Saturday, February 9, 2013

A Poorer San Bernardino, and a More Dangerous One, Too

New York Times Report 
Five months after San Bernardino filed for bankruptcy — the third California city to seek Chapter 9 protections in 2012 — residents here are confronting a transformed and more perilous city.

After violent crime had dropped steadily for years, the homicide rate shot up more than 50 percent in 2012 as a shrinking police force struggled to keep order in a city long troubled by street gangs that have migrated from Los Angeles, 60 miles to the west.

“Lock your doors and load your guns,” the city attorney, James F. Penman, said he routinely told worried residents asking how they can protect themselves.

What guns?  Oh! You mean the guns the CA Government wants to keep you from owning!!  The new laws will have horrible consequences for the CA'ians.  I will predict the number of murders due to home invasions will increase in the coming years.

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