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Michael Meyers: Addressing crime starts at home



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  1. Until leaders and pastors start addressing the root problems of fatherless males who join gangs and commit crimes against members of their community and quit trying to pin the blame on other factors and groups, these senseless crimes will continue unabated. These communitiy members must also cooperate with law enforcement and answer their questions truthfully when the police are investigating crime in their neighborhoods.

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