Thanks to Jeremy for these two news links.
1 dead, 1 injured in double shooting as West Baltimore violence continues, police say
Note in the photo in this news link of the scene, in the upper left hand corner, the house closest to the shooting has it's front window barred. In Baltimore, bars go on the corner house when burglary becomes common and in the middle of the row once the characteristics typically walking buy are likely to be armed and dangerous.
Drugs are being dealt more often from cars in Baltimore as the hunt for whitey heats up. So many young teens have gone into the business of attacking white people that drug gangs have had a hard time staffing corners with expendable infantry, so more adult players are being pulled into the firing line.
- Authorities investigate home invasion robbery
There are two notes to be made about the reporting here.
1. The man in the mask is not described. The media has become so skittish about reporting that black criminals are attacking people that not only do they decline to identify the race of the attacker but also decline to give any description!
2. On the plus side of the ledger, Baltimore City Police at least admit that this was a home invasion, where Baltimore County Police characterize such crimes as burglaries, robberies and assaults!
If you live in an urban area, within five city blocks of a majority black neighborhood, you must fortify your doors and windows with bars and always lock them.
I personally know of numerous recent crimes in Canton [a blue zone on our aggression map] that have not been reported in the media. There are some white crack heads that conduct burglaries in the area. But all of the violent crime has been conducted by blacks from Perkins Homes and the Patterson Park neighborhood. Despite West Baltimore being touted as the violent crime center, East Baltimore sees far more interracial crime, while the activity on the Westside is mostly about thugs beefing over turf, their hiphop image and customers.
Lowell Melser News Reporter, Meteorologist
WBAL | 2017-01-03T22:25:53.893131Z
An armed man walked right into someone's Canton home Monday and robbed at least one person before fleeing, city police said.
Police said the burglary turned into a home invasion robbery. They said it's not clear if the robber targeted the victims or if it was a crime of opportunity.
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