Dear Friend of America's Survival,
President Trump correctly pointed out that the black "leadership," including Congressional Black Caucus member Rep. Elijah Cummings, who represents Baltimore, is at fault for not solving the city's problems. He called the city dangerous and infested with rats. Kimberly Klacik, a Republican activist in Baltimore, took Trump's side -- with videos of the mess.
Baltmore's attractions include open air drug markets.
Baltimore is worse than you can imagine. Sebastian Tucker Dvorak, a white man and bartender, was robbed and killed on June 13, 2017, on Boston Street in the Canton neighborhood of Baltimore City while walking home from a night of celebrating his 27th birthday. His attackers were black gang members operating as a subset of the Bloods throughout Maryland. These are the facts according to the Maryland State Attorney General.
Here's the bottom line: Gang members were indicted and found guilty of gang-related charges but none has been convicted of murder in the case.
The Attorney General said the gang had a specific location and its "main territory was the intersection of the 2500 block of Jefferson Street and the 400 block of N. Rose Street in East Baltimore."
Apparently they were operating out in the open. The Attorney General's news release says, "The organization facilitated the sale of various drugs to undercover officers, including, but not limited to, heroin, fentanyl, cocaine, oxycodone, marijuana, and a dangerous synthetic compound, N-ethylpentylone hydrochloride, which the gang represented to be MDMA, more commonly known as ecstasy. N-ethylpentylone hydrochloride was not scheduled at the time, but is now a Schedule I controlled dangerous substance. "
A mistrial was declared in the murder case. Malik Mungo, 19, was found guilty of gun and drug charges but not murder. The Baltimore Sun reported in June: "During a three-week trial, the teen from Northeast Baltimore had admitted to smoking pot and wandering Canton looking for unlocked cars to steal, then to ditching the murder weapon and later to lying to detectives... Three convicted gang members and a fourth witness testified at trial that Mungo admitted to the shooting."
Tim Prudente of the Baltimore Sun covered the case, noting that Dvorak’s family and friends formed the Sebass Foundation -- a reference to the bartender’s nickname -- which stated forthrightly that Mungo was one of two who killed Sebastian. After all, he had admitted it. After the mistrial, his father David Dvorak said, “We cannot build a society of hope and love without justice… not just for my son, for all these cases. The 300 murders a year must have justice. ”
In 2018, Baltimore recorded 309 homicides. There are 227 so far this year. The Baltimore Sun has a homicide counter.
Mungo's retrial is scheduled for the end of January 2020.
For America's Survival,