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Anti-crime groups vow to ‘stop blaming and start reclaiming city’ against drugs

August 30, 2013

Ron James vowed to fight heroin and street violence in Williamsport until he drew his last breath....

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Aug-31-13 10:34 AM

Take a stand being armed or not being armed. Its a personal choice for everyone. Last thing we need is anyone passing judgement how a citizen decides to protect themself. The important thing is that they take a stand.

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Aug-30-13 9:32 AM

Don't know if I'll be able to come out Saturday, but I support this. It's time we take a stand.

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Aug-30-13 9:03 AM

Williamsport has been in trouble to long, the people come here for welfare most of them you don't want in living next to you they live like they don't care about anything sit on there porch and smoke or what ever, don't make welfare so easy. I lived in Williamsport when it was safe and people worked hard. now I would NOT walk the street. SAD

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Aug-30-13 6:47 AM

"It's time we get together and stop blaming and start reclaiming," said James, a reformed ****** addict, who said education is the key because the drugs sold on the streets today are more potent than ever.

He said that in the 1970s drug addicts knew what they were doing and would use just little bits here and there, but this "stuff," he added, "is cut, mixed and deadly."


There's nothing worse (for educational-efforts) than an ex-addict. Ask anyone who knows an ex-cigarette-smoker. Mr. James was right...the FIRST-time. It's PURITY (rather than "cut, mixed and deadly") that's the problem!!

Anyone, who DIDN'T see the present-situation coming, knows very little about drugs...and, how they FINANCE Wars.




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Aug-30-13 6:25 AM

Great stuff! Stop blaming and take action. Marches and commentary are enough, people have to commit and stand against drugs and violence or it will surely overwelm. Ku dos to these great and strong people.

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