Smoking a few of the perps will be a good deterrent.
I’m not familiar with that part of Florida - other than it’s near Orlando.
I’d have thought this area wouls be safe being that it’s far away from the crudy areas of Orlando.
Can anyone give me some details on this area?
Baffled, is he? I'd suggest a greater presence in the area, but that's just me.
He could help the civilians by organizing neighborhood watch groups led by LEOs.
He could open his gun range and allow citizens full access for practice. That way there'll be no long, drawn-out court procedings.
Free ammo for the neighbors would help.
Hopefully, the right people get hurt.
These brazen criminals love passive crime measures. They insure that they can strike quickly and get away before the police get the 911 call.
Most criminals aren't afraid of being caught. The get out on bail, got to court and get a light or suspended sentence. My greatest fear is that trial lawyers are flocking like buzzards, waiting for the first body to drop.
Paging Joe Horn and all like minded Americans!
We can spend money on all sorts of “worthwhile” governmental programs, as well as millions of people here illegally, but enough on public safety to protect our residents?
Good luck with the barbed wire. After my Washington, D.C. Capitol Hill house was burglarized for the third time, I tried to get barbed wire added to my backyard fence, only to be told that it is against the law in Washington, D.C. because “somebody might get hurt.” In other words, the criminals’ rights not to get hurt breaking into my property were more important than my right to be secure in my home. I moved to Virginia and have never looked back. Our Nation’s Capitol is designed for and run by criminals.
Blue City ping!
Let’s not forget that the term “crime ridden neighborhood” is now an official racist term!
let’s all be seeeeensative.