Cincinnati thugs threaten and sometimes
kill people they fear will testify against them or their buddies. Police
and prosecutors often complain about the lack of cooperating witnesses. It’s no secret. The Enquirer reports it.
Forty-eight of Cincinnati’s 2,918 elevators are not up to code, according to records analyzed by an Enquirer
reporter who probably was assigned an elevator investigation as
punishment for doing something wrong.
Snapshot: In 1968, Baltimore, Maryland, erupted in violent looting, rioting and fires as police clashed with citizens in the city’s streets just as cops in Newark, N.J., and Cincinnati’s Avondale neighborhoods were doing the same.
Cincinnatians along with others from Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee have taken the fight for same-sex marriage all the way to the Supreme Court, which heard arguments April 28 in a case that could overturn states’ gay marriage bans.