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Apr 24, 2013
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NEWS
News Anchor: More young people were shot and killed in a poor black neighborhood last night...
News Anchor: Sources say there will be NO city-wide lockdown...NO manhunt...
News Anchor: NO massive police presence...NO SWAT teams...
News Anchor: ...and NO further coverage of this news story.
Apr 30, 2013
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    ConserveGov  almost 5 years ago

    Must be Chicago.

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    Stormrider2112  almost 5 years ago

    Consider how many people drive a car vs. how many own a gun and then of often they’re used.

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    zoidknight  almost 5 years ago

    Yes we would, because Chicago, Los Angeles and Detroit would still have gun crime and they have the highest level of gun control in the country.

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    mikefive  almost 5 years ago

    It’s a cheerless commentary on our society and its subcultures that murders are so casually committed and accepted. Equally sad is that everyone has become so inured to murders that we treat them with such nonchalance.

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    babka GC Insider almost 5 years ago

    word, Mr. Rogers. kudos from Lady Aberlin & King Friday XIII.

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    pam Miner GC Insider almost 5 years ago

    That is accurate. I wondered why the death of 3 in Boston got so much more coverage than did West, Texas. to extrapolate using “Mexican-Americans” and “dirt poor farmers” instead of “young Black people” and there’s the answer.

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    magicwalnut GC Insider almost 5 years ago

    Ms Ima, have you not graduated from kindergarten YET? The name calling is so childish!

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    d_legendary1  almost 5 years ago

    Motor vehicle crashes are known as “accidents” for a reason. There are no “accidents” when someone goes into a school and starts shooting little kids.

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  almost 5 years ago

    So if you die in an ACCIDENTAL explosion, it’s okay?I have a better equation for you-Boston— caused by a foreigner (Islamic angle; great for controversy, good ratings- hype it up!)Texas— caused by an American company (possible negligence in a state with lax regulations; might make business look bad- bury it!)

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    lectricdude  almost 5 years ago

    …yeah…those …“official reports”…always “totally”…objective and unbiased…yup…yup…

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    Dtroutma GC Insider almost 5 years ago

    Denver, Detroit, Montebello, Pico Rivera, Medford, Houston, Nashville, Seattle, dozens of cities every day see gun homicides in the U.S.. Interesting that it’s actually the control of SHORT barrel pistols, semi-auto especially, with large magazine capacity, like in the Giffords shooting that DO do far more damage every day, not “assault rifles”, and it IS those handguns, not “rifles” that NRA has spent most of the last 20 years “defending”, NOT “hunting weapons”. Well, unless you consider gang bangers, drug dealers, and folks like Zimmerman “hunters”. Hmmm, I guess if you actually look at the Zimmerman case, he was.

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    Ambydextrous  almost 5 years ago

    That plastic grin on his face says it all. He looks like a Chucky doll.

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    echoraven  almost 5 years ago

    How do you know that guns are designed to kill people? Did you design the original gun and all guns afterwards? Or are you spouting what your intellectual superiors told you to spout after giving you your lefty brand Kool Aid?

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