More of the same. They stay getting the wrong people involved. These pastors do not have the support or the ear of the streets. Their churches reside in many of these crime stricken neighborhoods and they do nothing. But as soon as it comes time to finesse their way into a grant or receive a check to fight crime, they’re out front and center.

More of the same. They stay getting the wrong people involved. These pastors do not have the support or the ear of the streets. Their churches reside in many of these crime stricken neighborhoods and they do nothing. But as soon as it comes time to finesse their way into a grant or receive a check to fight crime, they're out front and center.

Local pastors meet with St. Louis city, county police chiefs

ST. LOUIS – Homicides, carjackings, and assaults. Those are the three dilemmas plaguing St. Louis city and county. Sadly, they are dimming a light that could shine so bright. “When you talk about crime, gun violence, high unemployment that’s a common crisis,” said James Clark, vice president...
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