Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Show-Me Carjacking Missouri Crackdown

Tougher penalties for offenders hope to deter this crime trend as armed crooks stakeout a great many local streets. Read more:

Missouri lawmakers vow to go after carjackers, but not guns

ST. LOUIS (AP) - Republican legislators and Republican Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt on Tuesday laid out legislative priorities for 2020 aimed at fighting violent urban crime, but they made it clear that those priorities don't include stricter gun laws. Legislative leaders said they'll push for strengthening Missouri's carjacking statute and removing the requirement that forces St.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Back in the good old days they hung horse thieves.

Anonymous said...

^^and stupid people knew when to keep their mouths shut too.

Anonymous said...

^^Then practice what you preach jackoff!

Bring back hangings, sounds good to me.

Anonymous said...

^^It would sound good to you because you're a retard. thumb-sucking and a nap sound good to you too.

Anonymous said...

Now now Chimpy. We've talked about this. Your IQ is below even extremely retarded humans!

Anonymous said...

New technology will allow car owners to track their cars. But since cops are not allowed to chase felons it probably won't help. But it might allow car owners to take matters into their own hands.

Anonymous said...

^^says tommy tuffnuts, keyboard warrior!

Anonymous said...


Chimpy currently unavailable. He and several chimp friends who call themselves "The Weirds" are at a poo flinging party. Will be back soon to display what he learned.

Anonymous said...

I wish some ape would try to carjack me:45 right between the eyes then I’ll sue his worthless family to replace my drivers side window