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    25 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods

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    Why neighborhoods and not cities? Even the cities with the highest crime rates can have relatively safe neighborhoods, and thus it is less useful to generalize about an entire city. But using exclusive data developed by Dr. Schiller at NeighborhoodScout.com, and based on FBI data from all 17,000 local law enforcement agencies, our gallery counts down the 25 neighborhoods with the highest predicted rates of violent crime in America.

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    * 25) Chicago, Ill. (Winchester, Ave./60th St.)
    * 24) Chicago, Ill. (Wallace St./58th St.)
    * 23) Detroit, Mich. (Mount Elliott St./Palmer Ave.)
    * 22) Orlando, Fla. (East-West Expy/Orange Blossom Trl.)
    * 21) Cleveland, Ohio (Cedar Ave./55th St.)
    * 20) Baltimore, Md. (Orleans St./Front St.)
    * 19) Chicago, Ill. (66th St./Yale Ave.)
    * 18) New York, N.Y. (St. Nicholas Ave./125th St.)
    * 17) Tampa, Fla. (Amelia Ave./Tampa St.)
    * 16) Philadelphia, Pa. (Broad St./Dauphin St.)
    * 15) Little Rock, Ark. (Roosevelt Rd./Bond St.)
    * 14) St. Louis, Mo. (14th St./Dr. Martin Luther King Dr.)
    * 13) Springfield, Ill. (Cook St./11th St.)
    * 12) Dallas, Texas (2nd Ave./Hatcher St.)
    * 11) Memphis, Tenn. (Bellevue Blvd./Lamar Ave.)
    * 10) Richmond, Va. (Church Hill)
    * 9) Dallas, Texas (Route 352/Scyene Rd.)
    * 8) Kansas City, Mo. (Forest Ave./41st St.)
    * 7) Memphis, Tenn. (Warford St./Mount Olive Rd.)
    * 6) Kansas City, Mo. (Bales Ave./30th St.)
    * 5) Baltimore, Md.(North Ave./Belair Rd.)
    * 4) Jacksonville, Fla. (Beaver St./Broad St.)
    * 3) Miami, Fla. (7th Ave./North River Dr.)
    * 2) Chicago, Ill. (State St./Garfield Blvd.)
    * 1) Cincinnati, Ohio (Central Pky./Liberty St.)
    Most Dangerous Neighborhoods - WalletPop


    So, can we make any correlations based on these findings? Looks to me like the cities with the most anti-gun laws are the ones with the most violent neighborhoods in this country.

    Gee.

    Though I am perplexed about the Texas neighborhoods... I wonder if they're predominantly immigrant or some other abnormality.
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    Re: 25 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods

    that's bull****, there are way more dangerous areas in Philly then Broad and Dauphin
    And why does your tone suggest that you do not care about children?

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    Re: 25 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods

    No Camdem, Newark, or Paterson.


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    Re: 25 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    No Camdem, Newark, or Paterson.


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    My city, Dallas, made the list not once but twice. You guys up there are getting soft

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    Re: 25 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods

    * 4) Jacksonville, Fla. (Beaver St./Broad St.)


    Guarantee ya that there is not much fornication going on down at the corner of Beaver Street & Broad Street eh?

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    Re: 25 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    My city, Dallas, made the list not once but twice. You guys up there are getting soft
    Pshaw. Dallas is weak. Chi-town made it 4 times, wussy. Four times.
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    Re: 25 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    My city, Dallas, made the list not once but twice. You guys up there are getting soft
    Dont worry, this was done pre-T.O. leaving town.

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    Re: 25 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods

    Quote Originally Posted by TheHat View Post
    Dont worry, this was done pre-T.O. leaving town.

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    Re: 25 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    Pshaw. Dallas is weak. Chi-town made it 4 times, wussy. Four times.
    Reverend Wright's neighborhood?

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    Re: 25 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods

    Quote Originally Posted by stevenb View Post
    So, can we make any correlations based on these findings? Looks to me like the cities with the most anti-gun laws are the ones with the most violent neighborhoods in this country.
    To make that connection you would have to show that the gun laws are causing more violence and were not established as a reaction to lessen the already high violence.
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