Man stabbed to death in Lancaster

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A man was stabbed to death in Lancaster, authorities said today. The slaying in the 1600 block of East Avenue I near 15th Street East was reported about 10:40 p.m. Thursday, Deputy Byron Ward of the Sheriff's Headquarters Bureau said.

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Do you Question Me

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Jul 24, 2009
 
It seems to me there will no let up in murders for a while.

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It's amazing that 'some people' can only deal with things
by killing other people.

*THIS* is "civilized"?

Yeah, LA County.....
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Ayahuasca Shaman wrote:
It's amazing that 'some people' can only deal with things
by killing other people.
*THIS* is "civilized"?
Yeah, LA County.....
Ah statistics.
In 2007 with populations of 100,000 or greater, the comparison as a percentage of crime in Los Angeles and Albuquerque:
Violent Crime: Albuquerque 990 per 100,000
LA 718 per 100,000
Rape: Albuquerque 60 per 100,000
LA 26 per 100,000
Property Crime: Albuquerque 5709 per 100,000
LA 2621 per 100,000
Car Theft: Albuquerque 3631 per 100,000
LA 1506 per 100,0000
Aggravated Assault: Albuquerque 641 per 100,000
LA 334 per 100,000

Funny how these stats show it is MUCH safer in Los Angeles than in New MEHEEECO!
Bad Risk

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Jul 24, 2009
 
ShamanTWIT wrote:
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Ah statistics.
In 2007 with populations of 100,000 or greater, the comparison as a percentage of crime in Los Angeles and Albuquerque:
Violent Crime: Albuquerque 990 per 100,000
LA 718 per 100,000
Rape: Albuquerque 60 per 100,000
LA 26 per 100,000
Property Crime: Albuquerque 5709 per 100,000
LA 2621 per 100,000
Car Theft: Albuquerque 3631 per 100,000
LA 1506 per 100,0000
Aggravated Assault: Albuquerque 641 per 100,000
LA 334 per 100,000
Funny how these stats show it is MUCH safer in Los Angeles than in New MEHEEECO!
What statistical study is this, and what formula was used. Did Albuquerque use the same statistical model as Los Angeles? Did they go off of total population or just 100,000 as a base? If it was based on total populations you might want to consider the accuracy of the numbers. First Los Angeles Population is 3,849,378. Second Albuquerque is 448,607. Need to compare apples to apples unless 100,000 was the actual base.
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Jul 24, 2009
 
Bad Risk wrote:
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What statistical study is this, and what formula was used. Did Albuquerque use the same statistical model as Los Angeles? Did they go off of total population or just 100,000 as a base? If it was based on total populations you might want to consider the accuracy of the numbers. First Los Angeles Population is 3,849,378. Second Albuquerque is 448,607. Need to compare apples to apples unless 100,000 was the actual base.
You have a very good point. And I wonder why Albuquerque was used. New Orleans is considered the city with the most crime in the US, so seems like that comparison would have been better if someone wants to show how "safe" Los Angeles is. Also, wonder how Lancaster (although much smaller) stacks up with any of those. I am glad I am getting out there. That stabbing happened not too far from where I live(d).
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Bad Risk wrote:
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What statistical study is this, and what formula was used. Did Albuquerque use the same statistical model as Los Angeles? Did they go off of total population or just 100,000 as a base? If it was based on total populations you might want to consider the accuracy of the numbers. First Los Angeles Population is 3,849,378. Second Albuquerque is 448,607. Need to compare apples to apples unless 100,000 was the actual base.
These statistics were culled from
The Federal Bureau of Investigation Uniform Crime Rates for Calendar year 2007. Yes, the stats are based on crimes per 100,000 persons and NOT total population, so New Meheeeco, specifically Albuquerque, has more crime than Los Angeles. Coincidentally, more hispanics than LA at 42%, not that race plays into crime stats...LOL!
Lock your doors Shaman!!! Oh, I forgot, your Mommy will lock them for you.
Now, better get ready for the swing shift, you might be late for work! hahahahaha!!
Let's wait and see what kind of 'spin' he puts on this one, and if he can't think of one, he'll simply ignore this thread. Right Garth?
TROLL ON!
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Jul 24, 2009
 
The crime rate has dropped 24% in Lancaster recently.

We have the only Mayor I know of in LA County that has what it takes to stand up to organized crime.
Just look at how the mongols got chased away. Even with their lawyer threating they would come and try to intimidate the residents.

1 stabbing in the meth infested area of Avenue I on the eastside is a just another sign that we need Rex Parris to continue what he has already begun.
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FROM THE SIDE LINES wrote:
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You have a very good point. And I wonder why Albuquerque was used. New Orleans is considered the city with the most crime in the US, so seems like that comparison would have been better if someone wants to show how "safe" Los Angeles is. Also, wonder how Lancaster (although much smaller) stacks up with any of those. I am glad I am getting out there. That stabbing happened not too far from where I live(d).
Here is the link to the stats:
http://tinyurl.com/jbmaa
mr clean

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Jul 24, 2009
 
If the Mongols motorcycle gang had been allowed to stay in Lancaster, there would have been more murders.
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Jul 24, 2009
 
