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Letter: Feeling safer yet?

To the Editor:

So how things are things going over in that Boulder b good area? You know with all those increased patrols that they have had since last summer. All that tough yada yada yada talk on local law enforcement and citizens working together. How's that magical sanctuary Route 30 barrier holding up?

Surely it has to be working well with all those professionals in charge. Feeling safer yet? Hmmmm? Your local newspapers have your best interests at heart and will keep you well informed of any violence in your neighborhood, even if they have to be shamed into covering a triple murder homicide involving local residents. Like a good no snitching news source they will be first to opine and blame those pesky guns for all the violence, which we know is no surprise when you have a progressive narrative to push.

Many years back in my old neighborhood a young man was savagely attacked and beaten with baseball bats. Right there in the grassy back yard right behind our house. Beaten to death with baseball bats by Latin King gang members. Never did we blame those pesky baseball bats that you know were everywhere for that murder. Notice how it's always presented as gun violence issue. Never a violent thug gang member issue. Almost like they have an agenda to protect.

No snitching news journalism they be keeping it real. Also I'm sure all of you have heard about the shockingly large fentanyl bust in the sanctuary city of Boston. 30 pounds of fentanyl enough to kill everyone in the entire state of Massachusetts was seized. It was called Operation High Hopes. Call it yet another coincidence but the people arrested in High Hopes all seem to have the same thing in common with all the people who are in our sanctuary state/counties most wanted lists. Why is that? Will your no stitching agenda journalists investigate this connection?

Ryan Koppes

Oswego

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