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Do you believe the Alliance of Guardian Angels can help reduce area crime?

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Yes46%
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No53%
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526 total votes

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1computer_rick(137 comments)posted 4 years ago

I personally don't think the YPD will put up with it. Especially if any of the Guardian Angels have concealed carry permits. Police as a rule do not like outside interferance in their jurisdictions.

Throw in a group that, as well intentioned as they may be, are in the eyes of the YPD, "civilians", well, I think they will have a harder time with the police than they will with the gangsters.

Nothing that will create paper, mind you. Just strongly worded "suggestions" that they please vacate, and leave the police work to the professionals.

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2paulydel(1361 comments)posted 4 years ago

These guys have been a help wherever they go and if your foolish enough to turn down the help then you deserve all the crime you get.

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3UnionForever(1470 comments)posted 4 years ago

Guns versus Red Berets - the guns win everytime. I just hope none of them get killed by the hoodrats while patrolling the streets of Youngstown.

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4Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 4 years ago

Any thing that helps . We need more then one thing to help out . Where is the tea party ? ??? Hiding under their rock with the other slime

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5mrblue(1111 comments)posted 4 years ago

As long as we have a bunch of attorneys that do nothing but plea bargain, nothing will change. Are you all enjoying your raises?

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6Stan(9923 comments)posted 4 years ago

The subculture will love the attention heaped upon them . . ..

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7justdance62(1 comment)posted 4 years ago

I read a letter in the Catholic Exponent signed by Ohio bishops to abolish the death penalty. I think these bishops live in a bubble with everything done for them. I can't see rehabilitating them when their minds are gone. I do agree hanging them on the square for all to see. Maybe Mr. Kasich would agree to this..

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8Morrigan(83 comments)posted 4 years ago

Sorry to be so cynical, but I think those red jackets and berets will simply be targets. I hope they can make a difference, but my fear is that they will become victims themselves. Our homegrown criminals don't think twice about pulling the trigger, damn the consequences. They should be wearing kevlar under those jackets.

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