"The HOUSELESS" are being targeted, but who can they go to? All too many 501 (c) (3) "HELP" business are in it for just that, business.
The "Protect and Serve" agencies are no longer for all citizens as it is being proven in the daily struggles of citizens in the United States. If a person fails to have funds and/or money, then right away police in the US either look to criminalize those who are "The Houseless" or run them out of town by any and all means possible. Yes, many of these so called "Protect and Serve" employees are followers of some sort of faith, but they show by their evil they don't believe even the version of faith they follow.
Most religious organizations WILL look the other way and even take steps to rid you of their neighborhoods, instead of being righteous in accordance with Scripture, not versions thereof.
So for most who fall into becoming "The Houseless", it quite more scary out there than most can even imagine. So, unplug yourself from your fantasy world and get involved in real time with those about you.
Please don't hate them, nor disregard them, for all are human and worth spending time to understand: "how"; "why", "when" ... .
Mikhael Love, IIO
Three teens admit beating two homeless men to death with bricks in sickening attack after attacking DOZENS of other transients
The three teens admitted to bashing the homeless men's faces in with cinder blocks and metal fence poles, police said
Hardened police on the job for decades were disturbed by the grisly crimes
One of the teens also told police they had beaten about 50 other transients in the past year
|The accused: Alex Rios, 18 has been charged with murder in the twin killings
|The accused: Nathaniel Carrillo, 16, has been charged with murder in the twin killings
|Admitted killer: Police say Gilbert Tafoya admitted to the killings, and also to beating about 50 other transients in the city over the past year
|Where it happened: The empty Albuquerque lot where the three teens beat the homeless men to death
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|On the scene: Police comb the lot for evidence Sunday after two homeless men were beaten to death only hours earlier