Booker Sends Newark Cops To The Stree...

Booker Sends Newark Cops To The Streets, Pleads For Public's Help

There are 1 comment on the Baristanet.com story from Aug 24, 2009, titled Booker Sends Newark Cops To The Streets, Pleads For Public's Help. In it, Baristanet.com reports that:

After a recent outbreak of violence on the streets of Newark, Mayor Cory Booker announced yesterday he'll put more cops on the street, while outraged residents want the city's top cop to resign.

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ninja88

Ocala, FL

#1 Aug 24, 2009
This is not new. The Police Department has been doing this since Santiago was Director. They just want to shut the community up and make it look like they're doing something about the problems. Newarkers are not as ignorant as outsiders and our political leaders think. They need to come up with good plans to rid our city from the violence. Not try to re-invent the wheel with ideas that don't work. The community needs to continue to make all the noise they can. "Like they say, the squeeky wheel, gets the grease". Just like the Political Leaders said when they came into office, that they would hold everyone accountable, we're gonna hold them accountable. Enough is Enough!

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