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  1. Un-f*cking-believable. Not only has the guy been let out on bail, the judge will allow him to record new rap records. "And you tell me over and over and over again, my friend Ah, you don't believe we're on the eve of destruction." Evil
  2. At least two of the perps were caught quickly. They can't be sentenced to death because they are under 18, but I hope they are charged and tried as adults, then sentenced to life behind bars. They deserve it. The life of their 17-year-old victim sure didn't matter to them. Evil
  3. This isn't the first time an innocent person has been shot to death in a dispute over a face mask. The perp left the store without buying anything, then came back and killed the cashier. That should be capital murder and a death penalty case in Georgia. It's unclear whether there will be a hate crime enhaancement. This is the killer, Victor Lee Tucker: BTW, there are some very disturbing cases, not to mention scary mugshots, at www.mugshots.com. Evil
  4. Some stats from previous years for comparison: LINK
  5. Another policeman killed by a guy with a no-bail warrant.
  6. Ironic is perhaps the best description of this story from the BBC ... Sasha Johnson: Black Lives Matter activist shot by group of men A prominent Black Lives Matter activist was shot by a group of four black men at a party in south London, police say. Sasha Johnson is critically ill in hospital after being shot in the head at a property in Peckham on Sunday. (READ MORE) The linked version of the BBC story has been revised. An earlier version emphasized the shooting was probably gang-related and hadn't targeted Ms Johnson, according to a friend
  7. Glad I wasn't invited to this birthday party. Only in America.
  8. I'm updating this topic for the first time in more than six months. I've adjusted to my secure-but-less-than-thrilling Covid lifestyle in the U.S. There just isn't that much new to write about. Something interesting did happen yesterday. A friend of my niece, call her Anna, had her car towed for parking in no-stop space in downtown Philadelphia. My niece was very busy with work and asked me if I could pick up her friend and help her get the car out of the impound lot. Apparently Anna doesn't handle stressful situations well and my niece urged me to do the talking if any talking was requ
  9. Just out of curiosity, does anyone understand why the lone Black guy got beaten down in the video from IHOP? What touched the others off? To me it seemed he was only trying to order some pancakes. Evil
  10. No, I'm not. I don't make excuses for violent crimes by Asians. I believe people of any race should be punished for the crimes they commit. Fixed that for you to reflect what I actually believe. Not by any stretch of the imagination. What you documented was an example of Asian gang warfare, which is indeed bad, but hardly reaches the level of violence by Blacks on each other or other races. Take a look at the FBI Crime in 2019 report. It shows 4,078 arrests for murder or non-negligent homicide by Blacks and only 83 by Asians and 28 by native Hawaiians or other Pacific i
  11. Strippers are back on the job but COVID rules are hurting their pay Tue, May 18, 2021, 6:10 AM SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - When California stripper Brittney, 26, walked into San Francisco’s reopened Gold Club stripping venue again in April after a year, she was confronted with masked-up dancers and just a clutch of patrons. “My heart just sank. This is just so, so sad,” said Brittney, who asked that her last name not be disclosed to protect her 6-year-old son. An hour of that four-hour shift was spent just waiting for customers and she earned $150, less than a third of what she wo
  12. To quote the report I cited in the OP: "The large size of this increase[in homicides] is deeply troubling, but readers should be aware that absolute rates of homicide remain well below historical highs. In 2020, the homicide rate was 11.4 deaths per 100,000 residents in sample cities; 25 years earlier, in 1995, the rate was 19.4 per 100,000 residents." Until the corona virus hit in 2020, crime in the U.S. had been on a long-term decline. The murder rate of NYC was approaching that of London. The figures below are from 2017 and reflect developments under normal circumstances. Basi
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