Turn In Your Neighbor For Owning Guns in NJ And Get $1000

KRSOne

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Sounds more like something from communist Russia but its just more from the worst state in the union.

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MayrMeninoCrash

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Chris Christie is the most anti-gun Governor ever? Hope everyone is taking notes for 2016!
 

OccupyWackbag

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Hey dummy just about every city in every state has this. It's traditionally called Crimestoppers. You provide information that helps in ANY crime you get a reward. Oh and contrary to what you believe owning an illegal weapon is a crime. Law abiding citizens don't own weapons illegally.
 

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Chris Christie is the most anti-gun Governor ever? Hope everyone is taking notes for 2016!
Jesus you're just as dumb as KRSone. An initiative in the city of Newark created by the cities Mayor and his cabinet has to do with Christie how?
 

KRSOne

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Hey dummy just about every city in every state has this. It's traditionally called Crimestoppers. You provide information that helps in ANY crime you get a reward. Oh and contrary to what you believe owning an illegal weapon is a crime. Law abiding citizens don't own weapons illegally.
No such thing as an illegal gun. We have a 2nd and guns are legal. Let me guess you're from new shitty?
 

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This will never work:

Proof: I went undercover as a black man during the height of the crack epidemic in 1980's Newark. "Snitches get Stitches" mentality is in full effect to this day.

Although I'm glad i don't have to worry about getting shot up whilst slangin' on the corner, i do miss the sounds and scents of the city (BBBWs yelling at their kids, gunshots, garbage juice and the aroma of chitlins and collared greens coming out of the windows.)
 

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Chris Christie is the most anti-gun Governor ever? Hope everyone is taking notes for 2016!
What does the mayor of Newark have to do with the govenor of the state?
 

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No such thing as an illegal gun. We have a 2nd and guns are legal. Let me guess you're from new shitty?
You are the perfect example of the irrational idiots that give anti-gun assholes more leverage and power.
 

KRSOne

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You are the perfect example of the irrational idiots that give anti-gun assholes more leverage and power.
Chicago and DC gun bans didn't reduce crime or make anyone safer. The anti gun nuts don't need anything other than their wacky anti liberty beliefs.
 

fletcher

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Chicago and DC gun bans didn't reduce crime or make anyone safer. The anti gun nuts don't need anything other than their wacky anti liberty beliefs.
But this isnt about gun bans, retard. This is a crimestopper program, there is a HUGE difference between the two.
 

OccupyWackbag

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Chicago and DC gun bans didn't reduce crime or make anyone safer. The anti gun nuts don't need anything other than their wacky anti liberty beliefs.
What are you bablling about? What does that shit have to do with this. Outright ban of guns is bullshit and illegal, offering a reward for turning in criminals is not.
 

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Sounds more like something from communist Russia but its just more from the worst state in the union.

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Considering the neighborhoods that Booker is talking about, I don't blame him for adopting this policy.
 

KRSOne

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Those strict anti 2nd laws are doing wonders in NJ....

In wake of police layoffs, Newark murder rate soars as violent crime increases

NEWARK — Three fatal shootings in the last two days pushed Newark’s homicide total to 29 this year, a 71 percent jump in killings compared with the same period in 2010, as violent crime surges following police layoffs.

Between Jan. 1 and April 17, Newark has seen marked increases in homicides, shootings and thefts, while overall crime rose by 21 percent compared with the same time last year, according to Newark’s quarterly crime statistics obtained by The Star-Ledger.
Several of the most recent slayings claimed the lives of innocent bystanders, including a 49-year-old man who was shot several times outside of a chicken restaurant in the South Ward late on Easter Sunday, authorities said.

The report shows Newark has suffered steady increases in violent crime and property crime since the city laid off 167 police officers in November. Between Jan. 1 and April 17, shootings increased from 56 to 72 and robberies jumped from 418 to 462. Auto thefts saw the sharpest rise, leaping by 39 percent, from 743 in 2010 to 1,035 during the same time this year, according to the report.

A spokeswoman for the city administration, Esmeralda Diaz Cameron, said, "Our city has grown too strong in recent years to allow levels of violence to increase to where they were in 2006 and before. … We will continue to employ innovative policing measures to ensure that Newark will not accept anything less than strength, peace and security."

Police union leaders, who have frequently criticized the Booker administration since the layoffs, were quick to blame the crime spike on a lack of manpower.
"I think it just comes down to the people on the street. The bad guys know we’re not out there, and it has an effect on how they operate," said James Stewart Jr., vice president of Newark’s Fraternal Order of Police. "That’s why the shootings have increased dramatically, that’s why the homicides are up."

Stewart said the layoffs had made criminals more brazen, saying the lack of police manpower makes gang members and drug dealers more likely to carry weapons and to use them in the open.
While crime has increased, police productivity has also continued to slide. The total number of arrests made by city police officers between Jan. 1 and April 17 dipped by 22 percent compared with 2010, according to statistics, while the number of parking summonses and moving violations issued also dipped.

City police recorded 7,163 arrests between Jan. 1 and April 17 of this year, compared with 9,161 in 2010.