ShamanTWIT wrote:
<quoted text> These statistics were culled from
The Federal Bureau of Investigation Uniform Crime Rates for Calendar year 2007. Yes, the stats are based on crimes per 100,000 persons and NOT total population, so New Meheeeco, specifically Albuquerque, has more crime than Los Angeles. Coincidentally, more hispanics than LA at 42%, not that race plays into crime stats...LOL!
Lock your doors Shaman!!! Oh, I forgot, your Mommy will lock them for you.
Now, better get ready for the swing shift, you might be late for work! hahahahaha!!
Let's wait and see what kind of 'spin' he puts on this one, and if he can't think of one, he'll simply ignore this thread. Right Garth?
TROLL ON!
Thank you Sir.
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Jul 24, 2009
 
ShamanTWIT wrote:
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Here is the link to the stats:
http://tinyurl.com/jbmaa
Hmmmmm. That is really interesting. New Orleans wasn't even listed. I guess Katrina blew all the bad guys out of there. I have heard for years that New Orleans had the most crime of any city in the US.
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FROM THE SIDE LINES wrote:
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Hmmmmm. That is really interesting. New Orleans wasn't even listed. I guess Katrina blew all the bad guys out of there. I have heard for years that New Orleans had the most crime of any city in the US.
Blew them all to Houston, Miami, St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit and Atlanta

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Albuquerque, NM

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Jul 24, 2009
 
CornJulio wrote:
<quoted text>Blew them all to Houston, Miami, St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit and Atlanta
Bragging about your oral skills again?

Now, plant your 'tulips' in New Mexico, Zippy.
CornJulio

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Jul 24, 2009
 
Ayahuasca Shaman wrote:
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Bragging about your oral skills again?
Now, plant your 'tulips' in New Mexico, Zippy.
Tulips won't grow in a sandy arid climate, like that crime ridden pest hole. Did you read the FACTS TROLL?

In 2007 with populations of 100,000 or greater, the comparison as a percentage of crime in Los Angeles and Albuquerque:
Violent Crime: Albuquerque 990 per 100,000
LA 718 per 100,000
Rape: Albuquerque 60 per 100,000
LA 26 per 100,000
Property Crime: Albuquerque 5709 per 100,000
LA 2621 per 100,000
Car Theft: Albuquerque 3631 per 100,000
LA 1506 per 100,0000
Aggravated Assault: Albuquerque 641 per 100,000
LA 334 per 100,000

Why, there is LESS crime here in Boss Angeles!!!

“Be the change you want to see!”

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Albuquerque, NM

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Jul 25, 2009
 
CornJulio wrote:
<quoted text>Tulips won't grow in a sandy arid climate, like that crime ridden pest hole. Did you read the FACTS TROLL?
In 2007 with populations of 100,000 or greater, the comparison as a percentage of crime in Los Angeles and Albuquerque:
Violent Crime: Albuquerque 990 per 100,000
LA 718 per 100,000
Rape: Albuquerque 60 per 100,000
LA 26 per 100,000
Property Crime: Albuquerque 5709 per 100,000
LA 2621 per 100,000
Car Theft: Albuquerque 3631 per 100,000
LA 1506 per 100,0000
Aggravated Assault: Albuquerque 641 per 100,000
LA 334 per 100,000
Why, there is LESS crime here in Boss Angeles!!!
WHAT, you're still here?

I meant to say, "TWO-LIPS".....now THAT you understand, loser!
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Jul 25, 2009
 
Don't you have a life? You have been on here posting for over 4 hours today and over 5 hours yesterday!
Get a job, or a hobby or something. And you call that guy a loser? Sounds like you are mighty jealous!!!
Shamansadicksmok er

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Jul 25, 2009
 
Ayahuasca Shaman wrote:
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WHAT, you're still here?
I meant to say, "TWO-LIPS".....now THAT you understand, loser!
I understand that to mean that you would like a man to drive out to your sandbox and perform fellatio on you.
I am a heterosevual, sorry to ruin your daydream.
But you know, TROLL ON, you may get ;lucky' still, he seems to like you...lol!!!
Shamansadicksmok er

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Jul 25, 2009
 
ShamanTWIT wrote:
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Ah statistics.
In 2007 with populations of 100,000 or greater, the comparison as a percentage of crime in Los Angeles and Albuquerque:
Violent Crime: Albuquerque 990 per 100,000
LA 718 per 100,000
Rape: Albuquerque 60 per 100,000
LA 26 per 100,000
Property Crime: Albuquerque 5709 per 100,000
LA 2621 per 100,000
Car Theft: Albuquerque 3631 per 100,000
LA 1506 per 100,0000
Aggravated Assault: Albuquerque 641 per 100,000
LA 334 per 100,000
Funny how these stats show it is MUCH safer in Los Angeles than in New MEHEEECO!
Too bad he can't read. Or won't...
BLC

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Jul 25, 2009
 
This was my brother. Who at the time of this stabbing was visiting a girl he just met. He had no idle that she was involved with a gang. So he gets stabbed, by some guys from the gang BLC(I myself never heard of this little gang)the name of one of the gang member is jonny Gonzolis and his brother cj. they lived at the trailed park were my brother was stabbed. There was 6 male hisp stabbing him and kicking him in his head.
If anyone has any information on this case please responed.
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Jul 25, 2009
 
BLC wrote:
This was my brother. Who at the time of this stabbing was visiting a girl he just met. He had no idle that she was involved with a gang. So he gets stabbed, by some guys from the gang BLC(I myself never heard of this little gang)the name of one of the gang member is jonny Gonzolis and his brother cj. they lived at the trailed park were my brother was stabbed. There was 6 male hisp stabbing him and kicking him in his head.
If anyone has any information on this case please responed.
Was the killer an illegal mexican ?

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