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The City of Baltimore hasn't had a Republican in office since 1945... yet, I bet they campaign against them like they've been in control the whole time.

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Shithole

Good job on getting the site to not censor out shithole

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Chaps Pitt Beef is really good. Baltimore is still a shithole

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And the illegal rape capital of MD, Montgomery County, is putting together a citizen's advisory board on policing.  

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I actually heard a couple commentators pick L. Jackson for MVP this year.

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2 minutes ago, TimmySmith said:

And the illegal rape capital of MD, Montgomery County, is putting together a citizen's advisory board on policing.  

Does MD have a legal rape capital too? 

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6 minutes ago, Cdub100 said:

Chaps Pitt Beef is really good. Baltimore is still a shithole

You like some Chap's Beef?  NTTAWWT. 

 

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1 minute ago, DonS said:

You like some Chap's Beef?  NTTAWWT

 

Oh yeah I love it. Smother my face in tiger sauce.

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26 minutes ago, TimmySmith said:

Probly Baltimore.

Dipshit didn't get it. That's why he's still stuck in a cubicle. 

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