The trend continued a decline that started last year. Arrests and summons totals dropped in the second half of 2010, with some of the largest decreases coinciding with bitter and hostile negotiations between the unions and Booker’s administration.
Stewart said the lack of manpower leaves patrol officers on the defensive, responding to calls for help rather than actively trying to make arrests or issue summonses.
"Not that we had free time, but now you’re just going job, to job, to job," he said.

The latest killing came about 7 p.m. yesterday in the South Ward, police said. In a double shooting at Thorne Street and Evergreen Avenue, an unidentified man was shot in the face and soon died at the scene, while the second victim was expected to survive, police said.
In the same ward on Easter Sunday, two men were killed in a four-hour span. Shortly before 7 p.m., 24-year-old James Conn was shot several times in the 400 block of Clinton Avenue, less than a block from the Police Department’s newest precinct, said Thomas Fennelly, Essex County chief assistant prosecutor.

A half-mile away, Jamal Hedamy was shot outside of Crown Fried Chicken on Avon Avenue at 10:25 p.m., he said.

While a motive remains unclear in Conn’s death, Hedamy "did not appear" to be the target, said Fennelly, who said bystanders have fallen victim to violence several times in recent weeks.
The violent opening to 2011 is in stark contrast to last year, when the department enjoyed one of its most successful stretches in recent memory. Crime dropped 13 percent during the first three months of 2010 and Newark police crippled one of the city’s oldest drug havens in a massive raid at Academy Spires apartments.
Its all the 2nds fault. It has nothing to do with violent criminals being freed after 6 months. Maybe they wouldn't need so many cops if people could defend themselves and if violent criminals were kept in jail but no the cops have to keep arrestign the same guys over and over.
 

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But this isnt about gun bans, retard. This is a crimestopper program, there is a HUGE difference between the two.
Its only a crime to exercise your 2nd rights in a shit state like Jersey. Instead of turning people in they should just keep violent criminals in jail forever or take some notes from prisons in other countries that have low return rates because our prisons just turn petty criminals into monsters.
 
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I think having Kurt back is a great catalyst for the board.
 

OccupyWackbag

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Its only a crime to exercise your 2nd rights in a shit state like Jersey.
That funny. I know a ton of people, my step father included, who own weapons in the Garden state. non of them are sitting in jail. Does Jersey have strict gun laws yes. It is unfortunate. But speaking honestly doesn't support your idiotic causes so you embellish and lie.
 

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Its only a crime to exercise your 2nd rights in a shit state like Jersey. Instead of turning people in they should just keep violent criminals in jail forever or take some notes from prisons in other countries that have low return rates because our prisons just turn petty criminals into monsters.
Christ almighty you are all over the map tonight. If you legally own your firearm and your neighbor calls to try to cash in guess what, they wont get shit. If you dont legally own your firearm guess what, you are going to be in a world of shit. Same thing goes for automobiles, if you dont legally own it, tough shit. Since we are venturing into hyperbolic territory you cant own a pet turtle in the state either. Stop trying to draw correlations between things that dont fucking match up.
 

KRSOne

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Christ almighty you are all over the map tonight. If you legally own your firearm and your neighbor calls to try to cash in guess what, they wont get shit. If you dont legally own your firearm guess what, you are going to be in a world of shit. Same thing goes for automobiles, if you dont legally own it, tough shit. Since we are venturing into hyperbolic territory you cant own a pet turtle in the state either. Stop trying to draw correlations between things that dont fucking match up.
Hah a world of shit? Does that mean a few months? And then when the criminal gets out and finally kills someone they create more gun laws? Great state you live in. Turtles and cars aren't a right, self defense is a natural right that has been around since cave man days when the weapons were rocks and sticks. Gun laws only affect the law abiding
 

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I don't like the idea of a state apparatus that gives people money and recognition for snitching on people for doing something that might not even be illegal. This seems to be ripe for totalitarian abuse.

God. One of these days we'll wake up and be as big of pussies as the British are.
 

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Hah a world of shit? Does that mean a few months? And then when the criminal gets out and finally kills someone they create more gun laws? Great state you live in.
So you are assuming that every illegally owned gun is going to end up killing someone? That is a bit of a stretch. An even further stretch is that every person in possession of an illegal firearm is going to murder someone. Keep jumping to conclusions, its doing wonders for your tin foil hat reputation.
 

KRSOne

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So you are assuming that every illegally owned gun is going to end up killing someone? That is a bit of a stretch. An even further stretch is that every person in possession of an illegal firearm is going to murder someone. Keep jumping to conclusions, its doing wonders for your tin foil hat reputation.
Again there is no such thing as an illegal gun. I would say its a 100% guarantee there will be people turned in that have no criminal record. I'll bet someone will be cleaning their guns outside in their backyard and get turned in.
 

OccupyWackbag

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Hold on and back up. I want to hear Kirks explanation for trying to shit on one place for doing this when it's been going on for decades EVERYWHERE in this country. Forget whether you agree with it or not. I'm just talking about Kirks stupidity. What say you Kirk!