Thursday, July 13, 2006

D.C. Crime

Today, class, we will discuss criminal activity in D.C. conducted OUTSIDE of Congressional offices:

While Florida crime rates are dropping, the District of Columbia has declared a crime emergency "Alan Senitt, was attacked in the Georgetown area on Sunday, his throat was slit and police say the attackers attempted to rape his companion. It was the 13th homicide in the city this month. Robberies are up 14 percent, and armed assaults have jumped 18 percent in the past 30 days."

D.C., like Wisconsin, bans concealed-carry.

Of course, there's no connection between increasing criminal assaults, robberies, and rapes and the fact that law-abiding citizens are defenseless...


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