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Monday, 12 April 2010

The Royal Gazette

The Royal Gazette: "Minister Burch Bermudians concerned about the rise in gun and gang violence have been sending him dozens of e-mails a day for the past several days 'basically venting' with their thoughts and suggestions as to how to fight crime.
In a copy of one of the e-mails given to The Royal Gazette by Minister Burch the closing line says: 'If you agree with my thoughts please send this e-mail on to everyone on your address book and Col. David Burch, Minister with responsibility for Police'. The letter contains suggestions like hiring retired Police to patrol communities and schools and bringing in overseas gang experts."



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