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Two injured in separate shootings in Camden

There are 7 comments on the The Gloucester County Times story from Oct 17, 2011, titled Two injured in separate shootings in Camden. In it, The Gloucester County Times reports that:

Two people were injured in unrelated shootings over a three-hour period here, Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk said Monday.

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sharice

Newark, NJ

#1 Oct 17, 2011
I think this is ridiculous....Camden is terrible n it gets worse by the second no one is doing anything about this violence...

pigpen911

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#2 Oct 19, 2011
Sharice as long as the "bleeding heart liberals" have control of the country nothing will change.The cops are afraid to do their job because they might get sued or have charges filed on them.The courts won't hand out hard time because they don't want to have groups like the ACLU protesting outside of the court house.The goverment(city,country,state and federal) will do nothing because they don't want to lose any votes.As long as the people in power keep being P/C things will never change,things will only stay the way they are now.Sad but true.
corruptsobsandwh ores

United States

#3 Oct 19, 2011
pigpen911 wrote:
Sharice as long as the "bleeding heart liberals" have control of the country nothing will change.The cops are afraid to do their job because they might get sued or have charges filed on them.The courts won't hand out hard time because they don't want to have groups like the ACLU protesting outside of the court house.The goverment(city,country,state and federal) will do nothing because they don't want to lose any votes.As long as the people in power keep being P/C things will never change,things will only stay the way they are now.Sad but true.
it has nothing to do with "liberals" being in "charge of everything". Violent crime isn't as thick in other parts of the country (ex: wisconsin, minnesota, iowa). In fact, it is practically non-exhistent. Last i checked, those three states are also a part of the USA. Nice try though.

pigpen911

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#4 Oct 20, 2011
corruptsobsandwhores wrote:
<quoted text>it has nothing to do with "liberals" being in "charge of everything". Violent crime isn't as thick in other parts of the country (ex: wisconsin, minnesota, iowa). In fact, it is practically non-exhistent. Last i checked, those three states are also a part of the USA. Nice try though.
Every major city that is controled by the liberal democrats are crime infested and became ghettos.The courts won't lock these savages up because they(courts-system)are all P/C,IE: liberal.If you check the stats in the major cities in the states you listed you would see that th crime is sky high,again because of the P/C idiots.And back at ya,good try.
corruptsobsandwh ores

United States

#5 Oct 20, 2011
Sociologically speaking, there are two reasons for a rise in crime in certain parts of the country: financial inequality and media violence. I searched and searched for any evidence that liberal governing over an area has anything to do with a spike in crime and couldn't find anything. ;)
BandMaster

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#6 Oct 29, 2011
corruptsobsandwhores wrote:
Sociologically speaking, there are two reasons for a rise in crime in certain parts of the country: financial inequality and media violence. I searched and searched for any evidence that liberal governing over an area has anything to do with a spike in crime and couldn't find anything. ;)
Ever been to Camden, NJ? The democrats have turned it into a warzone. Just like they are trying to do to the rest of the country. Jon Corzine took a good company called MF GLOBAL recently and ran it into the ground in a very short time. He was buying bad bonds from Spain and France. No wonder that New Jersey is in such a deep hole. Corzine is a socialist idealogue like obama, his best freind..Socialist democrat liberals are the cause of the problem with this country.
juan a lee

Sicklerville, NJ

#7 Oct 29, 2011
I live here in camden,and yes maybe everybody is right,but my personal experience is camden police is not doing a enough about the open air drug market,they allow it and they mekes excuses why they don't want to do the job.I have call 911 some time they come and some time they don't,There excuse is they too busy,they don't consider drug dealer a top priotity.On my block 9 vine there had been three murder in one month.People are immune to it now they dont even get outrage,they accept it and move on.We even had a camera on our block.WHAT WE NEED IS MORE POLICE PRESENT ON THE STREETS EVERYDAY.

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