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January 18, 2021

Los Angeles Violent Crime Rate Skyrockets in First Weeks of 2021

Los Angeles, CA – In a series of tweets, the Los Angeles Police Department announced a shocking surge in violent crime statistics just over two weeks into the new year.

Homicides in South LA, the LAPD Twitter account said, are up 150% over this time last year. Police said that the South LA area accounts for around 42% of the total homicides. Additionally, the number of victims shot in South LA are up and astonishing 742%.

Shootings are up 234% in the area, which accounts for 65% of the shootings in the entire city. So far this year, 130 illegal firearms have been recovered off the streets in South LA, and 105 arrests have been made for “possession of [...]

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December 15, 2020

Los Angeles District Attorney Seeks to Drop Enhancements on Cop Killer’s Charges

Los Angeles, CA – Local news affiliate Fox 11 has confirmed that Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon’s office is looking to drop the special circumstance allegations and gun enhancements against a double murder suspect. One of the suspect’s alleged victims was a police officer.

Removing the enhancements from the suspect’s sentence would make him eligible for parole at some point, something he currently is not eligible for.

In June of 2019, a Utah man, Rhett Nelson, walked up to an off duty Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Deputy, Joseph Gilbert Solano, at a Jack in the Box in Alhambra and shot him in the back of the head. [...]

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November 5, 2020

Oregon Decriminalizes Narcotics, California Allows Felons to Vote and More

As a side note to the hotly contested federal election that will likely drag out for weeks, if not months in legal challenges, a slew of new legislations have been passed into law this week in several states.

In a move wrapped in the guise of helping addicts, the state of Oregon this week passed a law that may have law enforcement in the state scratching their heads.

Oregon voters passed a law decriminalizing the possession of multiple drugs, such as Heroin, Cocaine, and Meth, passing the “Drug Addiction Treatment and Recovery Act” with a 59-41% majority voting in favor of the new law.

The new law covers drugs in the amount of less than 1 gram of [...]


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