Tulsa homicide numbers pass previous year

Tulsa's homicide numbers this year have already surpassed the numbers for 2012.

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MIA Darwinism - 10/1/2013 7:00 AM
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Either way, keep letting them kill each other. It is unfortunate when innocent people get dragged into the mix, but for the most part it is just the normal for the criminals. They kill each other and thin out the herd. It's always the same story though when covered by the news stations. The deceased was a rising star, doing nothing wrong but being in the wrong place at the wrong time etc. etc. etc., Yet you don't see these same antic's going on in South Tulsa or B.A. or Jenks. You see it in East Tulsa where the neighbor hoods are turning into Illegal Immigrant overrun, over stuffed houses and apartments. Then there is North Tulsa where you can't even have a grocery store open more then 24 hours before it is getting robbed. Yet you whine and cry when no businesses want to open up shop in your area and you cry foul and racism. Then there is West Tulsa, same story as the rest. You wonder why you pay higher prices in South Tulsa, why it cost's so much more to live in area's like B.A., Bixby, Jenks and South Tulsa, it's because we work, we value our possessions and our safety. We choose to work, we choose to pay higher prices for security and freedom. Yes there are issues all over but you can see the truth when you look at the demographic of the area you live in.

Mayor Maynot - 9/30/2013 2:24 PM
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Dirty Sermon (aka Unwashed mASS) Been doin ridealongs with gangbangers

Unwashed Mass - 9/30/2013 10:22 AM
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Do these numbers include the increase of police shootings of citizens? We never hear of them afterward because they never go to trial.
 
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