somewhere in NJ is a young mother and housewife who wishes her community had a George Zimmerman several weeks ago when a career thug hoodie man invaded her home and beat her in front of her small child.<quoted text>
Someone who lives in the neighborhood would have said "thank you" for helping make the neighborhood safer from durg-using dropout gangbanger wannabes.
By the way, we didn't always need neighborhood watches. What changed to make it necessary today?
Why are neighborhood watches so common today?
and how many were murdered in Chicago by hoodie wearers this weekend alone?