Tuesday, July 09, 2019

STL Suffers Crime Crisis, Too

A glimpse at the city across the Show-Me State that's also confronting a descent into violent chaos this year. Take a look:

'A Skid That St. Louis Has Never Seen' Could Be in City's Future, Advocate Warns

click to enlarge A leader of one of St. Louis' top anti-violence organizations says the metro area is headed for a catastrophic future if nothing is done. "I believe we have less than eighteen months before we hit a major skid, a skid that St.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

They’re number one in the country for murders and have been for a couple years now, why make a big deal out of it now unless you’re gonna call out the murderous black problem and how poorly the dummocraps run things that lead up to these problems. Killa shitty has the same problem with both and nobody is lifting a finger to do anything about it so......

Anonymous said...

Let's not forget the trendy white progs in the 'Lou who find it enlightening and uplifting to support and condone the ghetto lifestyle that has led to these horrendous statistics. If geezer crap eater actually had the joie de vivre he claims, he'd pack up at head for the 'Lou and be a proud pasty white prog in the shining City on the hill.

Anonymous said...

Early in 2018 the new black police chief of St Louis stated in a speech that of the 205 murders in St Louis in 2017 204 involved at least one black person.

Super Dave said...

The chief of the St. Louis Fire Department says paramedics have been so traumatized by the "bloodshed" they have seen on the job that they are quitting faster than he can replace them.

KMOX reports that Fire Chief Dennis Jenkerson says the nature of his medical personnel's runs is taking a toll.

Jenkerson says 20 of the 55 paramedic positions in the city are vacant. The chief says that during a 12-hour shift, a paramedic might go on 15 emergency calls, and plenty of those have involved gunshot scenes with young victims.