GUNFIRE INCIDENTS SOAR AS CEDAR RAPIDS ATTACKS LEGAL GUN OWNER RIGHTS
Greetings, Lee Hermiston, The Gazette Cedar Rapids and all—
There you go again!
Your 990 word article in the 7-16-16 Gazette carried an eye-test chart hiding the soaring gunfire incidents following the election of Mayor Corbett and his appointment of Wayne Jerman as Cedar Rapids’ chief of police. But it gets worse.
Your 710 word article in the 6-3-16 Gazette praised Chief Jerman’s organized assault on legal gun owners and their gun rights-- http://www.iowalive.net/crcorruption.htm . It was a follow-up to Sunday’s 10-4-15 C. R. Gazette that published 5 guest columns of 3,250 total words, attacking gun rights. http://www.iowalive.net/stopviolencewithguns.htm.
That attack on gun rights was followed by your 375 word Plague of Cedar Rapids Burglaries article, in the 12-25-15 Gazette, cited on website: http://www.iowalive.net/needbettermanagedcops.htm
The bottom line is burglaries and gunfire incidents are soaring in Cedar Rapids as Chief Jerman and the Gazette attack legal gun rights—and Mayor Corbett wants to be governor!
Beloow is the Iowalive chart showing what the eye-test chart in the 7-16-16 Gazette is hiding. Notice the dip in 2013 gunfire incidents as criminals paused to see if Jerman was a serious threat to them. He wasn’t and gunfire incidents soared 93% in the next 2 years—as Jerman continued his assault on legal gun owner rights.
And there have already been 50 gunfire incidents in 2016. As a result, Iowalive has referred to Chief Jerman as the top cop-out cop!! But there is more!
Gunfire incidents have soared 500% since Ron Corbett was elected C. R. Mayor—and he now wants to become the Gunfire Governor of Iowa.
C. R. GUNFIRE INCIDENTS SOAR UNDER MAYOR CORBETT AND CHIEF JERMAN
THE GAZETTE HIDES THIS CHART & ATTACKS GUN OWNER RIGHTS!!
CEDAR RAPIDS ATTACKS LEGAL GUN OWNERS AND THEIR GUN RIGHTS WHILE OUTLAWS RUN FREE
WHEN WILL CEDAR RAPIDS MAYOR CORBETT ANNOUNCE HE IS RUNNING FROM CEDAR RAPIDS CORRUPTION AND RUNNING FOR GOVERNOR??
WHERE WILL THE CITY MANAGER RUN TO?
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