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Old 01-26-2018, 10:54 PM
 
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The real criminals are actually the democrat politicians running the city into the ground.
I agree with that as long as you throw in judges as well. I am a forensic psychotherapist and did evaluation for the courts in Baltimore City for 13 years I was also a member of the Criminal Justice Coordinating Counsel and the Governor's Commission on Chronic and Habitual Offenders. Neither of these committees were successful at curbing crime. I was also a member of the International Differential Treatment Program which was thought be a hallmark program for treating juvenile offenders. Years ago an article about research came out that questioned the effectiveness programs. The article was called , Do GOOD, DO BAD,DO NOTHING. DO GOOD meant treat the offenders and/or refer them to family counseling, drug counseling, etc. DO BAD meant incarcerate them and DO NOTHING meant don't take them court, don't arrest them don't refer them to other program (nothing). It made me stop and look at their research and start doing research on the programs with which I was involved in. I thought for sure their research had to be wrong, but it wasn't. Their was no difference between any of these groups in terms of the number of offences they committed. To me running for office because you are going to change crime is just away to get elected no matter what party you are affiliated with. They might as well be running for office to prevent hairballs in cats. They might be more successful with that.

I make mentions of judges because I am convinced from the research that they are responsible for releasing violent offenders into the community often times on parole. Remember When Kenvin Davis said WE keep arresting them and THEY keep releasing them. Who do you think the WE were that he was referring to and the THEY were.

It is also noteworthy to add that it was the judges who refused to attend the Governors Conference on crime.
The excuse they gave was lame.

We vote for judges in the city. Don't be so stupid to vote for these people again. And yes I mean stupid.
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Old 01-26-2018, 11:16 PM
 
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I live in a predominately black area of Baltimore City. It is just not white children who are at risk in Baltimore. My family has repeatedly been victims of crimes that did not benefit the perpetrator in the least.
I call that discrimination since my family did nothing to provoke anybody. I have seen cases that were very clearly racial discrimination that met all of the criteria required by law referred to The Baltimore City State's Attorneys Office. That Office just tossed them out as if they didn't exist. When I saw this I contacted the Dept of Justice. They did nothing of course. It probably was not even investigated. And now we see how much crime has gone down since the Dept. of Justice has begun assisting our State's Attorneys Office in their prosecutions. Yea right ! The State's Attorneys Office has the lowest conviction rate in the nation
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Old 02-06-2018, 05:59 PM
 
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It is a very odd decision. I get the city is having problems, but I really doubt that a proctored group of school agers visiting the Harbor would be the targets of anything, random or otherwise.

Are there any cases of students on school trips from out-of-county students being physically or verbally
assaulted?
Having white skin is enough
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Old 02-06-2018, 09:03 PM
 
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I live in a predominately black area of Baltimore City. It is just not white children who are at risk in Baltimore. My family has repeatedly been victims of crimes that did not benefit the perpetrator in the least.
Unfortunately Baltimore is ruined by a racist bunch of democrat politicians. One reason they win elections in because they tout BLM and other BS, which appeals to the racist element in Baltimore. Baltimore is headed in the wrong direction!
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