St. Paul's East Side residents, offic...

St. Paul's East Side residents, officials look for answers to crime

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Dr Fixajig

Tilburg, Netherlands

#1 Aug 15, 2013
To answer the question properly, the words "black people" must be substituted for the word "crime."

"The call Tuesday night was distressingly familiar for police patrolling St. Paul’s East Side this summer: young gang members clashing, this time near Payne and Jenks Avenues.

Officers sped to the scene, where 10 teens from rival gangs appeared to be arguing. Arrests were made, limiting the flare-up to a verbal fight.

But in recent weeks, similar incidents have tragically escalated — a 17-year-old shot to death in July, a 26-year-old neighbor nearly beaten to death last week.

East Side violence has put residents and city officials on high alert, resulting in a mayoral session earlier this week on how to deal with gang disputes and prompting a community meeting Thursday night at Arlington Hills Lutheran Church, where police and prosecutors will address questions and concerns from residents.

“Several disturbing incidents on the East Side have made it clear that we must continue to push forward to find new ways and new strategies to meet the challenges on the street,” Mayor Chris Coleman said Wednesday in his budget address."
http://www.startribune.com/local/east/2197072...
QueenOprah

Chesapeake, VA

#4 Aug 15, 2013
Dr Fixajig wrote:
To answer the question properly, the words "black people" must be substituted for the word "crime."
"The call Tuesday night was distressingly familiar for police patrolling St. Paul’s East Side this summer: young gang members clashing, this time near Payne and Jenks Avenues.
Officers sped to the scene, where 10 teens from rival gangs appeared to be arguing. Arrests were made, limiting the flare-up to a verbal fight.
But in recent weeks, similar incidents have tragically escalated — a 17-year-old shot to death in July, a 26-year-old neighbor nearly beaten to death last week.
East Side violence has put residents and city officials on high alert, resulting in a mayoral session earlier this week on how to deal with gang disputes and prompting a community meeting Thursday night at Arlington Hills Lutheran Church, where police and prosecutors will address questions and concerns from residents.
“Several disturbing incidents on the East Side have made it clear that we must continue to push forward to find new ways and new strategies to meet the challenges on the street,” Mayor Chris Coleman said Wednesday in his budget address."
http://www.startribune.com/local/east/2197072...
If I wasn't so fat, I would weigh in on this. Blacks is victims ya see, victims.
Otto

Höst, Germany

#8 Aug 15, 2013
Dr Fixajig wrote:
To answer the question properly, the words "black people" must be substituted for the word "crime."
"The call Tuesday night was distressingly familiar for police patrolling St. Paul’s East Side this summer: young gang members clashing, this time near Payne and Jenks Avenues.
Officers sped to the scene, where 10 teens from rival gangs appeared to be arguing. Arrests were made, limiting the flare-up to a verbal fight.
But in recent weeks, similar incidents have tragically escalated — a 17-year-old shot to death in July, a 26-year-old neighbor nearly beaten to death last week.
East Side violence has put residents and city officials on high alert, resulting in a mayoral session earlier this week on how to deal with gang disputes and prompting a community meeting Thursday night at Arlington Hills Lutheran Church, where police and prosecutors will address questions and concerns from residents.
“Several disturbing incidents on the East Side have made it clear that we must continue to push forward to find new ways and new strategies to meet the challenges on the street,” Mayor Chris Coleman said Wednesday in his budget address."
http://www.startribune.com/local/east/2197072...
Get rid of the blacks, get rid of the problem.
Joseph

United States

#12 Aug 16, 2013
Problem stems from the black savages. Yes I said it and that's the truth. Minnesota nice isn't even safe from the garbage from these thugs. And the media won't touch it and the worst part about it is the beating of Raymond Widstrand isn't being called a hate crime. What a shame. As if we are automatically guilty for being white. Apparently the thugs who beat Mr Widstrand were the victims here. Because black is code word for victim. What a shame. And until neighbors and police stand up and start taking action on these savages it'll get worse and worse.

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