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Posted: 4/12/2001 3:07:42 AM EDT
It is not safe to go out at night. Bricks are being thrown at cars and people are getting pulled out of their cars and beaten at red lights.  This is not just happening downtown but in other parts of the city. The Cincinnati Enquirer also reported that an officer got shot last night but his bullet proof vest stopped it.  If your going to Cincinnati be careful. You might consider getting a hotel across the river in Kentucky. Kentucky has a Conceal Carry Law.
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 3:17:39 AM EDT
As a black man I have ALWAYS known it was not safe in Cincinnati for me. I was NEVER safe when I saw the red(and blue) lights. No matter how much money I have, what kind of car I drove, or which of the 7 hills I was in, I was ALWAYS subject to brutal tactics at the hands of the police....5 have died in 6 months? How many more?

WELCOME to Cincinnati.....Equal rights....Now there is a DIFFERENT version of equality...Liberty and Brutality for all...
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 3:24:26 AM EDT
Iam A white Male 38 And live in cinti I also Agree with You,Cav Vet Enough Is a enough .Police Brutality Is ramped Here In Cinti.Man Died Last Month While In Custody He Was Stangled In A Choke  Hold This Man Was In Cuffs And Found Dead in his Cell.
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 3:29:50 AM EDT
We have the same thing down the river in Louisville. So what happened in Cincy? Bengals lose again?
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