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New Hampshire Murder Rate Increases In 2005

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Devonai, Jan 9, 2006.

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  1. Devonai

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    Most weren't even gun-related.

    Eight of those (40%) were domestic violence, and in earlier articles I read, some of those and the others were directly attributable to heroin coming in through Massachusetts, because MA is all into revolving-door justice and not punishing dealers.

    There's your source of violence.
     
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    Mass. politicos have been complaining that guns from NH are responsible for all of their crime. Since NH failed to institue Massh@l3 style gun control to please them, they decided to send some druggies your way.
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    "some of those and the others were directly attributable to heroin coming in through Massachusetts, because MA is all into revolving-door justice and not punishing dealers."

    Hmmm. Menino blames Boston crime on NH guns, and now we hear someone blaming NH crime on Mass. drugs.
    Come on gents. The criminal is to blame.
    JT
     
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    It was those sneaky evil malicious dangerous terrible awful hand guns from Taxachussets, I'll bet. Must've been.
     
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