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Re: Man shot dead in Jersey City, marking second fatal shooting this week
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Is anyone else wondering where are those 900 cops Fulop talked about?

We saw most of them in attendance on Thursday evening at Fulop's 6th State of the City Ward B Speech-a-Thon.

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My wife and four year old daughter were half a block away and heard the shots in Lafayette Park which was crowded with kids! But hey, we have bicycle lanes! And we'll have a Science Hotel.


And a free, science-focused traditional school. Or, maybe it will be a charter school? Or, we don't really know? It's all so confusing. Luckily, the bike lanes are properly laid out in an interconnecting grid that gets you places you need to go.


How about you shit on where it's appropriate and call out JCPD for doing a piss poor job? It is their responsibility to protect and serve this city. The only time I see JCPD in Lafayette is when double parked (blocking the bicycle lane ) in front of Chico's or taking a nap on Manning & Maple.

There are way too many cops in JC that live in the suburbs, put in their 20, and cash out. Majority of them give two shits whether or not residents in Jersey City are being shot on daily basis.

it turns my stomach that the police department eats up ~20% of the city budget with this record.

http://www.cityofjerseycity.com/uploadedFiles/Budget2.pdf


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My wife and four year old daughter were half a block away and heard the shots in Lafayette Park which was crowded with kids! But hey, we have bicycle lanes! And we'll have a Science Hotel.


And a free, science-focused traditional school. Or, maybe it will be a charter school? Or, we don't really know? It's all so confusing. Luckily, the bike lanes are properly laid out in an interconnecting grid that gets you places you need to go.

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keeping those construction sites safe!

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Is anyone else wondering where are those 900 cops Fulop talked about?

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My wife and four year old daughter were half a block away and heard the shots in Lafayette Park which was crowded with kids! But hey, we have bicycle lanes! And we'll have a Science Hotel.

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What excuse is Fulop going to use for this act of violence?
He blamed the last murder on bail reform. Maybe his propaganda
minister Jen Morill will come up with something better.


After she [Ms. Mor__ ] is done calling Child Protective Services ?? OOPS...getting confused trying to keep up, Victim being over 18yrs. old doesn't Qualify.

There is always the Old Standby of Warmer than Usual WEATHER Conditions ....

OtherWise Engaged hasn't been claimed yet.


Pretty certain DYFS was contacted because one of the shooting victims was 13 and both were certainly under 18.

And hey, when you get a sec: recognizing proper nouns

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What excuse is Fulop going to use for this act of violence?
He blamed the last murder on bail reform. Maybe his propaganda
minister Jen Morill will come up with something better.


After she [Ms. Mor__ ] is done calling Child Protective Services ?? OOPS...getting confused trying to keep up, Victim being over 18yrs. old doesn't Qualify.

There is always the Old Standby of Warmer than Usual WEATHER Conditions ....

OtherWise Engaged hasn't been claimed yet.

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What excuse is Fulop going to use for this act of violence?
He blamed the last murder on bail reform. Maybe his propaganda minister Jen Morill will come up with something better.


They need to address the gang problem. We are currently at 36 shooting victims (I am only counting victims, actual shootings are 40+) with 2 days left in March. Previous years have averaged 22/23 victims January to April. At this pace we might double that before hitting May and shootings already have been up the last couple years in a row.

These mini gang wars have been popping up more and more frequently, those involved have been getting younger and the time the shootings occur have been getting earlier with less time passing between retaliation. I'm sure I'm not the only one that has noticed this.

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Mayor Fulop [b]w/ City Paid Minions in Tow are way TOO BUSY
either
attending Kelly Conway-born in NJ, 'Deflection PlayBook' Re-Fresher Workshops
or
making HIS Public Appearances Around Town SAFE....

-while he Hijacks Slumlord JCTogether Rally TO LEAD THE MARCH, bearing Citations by the 100,s ..after 3-1/2 yrs. of being MIA
-Grandstands 4 Election Year Photo-Ops, TAKING CREDIT for OPW [Other People's Work-Product],
-Delivers SIX [6] State of the City UNI_Directional 'Infomercial' Addresses instead of ONE....[A Case Study in HOW TO Campaign at Taxpayer Expense as An 'Incumbent Perk' Home Advantage]
or
-simply diverts City Workers from their Critical Job Functions & Higher Priorities
to Populate the Rooms of his Fundraisers...& other Public Appearances

-& particular to City Councilpersons, truncates Caucus Meetings causing the 6+ Hour Runaway Train Chaos 2nd reading 3/22/17 of 16 Acres Land-Give-Away [shown here Un-Edited ::: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-1a8kBaHCo

-& Particular to JCPD to ensure that his Executive Order Transgender City Hall Bathroom usage mandate is complied with !

THESE ARE BUSY TIMES IN Fulop's POLITICAL TIMELINE/QUEST 4 RE-ELECTION In Our City's 1ST NATIONAL/MUNICIPAL Hybrid November Election
[.... Got to GetIn UNDER THE REVAL WIRE & Secure HimSELF 4 More Years to Reign, before Voter's/JC Constituents receive WRITTEN CONFIRMATION of Their Personal POST-Reval PROPERTY TAX OBLIGATIONS. & have a Rude Awakening.]

Doing ALL this Tough Work of CONTROLLING the NARRATIVE to cover one's 'Alternative Facts' tracks must be a Never-Ending, Time-Consuming Endeavor.

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What excuse is Fulop going to use for this act of violence? He blamed the last murder on bail reform. Maybe his propaganda minister Jen Morill will come up with something better.

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By Caitlin Mota | The Jersey Journal
on March 29, 2017 at 6:44 PM, updated March 29, 2017 at 6:45 PM

JERSEY CITY -- A man was fatally shot on Van Horne Street Wednesday evening near a city elementary school, sources say.

The victim, who is believed to be in his 20s, was shot multiple times between Lafayette and Maple Streets just before 6 p.m. He was brought to Jersey City Medical Center were he was pronounced dead, sources said.

A spokesman for the Hudson County Prosecutor's Office confirmed the department is investigating a fatal shooting.

This is the second daylight fatal shooting in Jersey City in less than 36 hours.
Just before noon on Tuesday, 19-year-old DaJour Riley was shot multiple times on Union Street near Garfield Avenue. He died about three hours later at the hospital, authorities said.

The fatal shootings also come on the heels of a violent weekend in Jersey City, with five people shot in 36 hours. Police arrested eight men and recovered five guns.

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