Jefferson County Sheriff Mike Hale and Attorney General Steve Marshall Are Allowing Jefferson County To Be Murder CapitalRickey Stokes
Posted by: RStokes
Date: Dec 28 2017 11:30 AM
JEFFERSON COUNTY: The following is from AL.com concerning Jefferson County ( Birmingham ). Remember Jefferson County IS NOT in Birmingham but rather Birmingham is is Jefferson County. The Chief Law Enforcement Officer of the County is Mike Hale, the Sheriff.
But along with this Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall has a focus on bingo. Inwhere he filed lawsuits against establishments in Alabama.
Here is my question: is the number of murders in Jefferson County ( Birmingham ) concerning children more important and focus needed more or is bingo more important. Not one of these murders were committed because of bingo!
Look below the first article at the number of unsolved murders in Jefferson County ( Birmingham ). Of the 110 murders in Birmingham 55 remain unsolved and outside of Birmingham 65 unsolved.
Sounds like a Sheriff in Jefferson County needs to get off his buttocks and become a law enforcement officer and sounds like Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall needs to pull his head from between the cheeks of his butt and become a leader.
If I was the Sheriff and Attorney General I would hang my head in shame and disgrace that I have allowed Jefferson County and Birmingham to get out of control.
16 children died in homicides in 2017.
2017 was a particularly tragic year for the youth of Jefferson County. There were 16 children under the age of 18 whose deaths were ruled homicides by the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office, though not all of them were deemed criminal acts that yielded formal charges. By definition, a homicide is when one person kills another whether intentional or not.
The tally as of Dec. 28 is more than double the number of children under the age of 18 killed in 2016 and the highest number in 10 years. Here is a year-by-year look at those numbers:
2016 - 6
2015 - 13
2014 - 2
2013 - 9
2012 - 7
2011 - 6
2010 - 12
2009 - 4
2008 - 12
2007 - 6