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Man Tied to Chair, Beaten and Robbed

The robber stole $46 and cell phones.

A man was tied to a chair, beaten and robbed in Better Waverly.

According to a police report, a man was at friend’s house at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday in the 900 block of East 30th Street when the robber entered the home and started arguing with the man.

At that point, the robber shoved the man down the stairs, pulled out a gun and tied him to a chair.

The robber then beat the man and stole $46, two cell phones and a wallet.   

Baltimore Matt October 15, 2012 at 06:14 PM
It's vigilante justice time...Just imagine if the court of neighborhood people could sentence him to caning by the victim and forced labor for and in the community!!! This is the brand of justice Baltimore needs. Quick, painful, and effective! No more taking people downtown to be released with almost no time served for crimes that would get you serious time elsewhere in the state, no more police who hide the identity of the perps, no more thousands of dollars in lost tax revenue paying to house criminals. The only penalties that will put fear in the criminal minds in this city would be ones that would be a combination of corporal punishment and forced labor.
Baltimore Matt October 15, 2012 at 06:24 PM
It's vigilante justice time...Just imagine if the court of neighborhood people could sentence him to caning by the victim and forced labor for and in the community!!! This is the brand of justice Baltimore needs. Quick, painful, and effective! No more taking people downtown to be released with almost no time served for crimes that would get you serious time elsewhere in the state, no more police who hide the identity of the perps, no more thousands of dollars in lost tax revenue paying to house criminals. The only penalties that will put fear in the criminal minds in this city would be ones that would be a combination of corporal punishment and forced labor.
Steve October 15, 2012 at 06:33 PM
You watch too much TV....
Baltimore Matt October 15, 2012 at 06:54 PM
Steve, sometimes the only way you are going to weed out disfuction and make a system do what it is intended to is the threat of having someone else go in and do your job for you. I believe that this city needs some extreme and unothodox measures to bring sanity and safety to the people and if that would include some alternative, non-conventional, and non-legal means to bring justice to victims of violent and property crimes, than so be it.
Steve October 15, 2012 at 06:58 PM
Maybe the guy did something to deserve being tied to a chair and beaten. It wasn't like they did it to some innocent passerby......... Maybe you can go buy a Batman suit or something....
Dogdaygirl October 17, 2012 at 01:56 PM
I'm totally with you Matt. Steve- have you been the victim of a crime yet? You'll change your tune when you are. Not that I wish that on you or anyone, but you sound like you might live someplace other than Baltimore City.

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