Heather Yakin: Disabled people more a...

Heather Yakin: Disabled people more apt to become crime victims

There are 1 comment on the Recordonline.com - The Times Herald-Record story from Mar 5, 2011, titled Heather Yakin: Disabled people more apt to become crime victims. In it, Recordonline.com - The Times Herald-Record reports that:

Having a disability shouldn't paint a target on your back. But according to crime victimization surveys, it does.

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C T Harris

Marlboro, NY

#1 Mar 13, 2011
Not only the disabled, elderly people that still own their homes are targets for thiefs. There are people in positions to take advantage of their power to put the elderly in a nursing home and take their property for their own use. This is a growing concern that has been brough to light by Mr. Mickey Rooney. Take a good look at the people in power, That includes businesses that buy the stolen property and the people that are surpose to protect.

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