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Old 01-05-2013, 05:37 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by nstygma View Post
what do you think about his ending statement: "improve poverty level, create jobs, improve the education system, that is how you're gonna reduce violent crimes in those neighborhoods."

does being poor, uneducated, and unemployed make a person commit crime?
if not, what is the cause behind violent crime?
sure as hell aint magazines and offensive youtube videos.
Haven't we been pouring money galore into education to improve it and we keep getting these shootings from kids that attended these schools? Guess this is the results.
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