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Are we the dumping grounds for Lawlessness in Minnesota?
It was bound to happen ever since the liberals took over the state of Minnesota and decided to over look many crimes. In Ramsey County, Minnesota, the County Attorney just recently announced a new policy that states, “His office will no longer prosecute cases based solely on a non-public safety traffic stop or those that are the result of a vehicle search based solely on consent without any other articulable suspicion.”
What that means to me is that when police stop a vehicle, in Ramsey County, MN, for some infraction like speeding and they find drugs or other illegal items in the vehicle, they must overlook that, because the County Attorney will not prosecute. Just for your information, St. Paul is in Ramsey County, Minnesota.
In Minneapolis they have reduced the number of officers on the force and are looking at something different for their police department. Minneapolis voters are now voting on a ballot agenda to change the police department into something different, what that might be, I don’t know. When they had the riots last year, the police were ordered to stand back and that allowed the rioters to burn down a police station.
So, how does that affect us over here in Wisconsin? Last week, four bodies were discovered in a cornfield in the Dunn County Township of Sheridan. All four were from Minnesota, and apparently had no ties to this area. So to me it looks like the bad guys in Minnesota have decided that they can dump their victims here in Wisconsin. Minnesota needs to get tough on crime and if they don’t, we are going to see more of Minnesota’s crime moving into our great state.
First let me offer my condolences to the families of the four victims found shot to death in the Dunn County cornfield.
So what’s happening is that we as taxpayers in Wisconsin, mostly those in Dunn County, must foot the bill for investigating a Minnesota crime that should have never taken place in the first place. So, Ramsey County, because you have not cleaned up your community, I am suggesting that you fund Dunn County for their work on your crime. I am sure that you will do the right thing.
On Monday afternoon the St. Paul Police Department announced that they were taking over the lead investigation of the incident after it was determined that the murders occurred in St. Paul. The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, FBI and ATF are also working on the case.
I must complement the Dunn County Sheriff’s Department and the other law enforcement people that were investigating this horrible crime and have apprehended two suspects and that they are now in custody.
But, as the political movement in Minnesota is to overlook the bad guys, what can we expect? Will we need to put up a wall at the St. Croix River and stop every vehicle coming from Minnesota to see that they are not bringing crime into our beloved State of Wisconsin?
At this point I have no information about why this crime happened, but as the investigation progresses we may know why and how it ended up here.
Many years ago when I was going to school in Minneapolis, I felt safe walking down Hennepin Avenue to the White Castle for a meal, but would I have that same feeling today? Over the weekend eleven people were shot in Minneapolis. They need more police, not more talk.
My suggestion to the voters of Minnesota is that you need to elect people that will make your state a law and order state and kick crime in the butt.
Thanks for reading! ~Carlton