Tucson in Crisis Video by TCFC (see link below)
The Tucson Crime Free Coalition has produced a 10 minute video: "Tucson - A City in Crisis" that highlights pictures gathered over the last 9 months by TCFC steering leaders, and our members. This video documents the failures of public policy: unchecked rampant open-air drug use and addiction, pedestrian deaths, crime on our busses, theft in our stores, closing of businesses, assaults, burglary, public sex acts, all largely within the City of Tucson. Mayor Romero and City Council members have and are supporting sanctioned fentanyl encampments all across town, in our parks, along our freeways, and along the nationally acclaimed Tucson Bike Loop.
In our August 20th newsletter, we gave our members an inside look at the largest encampment and humanitarian disaster, the 100 Acre Wood Bike Park.
"The 100-Acre Wood Bike Park is a collaboration among the Sonoran Desert Mountain Bicyclists (SDMB), the City of Tucson, and Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.” However, now it has become a wasteland of stolen property and shopping carts, where TPD does not enter, drug dealers are free to sell as they please and addiction is rampant.
"But are there are trees?" This is what Mayor and Council ask.
More will come here this winter!
MORE ASSAULTS ON THE FREE CRIME BUS
Yesterday, another bus driver was assaulted on the FREE Sun Tran Crime Bus force-fed to our community by Mayor Romero and our City Council. We don't expect this will be covered in the media. Notice all the pictures of drug crimes at bus stops the the TCFC Video.
This is Tucson under our current elected leadership.
The local media (with few exceptions) acts as apologists for failed polices carried out by our elected officials, but seem to gain courage after TCFC reports on real issues impacting the community.
The Tucson Crime Free Coalition is committed to working toward solutions for Tucson and Pima County and change direction of these failing policies. Help us continue to grow our coalition, our strength is in numbers! Stay engaged!
We are not limited by what others are doing elsewhere. In Pima County, we can decide how we are going to solve this problem and what steps to take!