The 25 most dangerous neighborhoods

NeighborhoodScout pored over mountains of data and found the epicenters of violent crime in America. The results may surprise you.

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Jun 25, 2013 2:36PM
They should put the ethnicity percentages of each neighborhood.  I think you would see a pattern.
Jun 25, 2013 3:51PM
Take out the democratic controlled areas and look again....
Jun 25, 2013 4:55PM
is there a connection between Democrats running the government in Chicago and Detroit and the crime rate? no wonder Obama left Chicago.
Jun 25, 2013 4:25PM
Jail cell, sickle cell , its in the blood
Jun 25, 2013 4:18PM

wow no Los Angeles or Oakland. Way to clean up your act  California. (just enough not to make this list of course)

Jun 26, 2013 11:54AM
Unfortunately, you will never see this data and the ethnicity relation on the national news.  They cover this stuff up.  They would rather drive us nuts with the Zimmerman trial, than show black on white violence.  There are so many people that have never heard 4 month old the story of the black thugs in Brunswick Ga that shot a 13 month old baby in the head point blank because they couldn't get money form the baby's mom.  Despicable!
Jun 26, 2013 11:32AM

They should just summarize by saying that any predominantly black neighborhood has much more crime than white neighborhoods.  Evolved and civilized versus non-evolved and uncivilized, period.

Jun 25, 2013 3:08PM
No North Minneapolis? aka little Chicago
Jun 25, 2013 5:50PM
If I had to live in one of those miserable states, I'd probably go crazy and kill someone too! MOVE PEOPLE!
  Thank goodness that I still live in an area in Colorado where you don't even have to worry about locking your doors. Of course, if you sneak in at night, I'll shoot you, but that is allowable in Colorado.

Jun 26, 2013 10:00AM

Chicago & Detroit each have 4

WoW, what a surprise  !

Jun 26, 2013 11:28AM

Oh geez, naïve me, I thought it was the rednecks shooting everyone.  My mistake.  Obamaland,

such a peaceful place.


Jun 26, 2013 2:13PM
It isn't surprising that Detroit is the number 1, 2 and 3 cities for crime. But there is something that all of those cities have in common and it is the people who live there. It is the burden to the world welfare sucking lazy dope dealing scum that you know it is. The people who feel they are entitled to everything and the ones who the Democrats suck up to because they can get their votes if more government money is dumped on them. The only reason that New Orleans isn't on the list is because all of these useless people were moved out after Katrina. They found it easier to rob and sell dope and get welefare in their new locations and didn't go back to New Orleans. That is why Houston is on that list. What we need to do is get rid of our current government, get rid of all of the social programs and give-a-ways and the blood sucking parasites will die off because they do not know how to do anything for themselves. They are so used to having the government spoon feed them. There should be no more free rides.
Jun 26, 2013 8:05AM
"The results may surprise you.".... per last sentence..Ummmmm..No.
Jun 26, 2013 1:38PM
It's all the black areas of cities, with a few Hispanic parts thrown in too.

#24 is no "surprise"'s the black area of Tulsa Oklahoma, and if you look it up on Google maps, Booker T. Washington high is dead center in this neighborhood.

Last time MSN re-tread this story, they had the hoods up closer so you could see street names, after the comments last time, they backed out so you can't read anything. can find out for yourself.

Where minority Democrats abound, you have high crime.
Jun 25, 2013 10:11PM
This is a recycled article.  I recall an article remarkably similar to this one was in the MSN website a month or so ago. 
And I find it amusing seeing the Farmers Insurance ads placed in this webpage of Dangerous Neighborhoods.
Jun 25, 2013 5:52PM

If they don't get Camden, NJ on that list, then I call BS...  But then again, if they're going by uniform crime reports, perhaps that's the problem.  Camden, NJ has dissolved their police department in it's entirety now, and figures the Camden county cops can cover the whole city.  There's no local PD of which to speak of anymore, to fill out crime reports, and report them up, and as to the county cops, umm well...  To say they have their hands full, would be to put it mildly now...


I s'pose if some of the murderers and drug dealers from Camden, NJ cross the Delaware and how up in Philadelphia on the south side, the Phila cops could then take care of the spillover, but otherwise, if they cross back, there is that pesky issue of jurisdiction.

Jun 26, 2013 1:59PM
Didn't see Miami anywhere. I guess I can wear my big & thick gold chain down the street again.
Jun 25, 2013 4:51PM
It is interesting that Washington, D. C., home of the Washington Taliban is not listed.  They got all them sekert services peoples and them polices and them Homeland sekerties peoples and them ... all them other peoples in them laws forecemints agencies to pretek them Washington Taliban peoples so they can send the hard earned money of the American people to other countries and call it "aid!"  People here need "aid" but they don't get it.  Countries that hate us, apparently, get "aid" instead of the ones who work for the "aid" that is given to other countries by the Washington Taliban.  Maybe not in "violent crime" but the most dangerous city in the country, in my opinion, is Washington, D.C., home of the Washington Taliban. They have almost destroyed us!!!
Jun 26, 2013 10:15AM
Hmmm...  NOT one in NYC or Cali....  Damned Liberals!
Jun 25, 2013 10:49PM
Isn't there some correlation between obama's stash (recall the news story several years ago),and crime.
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