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-Lurid Crime Tales-
Baltimore: Violence rages despite new gun laws.
So here's how Baltimore's 10 days of gun violence from hell went: About 40 people shot, 16 of them fatally.

Baltimore police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts has decried the violence, as has Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. Several members of the Baltimore City Council have also weighed in. But, so far, there's been nothing but silence from the one group of politicians Baltimore citizens need to hear from.

That would be Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, who was mayor of Baltimore before he was elected governor. And it would be nice to hear from members of Baltimore's delegation to the state Legislature.

Posted by:Besoeker

#9  Fixed linky.
Posted by: swksvolFF   2013-07-05 13:38  

#8  saw this on The Wire
Posted by: Frank G   2013-07-05 13:22  

#7  Damn Few 12 - gun control

Not safe for work, school, church, kids, sensitive pets who understand english, ward heelers, or dandy lions.
Posted by: swksvolFF   2013-07-05 13:21  

#6  Meanwhile, Baltimore suffers from a corrupt and broken state disciplinary system. Broken system
Posted by: JohnQC   2013-07-05 12:38  

#5  Time to hand out wiffle bats and FAIL slips.
Posted by: swksvolFF   2013-07-05 12:15  

#4  A lot of the laws passed don't go into effect until January, 2014, as I understand it.
Posted by: badanov   2013-07-05 10:34  

#3  This is impossible. They have laws against this.
Posted by: gorb   2013-07-05 09:29  

#2  Smart Growth will end this urban crime wave. We must all move as quickly as possible. Take nothing with you, it will all be provided in Obamurbia.
Posted by: Besoeker   2013-07-05 07:58  

#1  I thought they were talking about Chicago. Another Democrat stranglehold area.
Posted by: Dale   2013-07-05 06:48