November 17, 2005

Criminal Katrina evacuees take their crime to other cities!

by @ 4:03 pm. Filed under Nuts on Parade

You can take a thug out of the hood, but you can’t take the hood out of the thug! And no I’m not saying all Katrina evacuees are thugs. I’m not even saying 25% of them are thugs. But sadly, way too many of them are thugs!

I knew that this would happen. I was just wondering if any news agency would have the guts to actually report it! ABCNews was willing to take the ball on this one.

ABC News: After Katrina, New Orleans Crime Moves to Other Cities

New Orleans police say they have never seen so much peace and quiet on the city’s streets.

Since Hurricane Katrina forced most of the residents to relocate, police say, the daily shootings and killings have stopped.

“This was the most lethal criminal underclass in the United States,” said Dr. Peter Scharf, director of the University of New Orleans Center for Society, Law and Justice. “We were heading for a murder rate of 72 per 100,000. New York City is at seven.”

Warren J. Riley, New Orleans’ acting superintendent of police, says the drug dealers and gangs evacuated with the residents and haven’t returned.

Crime Wave Spreads

By some estimates, hardcore criminals in New Orleans numbered in the tens of thousands, and they’re now living in other cities ? Baton Rouge, Dallas, Atlanta, and Houston.

Houston Police Chief Harold Hurtt says crime is up in neighborhoods where large numbers of evacuees have settled.

In Georgia, police have been busy busting alleged New Orleans drug dealers trying set up shop in and around Atlanta.

This is exactly what happens when people are allowed to move in mass to other cities and law enforcement knows that they are coming from a city with a high criminal presence, but those police in the host cities are unable to do criminal checks on entering evacuees! They were not able to do criminal checks because areas that tried had their hands tied by Liberal “Civil Rights” groups that would not allow it and found legal support for their efforts!

Everyone is trying very hard to help the evacuees. As was pointed out by blogger The Political Pit Bull, people are giving them an outpouring that will surpass any other. And the vast majority of evacuees are law abiding people. However, there needs to be a better way to identify criminals entering a city in mass! We know way too many evacuees were on parole or had long criminal records and simply left areas like New Orleans with no forwarding address. Law enforcement needs to be given a means to protect citizens in host cities. By being able to screen masses entering that city before the criminals in the bunch can setup shop! And I’m sure the good people leaving areas like New Orleans would be glad that the thugs are filtered out! It only helps them in their efforts to get back on their feet!

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5 Responses to “Criminal Katrina evacuees take their crime to other cities!”

  1. brooklyn Says:

    Sad to say but the biggest suprise in all this is the fact that ABC news covered this. The criminal element among the New Orleans refugees has been encouraged by an environment that asked nothing of them.

  2. IndependentConservative Says:

    Speaking of ABCNews and surprises, check this one out: To ABC’s Surprise, Katrina Victims Praise Bush and Blame Nagin

  3. brooklyn Says:

    Yeah I downloaded the lady’s response to see it for myself. The “reporter” was obviously goading the lady on and trying to get her to say something negative about Bush.

  4. Independent Conservative Says:

    Katrina bus hero busted on heroin charges!

    Jabar Gibson was caught with dope and has a long criminal history! He said the “bus experience” helped him turn his life around. I guess not!

  5. Independent Conservative Says:

    2,000 Katrina evacuee sex offenders unaccounted for.

    These are the kinds of things that happen when it is “illegal” for a receiving state to screen evacuees that they accept!

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