Seattle’s Recipe for More Crime

“I’ll take ‘How to increase crime’ for $1000, Alex.” What is Seattle doing to get repeat criminals off the streets?

“No bail” is the phrase of the day. Charging people bail is unfair. Or something. So in King County (Seattle) the same people are arrested again and again, sometimes at great risk to police or the public at large.

“I have panic attacks all the time because of it,” Alicia Bomer said.

Bomer says she will never be the same.

In which she recounts being carjacked by a guy who had committed several crimes earlier in the month, but was let out with (can you guess?) No Bail.

So how is what she went through fair?

They must be taking notes from Chicago.

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4 thoughts on “Seattle’s Recipe for More Crime

  1. “in King County (Seattle) the same people are arrested again and again, sometimes at great risk to police or the public at large.”

    The proper response to any attack involves the rapid acceleration of high density metals on a vector terminating in the attacker’s center of mass or central nervous system. (multiple times, until the threat is neutralized) Contact with the communications office of the local constabulary should occur at the safest possible moment, but no sooner.

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  2. There is no limit to the stupidity coming out of those leftist enclaves, is there? Seattle, Chicago, San Francisco, El Lay…

    So it’s either stupidity or malice, as in deliberately trying to destroy themselves. That’s not an Exclusive OR; it could be both.

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  4. “The proper response . . .” Yeah, but if you do that they’ll throw you in jail. Anarcho-tyranny in action.

    It’s malice. Macaulay’s famous quote comes to mind: “The puritan hated bear baiting, not because it gave pain to the bear, but because it gave pleasure to the spectators.” The left loves the homeless crapping in the street because it is a big middle finger to traditional society.

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