Long Beach crime statistics for 2013 show lowest violent crime numbers in 41 years

Jan 2, 2014 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Press-Telegram

LONG BEACH >> Police Chief Jim McDonnell reported today that Long Beach could post its lowest violent crime numbers in 41 years.

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reel deel

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Some real crappy reporting by Greg Yee of the Press Telegram. Do they even care anymore?

Go to LBReport.com to understand how misleading this article is:

http://www.lbreport.com/news/jan14/crims.htm
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Rather than to rely on the politicized cops and the corrupt legal system for information about what the revolutionary political ruling class have done to the city, a better gauge is to look at the proliferation of "now renting" signs that have sprung up in "diversity celebrating" districts since the "Hispanics" began booting the Africans out of Compton and into welcoming Long Beach.

For example, drive down the previously stable 4th Street corridor in the Second District. Take note of the wall to wall "for rent" signs. Residents are fleeing not because they want a better climate, or cheaper rent, but rather because they no longer feel safe. All too often this is learned by sad experience on the mean streets of Long Beach. To the extent that "crime is down", it is so only because law abiding residents have severely restricted their activities. Few of them are foolhardy enough to venture outside after dark, and few venture outside during daylight, except when absolutely necessary.

Long Beach might have eventually gone the way of many eastern cities on its own. Being home to one of the State's most radical of the wastefully expensive taxpayer funded State universities where every loony social scheme and manipulative punitive economic scheme known to man are routinely dreamed up by the occupiers, thenceforth to be imposed by their revolutionary political pals, one may be forgiven for making the observation that the city has gotten onto the fast-track.

Ronald

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