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Subject: Gang Violence Smolders On Yoorghis AKA Gary Richard Roselles-de-LUNES Hot brain.
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On Sat, 28 Jul 2012 11:31:04 -0600, Yoorg...@Jurgis.net wrote:
>On Sat, 28 Jul 2012 09:10:08 -0700, MattB
>>Gang Violence Smolders On Hot Chicago Streets
>How about in the Michelle Bachman camp inciting hatred against
So now you defend gang violence?. Progressive thinking or Obama
>Gang Violence Smolders On Hot Chicago Streets
>This has been a summer of blood, sweat and tears in Chicago. The city
>has been scorched by historic heat, and the homicide rate has soared.
>When the sun goes down behind the glimmering lakeshore skyline, blocks
>on the South and West Side of the city can ring with shots and sirens.
>The streets of neighborhoods like Englewood, Grand Crossing and
>Garfield Park are empty, even during the day. In the middle of this
>summer, it is rare to see a child ride a bike or walk a dog.
>"A child should not have to say, 'I can't go out because I might get
>shot.'" resident Michelle Harris says at a community meeting at the
>Englewood police station. "That's bad, that's bad."
>Chicago's street gangs span generations. The Black P. Stone Nation and
>Gangster Disciples gangs are older enterprises than Microsoft or
>You can see those names on police blotters this summer, but they may
>be names that smaller gangs just put on like a baseball cap. The word
>most people now use is "cliques."