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Man Shot on Saturday Dies From Wounds; What Should New Brunswick Do?

from New Brunswick Today
from New Brunswick Today

Authorities have announced that a 30-year-old city resident has died from gunshot wounds suffered Saturday afternoon on Seaman Street, according to New Brunswick Today.

A former Rutgers student also was killed weeks ago. What should the city do to respond to these tragedies?

Please let us know in the survey.


Judith Shamy March 05, 2014 at 09:14 AM
Look at statistics.
Nick March 14, 2014 at 11:57 PM
NJ already has a huge amount of trigger happy wannabes responsible for the deaths of innocent people and since you already admitted that it's not the law abiding citizens that can't conceal carry, then that just leaves the gang bangers and police officers. Enjoy living in your demented little bubble where you believe innocent people should not be allowed to defend themselves in a country that has the 2nd Amendment. If you don't like our Constitution, then get out of the hell out of the United States.
Joe R March 15, 2014 at 11:43 AM
New Jersey’s gun laws are the third-strongest in the nation and the state had the fifth-lowest rate of gun deaths.
Joe R March 15, 2014 at 11:47 AM
The gun worshippers seem to think that the 2nd amendment is a license to own any and all guns, anywhere, any time with no rules, no restrictions, nothing. Because they love guns more than air, they misinterpret the 2nd amendment, they distort its true meaning, they twist it to coincide with their perverted worship of guns.

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