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Mass arrests for looting have led some to question the new bail law, but others say it’s working as it’s intended, to stop filling the jails with people who are innocent until proven guilty.
“They're audacious. It’s like a roach. You chase it and it comes back later.”
It seems as though looting has not been extremely widespread, but it is a serious problem for neighborhoods hardest hit by the storm. It's happening both to stores/local businesses as well as at people's homes.
"Look, they've been looting our wallets for too long," one looter explained while holding a TV he'd just stolen from a Coney Island Rent-A-Center.
Just when you thought it couldn't get worse, Brookstone gets looted.
Tens of thousands of NYers lugged their tryptophan-enriched bodies to stores to suss out deals on Black Friday. And along with them came long lines, fights, and looting.
42-year-old Daniel DiGianni and 28-year-old Linda Fleshner flashed real Corrections badges, and they would have gotten away with it too, if it weren't for some meddling neighbors who called the police.
We're now less than 54 hours away from "Doomsday 2011: Get Judged Or Get Out"—but have you started preparing for the Rapture?
Approximately 200,000 people were killed, 250,000 were injured and 1.5 million were
With donations rolling in after last week’s massive earthquake, aid organizations
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