Berk Handles Gangs
If I were a gang member, I'd love for Maureen Krueger to remain the district attorney of Moore County.
Keep working on that gang task force you're spearheading at Moore County taxpayers' expense, even though the Governor's Crime Commission -- North Carolina Department of Crime Control and Public Safety, completed in March 2008 a 171-page study titled, "A Comprehensive Assessment of Gangs in North Carolina: A Report to the General Assembly."
This study assesses gang activity in North Carolina communities, schools and prisons, identifies intervention programs and their effectiveness and makes future policy recommendations. Your unnecessary work, Ms. Krueger, really buys me and my gang members time and opportunity to establish firmly our presence in Moore County.
Tony Berk understands gang activity, just ask anyone involved in fighting gang crime in Robeson County. Berk works closely with law enforcement there to identify and apprehend gang members and prosecute successfully.
Krueger only talks a lot about fighting gangs. Berk effectively fights gangs.
I'm glad that The Pilot has reported the record of Berk so inaccurately because if people had any idea how effective Berk has been as an assistant district attorney in Moore County (1997-2000) and in Robeson County (2001-present), they'd certainly elect him as Moore County's district attorney.
Berk has a proven track record of stopping gang activity.
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