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What to do about Detroit's out of control crime?

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In the past two weeks more than three-dozen people have been murdered in the city of Detroit.  During the same time period, there have been more than 150 shootings.  More than 150!

While politicians squabble about police budgets and what to do to solve the problem, people continue to die.

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