America's most dangerous cities

Based on FBI data, these population centers have the highest rates of murder, rape, aggravated assault and other violent crimes.

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Jul 11, 2013 8:23PM
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If the founding fathers could have seen into the future, they would have picked their own cotton.
Jul 11, 2013 11:07PM
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i wonder which city the 4 negroes who recently beat a white man to a pulp then threw him out in the traffic to die live in? i haven't seen any white people rioting over this egregious crime like the negroes will when zimmerman gets acquitted. thank you LBJ for the "great society" i want my tax money back. 
Jul 11, 2013 7:53PM
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What happened to Chicago? 4th of July had 12 killed, 60 more shot! 72 total is not news worthy? 
Jul 12, 2013 8:41AM
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The data from 2011 says that 91% of all black shootings were commited from other black criminals. So why all the fuss about Zimmerman trial? because it was a non black shooting a black person. White people are victims from blacks far more than whites on blacks. The media never wants to make the black community look bad (That would be racist to tell the truth). Yet all I hear is Blame white people for everything. If the black race would have progressed in society there would not be so much racism towards them.
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What do they have in common, aside from they are all black areas am having a hard time figuring it out.
Jul 11, 2013 8:12PM
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What is the common thread running through all of these cities? Lots of Trayvon's running wild in the streets....Need more Zimmermann's to take care of the problem....
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@press2 for English - Yes!  This angry old white guy has wondered what would be to day if we had won the War of Northern Aggression?

Yes to others who noted the one common thread running thru all the cities is the large Colored population. Top 10 or 20 would be the same thread.

It is a damned shame that the government has created a permanent underclass of dope addicts, prostitutes and sorry a$$ males who just want to impregnate the young girls and wak away. Where the hell are the responsible older people who have failed to jerk a knot in these young thugs a$$e$?

Jul 11, 2013 7:44PM
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I thought Chicago would have been on the list. But, the city most dangerous to the country, I think, would have to be Washington, D. C.  The Taliban has apparently taken over and it seems intent upon destroying the country.
Jul 12, 2013 5:49AM
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Chicago Illinois has the toughest Gun Laws in the Country--Hmm didnt work--yet they drool over you and your guns and will again one day demand them--say --hell no loud and clear
Jul 12, 2013 5:41AM
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How about we never consider Amnesty again until all the vetrans disabilty claims are Approved--How about America first Illegals from all COUTRYS GET THE HELL OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jul 11, 2013 8:17PM
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what about chicago?  doesn't  even rank here.  obamacized again.
Jul 11, 2013 10:00PM
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All run into the ground by democrats...  All composed of the 47% leech class...

 

BTW, this weekends Murder Over/under is 9.5 for Chicago.  Last weekend there were 13 KIA and 72 wounded.    The bookies have found there is a lot of action on the murder count.  It seems like a low number given the weather will be nice.  Bet the over, Chicago's mayor is an imbecile in the Obama mold. 

Jul 11, 2013 8:03PM
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Just what the government ordered.
I only wish Lyndon Johnson could be reincarnated to live in one of these rat-holes.

Jul 11, 2013 10:17PM
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It's not 'poverty' that's killing these cities.
Jul 11, 2013 9:50PM
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If poverty was responsible for crime, there would have been a huge crime wave during the great depression....didn't happen!  They had nearly a third of the entire population out of work.  People literally starved to death.
With public education being a disaster, we are building a permanent underclass.  Today businesses don't have jobs for the functionally illiterate.  Until we have choice in education, parents will continue to send kids to unsafe schools where they don't learn and will likely drop out.  Public education is a monopoly and they never produce a quality product at an affordable price.
How many of those states have a license to carry?
Jul 11, 2013 8:05PM
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I wonder what would happen today, with all this minority violence, had the south won?
Jul 11, 2013 7:59PM
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I hear they're bringing in the national guard to chicago to help out with the gun violence. Not sure what they can do. They should just fill fire trucks with napalm and drive around squirting it all around. The second "great chicago fire". Wouldn't be any more shootings at least.
Jul 11, 2013 9:26PM
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How many times can MSN recycle this one?
Jul 11, 2013 7:38PM
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WHAT DO ALL OF THESE CITIES HAVE IN COMMON?  THAT'S RIGHT, THEY HAVE LITTLE OLD JAPANESE WOMEN LIVING IN THEM.. THEY MUST COMMIT ALL THE CRIMES, RIGHT?
Jul 11, 2013 9:38PM
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there goes msn again messing up sheeeeiti  Chicago has had more days where 70 people have been shot and killed than any other city in the US  and that ant dangerous? i'd rather live in flint if I had too choose between the two it is a hell of a lot safer

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