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July 21, 2009

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Will there be a time when there is no crime and we all live as brothers caring for one and other?

Since Chief Bratton has turned the LAPD around and the consent decree lifted, we do not need to hire more cops and request financial disclosures from the gang and narcotic officers. The 50's are back. The chief is even going to start a new program that will predict where crime will happen. Lowest crime rate since the 1950's and honest cops with good relationships with the communities, there is sure to be an onslaught of people wanting to live in LA. The economy will surge and people will be able to buy houses again.The unemployment rate will be non-existent. You can feel safe in your homes and leave your doors unlocked. We now need to share the chief and the mayor with the world.

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