TTAPR on December 7th, 2013

For those that think things are better on the otherside of the fishpond. I’ve been there, it’s not better. America should stop emulating policies and processes that repeatedly fail. This is what happens when police, school and communities are made powerless. A PLAY park in Walcot will be torn down by Swindon Council after residents [...]

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“Knockout” attacks have been reported in several states around the country and now investigators believe three people have been attacked in our area. Police in Lower Merion are investigating two attacks in the area, and Philadelphia detectives are investigating an attack in Northeast Philadelphia. Videos from cities around the country show people being punched and [...]

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A deadly “game” called “Knockout” is crossing the nation, in which they try to punch a randomly-selected person walking by on the street so hard with one blow that knocks them unconscious—but the results have sometime proven fatal. In the New York area in particular, there also seems to be an anti-Semitic motivation to some [...]

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TTAPR on September 25th, 2013

Opelousas police says 18 people are in custody following a fight at Opelousas High School. The fights started on the school campus around 7:15 a.m. Monday. McClendon said the department had been investigating gang activity in Opelousas, and they believe Monday’s outbreak may be gang related. Officer Jodi White says police are questioning witnesses and [...]

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TTAPR on October 1st, 2012

The blaming started moments after news broke of shots fired near Battle Creek Central High School. A 17-year-old allegedly fired a revolver into the air during an altercation about noon Friday just west of Central, a few hours before that school’s homecoming celebrations. The comment thread on the Enquirer’s Facebook page was heavy with ridicule [...]

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TTAPR on September 29th, 2012

Six juveniles thugs — the youngest 11, and the oldest 17 — nearly boxed in Dallas Watts, a 78-year-old man from East Toledo. Mr. Watts was on his way home from the nearby Gas Express Mart at Starr Avenue and White Street about 4:45p.m. Saturday when the boys approached him. One pointed at Mr. Watts [...]

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TTAPR on September 29th, 2012

Gangbangers in Chicago . . . what they say Some of the responses . . .“There’s no solution to the violence,” one gang member tells him. “Killing, killing is the solution.” Jacobson says he has been walking the blocks for many years, but the state of despair never changes – poverty, sticks and stains. The [...]

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Students at a high school in Victorville said violent fights have been breaking out between African-Americans and Latinos for the past two days. Rafael Muñoz said a group of people started the fights at Silverado High on Wednesday, which have poured out into the streets. “One person started fighting, then the other would jump in. [...]

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Apparently Georgia has implemented a tip hotline where people can report problems at Georgia’s youth detention centers in order to stop the violence at the centers. So now there’s a web site that will allow employees at state youth detention centers and the public to report complaints anonymously, the youth must be shaking in their crocs [...]

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So it turns out that the juvenile delinquent whose “stop-and-frisk” pistol-possession conviction was mindlessly overturned by an appeals court this week doesn’t just like to carry guns — he likes to shoot them, at people, too. And he was free to do just that because New York’s criminal-justice system fails to deal forcefully with aspiring homicidal [...]

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