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    Wotta surprise!

    Post  sinister_midget on Sun Jul 02, 2017 11:25 pm

    Too bad nobody could have predicted this!

    Well, except everybody with ¼ of a brain or more.

    REPORT: After Phoenix Dropped Sanctuary City Status, Crime Rate Fell

    When the City of Phoenix ended its sanctuary city status crime began to fall, the Arizona Police Association reports. Their statement contrasts sharply with politically motivated chiefs of police from around the country.

    “When we eliminated our sanctuary policy back in 2008, we saw crime, violent and stolen vehicles fall by 25 percent,” former Phoenix police officer and Executive Director of the Arizona Police Association Levi Bolton told Fox News Channel’s William La Jeunesse in an interview. “We saw a 20-year low crime rate. When we were allowed and had the discretion to contact our federal immigration partners, crime fell drastically.”

    Lajeunesse reported data from City-Data.com revealing that from 2008 to 2009, the murder rate in Phoenix dropped by 27 percent. Other crimes fell as well. Auto thefts fell by 36 percent, robberies 23 percent, thefts by 19 percent, burglaries by 14 percent, and assaults by 13 percent, the report states. The rates fell again in 2010, but by smaller numbers. The overall crime index fell by 20 percent the first year after the city’s policy change.

    Police chiefs around the country tout that sanctuary cities are safer than cities that actually turn criminal aliens over to immigration officials for removal from the country.

    There's no question that sanctuary cities foster crime. Especially from illegals who know they won't be turned in for deportation for mind-numbed political reasons.

    The vast majority of rapes and murders involving illegals have happened in sanctuary cities. (Raping a woman in front of her kids; raping little babies; raping preteens; one even raped a pregnant dog to death - you read that right.) And most of those have been perpetrated by people deported 2 or more times. Many of them were previously deported after serving time for crimes in other places. So they go to the cities they know they won't get kicked out from whenever they get stopped for a headlight out or something.

    The bill passed the other day (in the House; in the Senate those idiots might not pass it) states that an illegal deported once will get 5 years if they get picked up being here illegally again. My thing is, each time that should double because some of those will do their 5 years and come back figuring it's worth taking the chance on another 5. But make it 10 and some won't. Make the next one 20 and they might not even get out to try sneaking back another time.


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    Re: Wotta surprise!

    Post  JJRobinson on Mon Jul 03, 2017 7:32 am

    Good news....
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    Re: Wotta surprise!

    Post  Psycho144 on Mon Jul 03, 2017 9:08 am

    "Hooray"

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