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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.

Fox 2's Huel Perkins hosts a panel on 'Let it Rip' to talk about this ongoing problem that appears to be getting worse.

Play the video to get perspective from Fox 2's Charlie LeDuff, Wayne County Circuit Court Judge Vonda Evans, Detroit Police Officer and manager of the website "Detroit Uncovered" and Fox 2 legal analyst Charlie Langton.

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