Monday, June 30, 2014

The Blaze: I Used To Come For Your Guns – Now I Support Your Right to Defend Yourself

New York City in the early 1990s has been described as many things, few of them complimentary.


On the southeast corner of 181st Street and Ryer Ave in The Bronx stands the 46th Precinct, The Alamo, a place Time Magazine once called, “The Most Dangerous Square Mile In America.” So dangerous a place, that in the late 1980s that the Red Cross refused to send volunteers to help the needy.

And that was where I worked. The “four six” as we called it, was an “A House.” The busiest of the busy. The worst of the worst.

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1 comment:

Wireless.Phil said...

Just in, ABC cross bottom of the screen, Pennsylvania, woman accidentally shot at gun show.