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    Iona Gaels recruit Michael Haynes shot and killed in Chicago - ESPN

    didn't know where to put this. tragic. he was going to be a teammate of Tavon Sledge next year.



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    Re: Former Indian Hills CC player killed

    Quote Originally Posted by CYVADER View Post
    Iona Gaels recruit Michael Haynes shot and killed in Chicago - ESPN

    didn't know where to put this. tragic. he was going to be a teammate of Tavon Sledge next year.
    200+ people have been murdered this year in Chicago .



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    Re: Former Indian Hills CC player killed

    Quote Originally Posted by 4429 mcc View Post
    200+ people have been murdered this year in Chicago .
    that number is depressing.



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    Chicago is a warzone. I'm convinced the authorities are just letting the gang bangers shoot each other to keep the numbers down. It's a shame when children and non gang bangers are caught up in the violence.


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    Hot summer + high unemployment = bad things man

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    Plus the fact that Chicago has the strictest gun control laws in the country...so the only ones with guns are criminals.

    Ya don't see this happening in Texas where nearly half the population, if not more, is packing heat.

    Just my .02



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    Re:Former Indian Hills CC player killed

    Chicago's more pressing problems are chicken restaurants.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclonepride View Post
    Chicago's more pressing problems are chicken restaurants.
    LMAO!



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    Re: Former Indian Hills CC player killed

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclonepride View Post
    Chicago's more pressing problems are chicken restaurants.



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    Re: Former Indian Hills CC player killed

    Quote Originally Posted by CYUL8R View Post
    Plus the fact that Chicago has the strictest gun control laws in the country...so the only ones with guns are criminals.

    Ya don't see this happening in Texas where nearly half the population, if not more, is packing heat.

    Just my .02
    Dallas now has third highest crime rate of cities with over a million people | City Hall Blog

    Last year, Dallas shed its title as the U.S. city of more than 1 million with the highest crime rate. That position, which Dallas held for at least 10 years, went to San Antonio. Houston was No. 3.
    Let's recap. Among cities with more than 1 million population, Dallas, San Antonio, and Houston are 1-2-3. What were you saying about the great state of Texas?



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    Re: Former Indian Hills CC player killed

    Quote Originally Posted by CYUL8R View Post
    Plus the fact that Chicago has the strictest gun control laws in the country...so the only ones with guns are criminals.

    Ya don't see this happening in Texas where nearly half the population, if not more, is packing heat.

    Just my .02
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    Re: Former Indian Hills CC player killed

    Quote Originally Posted by klamath632 View Post
    Dallas now has third highest crime rate of cities with over a million people | City Hall Blog



    Let's recap. Among cities with more than 1 million population, Dallas, San Antonio, and Houston are 1-2-3. What were you saying about the great state of Texas?
    Uh, crime rate and gun violence are not the same. Not saying I agree with either side, just saying.



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    Re: Former Indian Hills CC player killed

    Quote Originally Posted by klamath632 View Post
    Dallas now has third highest crime rate of cities with over a million people | City Hall Blog



    Let's recap. Among cities with more than 1 million population, Dallas, San Antonio, and Houston are 1-2-3. What were you saying about the great state of Texas?

    Gun control is not crime control.
    20% of U.S. VIOLENT Crime occurs in 4 cities: New York, Chicago, Washington D.C., & Detroit. These cities have near prohibition laws regarding handgun ownership.


    In 1997 the United Kingdom passed one of the strictest gun-control laws in the world, banning its citizens from owning almost all types of handguns. Britain seemed to get safer by the minute, as 162,000 newly-illegal firearms were forked over to British officials by law-abiding citizens.


    But this didn't decrease the amount of gun-related crime in the U.K. In fact, gun-related crime has nearly doubled in the U.K. since the ban was enacted.



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    Re: Former Indian Hills CC player killed

    Quote Originally Posted by 4429 mcc View Post
    250+ people have been murdered this year in Chicago .
    Updated. The body count increases daily. Projects to over 400 by the end of the year.


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    Re: Former Indian Hills CC player killed

    Quote Originally Posted by RotatingColumn View Post
    Gun control is not crime control.
    20% of U.S. VIOLENT Crime occurs in 4 cities: New York, Chicago, Washington D.C., & Detroit. These cities have near prohibition laws regarding handgun ownership.


    In 1997 the United Kingdom passed one of the strictest gun-control laws in the world, banning its citizens from owning almost all types of handguns. Britain seemed to get safer by the minute, as 162,000 newly-illegal firearms were forked over to British officials by law-abiding citizens.


    But this didn't decrease the amount of gun-related crime in the U.K. In fact, gun-related crime has nearly doubled in the U.K. since the ban was enacted.



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    Gun Control Isn't Crime Control - ABC News

    The assertion was made in this thread that in places where "half the people are packing," they will keep crimes from being committed. I'm merely throwing a well-deserved bucket of water on that nonsense.



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