MORE JAMAICA NONSENSE: THIS TIME IN SOUTH JAMAICA PUBLIC HOUSING AS POLICE FIRE SHOTS WHILE SOME HOOD RATS WERE FIGHTING & USING DRUGS INSIDE

Let’s face it, public housing sucks and especially when it is in shitty South Jamaica. But it doesn’t have to be like that because there are many hard working people who can only afford to live in public housing. What makes it suck are the criminal element, the hood rats, the ghetto slobs and the other assorted shit that are also in these places who end up holding the hard working folks hostage with their damn ghetto behavior. Public Housing should do a much better job so that that the problematic ghetto element does not get in or otherwise provide extremely tough security, but my option is toss the misbehaving hood rats out.

I cannot even imagine what daily life must be in these hell holes, but the damn city needs to do something about this for the hard working folks who just want to come home to a clean, quiet and safe place after a hard day’s work, not do with ghetto nonsense from hood rats.

Fucking hood rats.

106-35 159th St. in the South Jamaica II public housing development

106-35 159th St. South Jamaica II public housing development

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From CBS News:

Police Fire Shots In Confrontation At Jamaica, Queens Housing Development

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police fired shots in Jamaica, Queens Wednesday after they were confronted by suspects carrying imitation firearms.

Officers were called at 7:45 p.m. about people fighting and using drugs inside the building at 106-35 159th St. in the South Jamaica II public housing development, police said.

Upon arriving, they found three suspects holding guns in a second-floor stairwell, police said.

The officers drew their own guns and ordered the men not to move. At that point, at least one of the men turned toward the officers while still holding a firearm, police said.

An officer then fired one round, striking no one, police said.

One of the suspects was arrested at the scene, while the other two were still on the loose late Wednesday night, police said.

Two imitation firearms were recovered, police said.

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