Baltimore Will No Longer Prosecute Low Level Crimes

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Black Conservative Perspective
Black Conservative Perspective
5 months ago

Do yall think this is a good idea or bad idea?!

Jackie Chiles
Jackie Chiles
5 months ago

Are we surprised? They allowed a kid who had 272 unexcused absences in his first 3 years of high school to advance to 12th grade.

John Ware Junior
John Ware Junior
5 months ago

On the prostitution front, I am for full legalization with reasonable regulation of prostitution. It has been a missed opportunity to save money with local law enforcement and provide added tax revenue.

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oom
5 months ago

Love this channel! Go ahead… makes me think.

GrinderMagee
GrinderMagee
5 months ago

Interesting experiment? All they’re saying is Baltimore is broke and we don’t have enough willing people to police to actually enforce any of these laws

Freedom1
Freedom1
5 months ago

America is doomed. Democrats is slowly allowing America to decay. Now "low level" crimes pay.

Dominic Hawkins
Dominic Hawkins
5 months ago
Lowbrass64
Lowbrass64
5 months ago

Violent crime has always been a small slice of what police do. Even in the larger cities. People watch too much TV. I’ve been on the job for 12 years, and most citizens want their cops to enforce traffic laws and do something about the drug problem. You talk to people in the highest crime areas and they mostly want more policing, including for nuisance issues because this affects the quality of their communities. The people who want to see stuff like Mosby’s proposal are criminals and status seeking politicians. When you ignore the so-called little things people will feel more confident in committing the bigger things. Sound bail reform and sentencing guidelines that reflect modern criminal justice practices are fine, it don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater. FYI, I’ve investigated more than 1,000 traffic crashes, quite a few fatale and seriously injured people, and almost all of the bad ones involved excessive speed. So for people who think that cops write tickets for no reason, I invite you to do a ride along and see a mangled body for yourself. People generally obey traffic laws because of the fear of sanctions. Take that away and I pray your loved ones don’t become statistics to be reviewed a few years down the line when sensible people realize these policies make everyone less safe.

Joe Cooper
Joe Cooper
5 months ago

Well goodbye Baltimore.

2021 The Reckoning begins
2021 The Reckoning begins
5 months ago

I guess the same people who call marijuana a "gateway drug" don't apply the same theory to "gateway crimes". If you get away with small crimes you're far more likely to progress in your criminal actions. But what do I know? I'm just a dumb mechanic.

Garrett Davis
Garrett Davis
5 months ago

Dude, they vote it in that's what you get. NO SYMPATHY !!!! DON'T CRY FOR ME ARGENTINA !!!!!

Karen Markland
Karen Markland
5 months ago

Democrats . . . party of lawlessness. SMH!!!!!

Charity Blackwell
Charity Blackwell
5 months ago

lol

Vicki
Vicki
5 months ago

Mosby needs to have no protection and walk through the city by herself at around 8pm lets see what she has to say then…

Justino Garcia
Justino Garcia
5 months ago

‘ it’s her body’ !!!!!

Jones Lisa
Jones Lisa
5 months ago

As the saying goes
"You give an inch they take a mile".
How will someone ever learn if you keep giving in.
No one can get clean if they keep using drugs.
This causes major major issues.
Prostitution leads to diseases.
Traffic violaters violates the good drivers.
There are laws in place for a reason.
If this is allowed than crimes go up and people get away with other things as well.

Matt
Matt
5 months ago

How many of us, including me, and every toddler big enough to crawl around commit offenses that need initial pushback (discipline) that deters each of us from making it a way of life. This is going to embolden petty criminals and they will never have had a proper (slap on the wrist) that STOPS their walk down the wrong path. I believe many who live in a broken home (single parent) suffer from this lack of discipline or guidance from a person who they trust. Each person must be influenced by a person that they trust. At an early age or beginning of a life of crime is the EXACT time to stop it!!! This is when each of us look for guidance on who to follow. And with middle to upper class families there are numerous (Quality) people to choose to follow. In the more low income families there are more (Unsavory) slick talking – hip type characters that impressionable younger people follow. That's why many inner-city kids look up to rap stars and drug dealers as opposed to a mundane profession like teacher, truck driver, or nurse.

Otilia Tammie
Otilia Tammie
5 months ago
360whiplash
360whiplash
5 months ago

Baltimore is going to need a real life Charles Bronson to solve their crime problem.

Justino Garcia
Justino Garcia
5 months ago

Now the term “it’s her body “ has some consistency!!!!!!!
Hmmmm

Peter
Peter
5 months ago

Baltimore is going to go from a dangerous place to live to a third world country. Good job, Wokesters. Slow clap for you. 👏

Chicago is next.

Jay Trace
Jay Trace
5 months ago

Hey everybody! It’s the new Mogadishu!

Candice
Candice
5 months ago

So basically like a purge?

nunya bidness
nunya bidness
5 months ago

I just done a quick search and this woman is worth between 1 and 5 million dollars and just bought two houses in Florida in the last 6 months with a combined total worth of over $1000000 …who says crime don't pay.

jim ewok
jim ewok
5 months ago

if you make a blanket decision to not prosecute certain crimes, then they are no longer crimes

nunya bidness
nunya bidness
5 months ago

6 years ago she stood back and watch the city burn and told the police to do nothing and became a millionaire because of it. Baltimore deserve what they get there is no other way to look at it.

Mother Twinkles
Mother Twinkles
5 months ago

Setting the stage for the lawlessness.

JimsPal
JimsPal
5 months ago

Not prosecuting 'low level' crimes will be the straw that breaks the camel's back in my opinion. Just as in California, they'll see an influx of 'low level' criminals because now it's a safe haven. Give me a break.

Seeing Isn’t Believing
Seeing Isn’t Believing
5 months ago

Why would they prosecute the folks who vote them in?😂😂😂😂

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