Morris High School, where my mother graduated, is mentioned and so is Tremont Avenue and Bruckner Boulevard. The police received so many hundreds of calls every day that they usually had a backlog and had to prioritize them. Consequently, they tended to respond more to crimes with actual victims, real crimes, than to mere law breaking. He describes the living conditions. It was worse than living in a dungeon.
Year Read: 2005
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