June 15, 2011

Will NFL Lockout Start Crime Wave?

Ben Shouse, Life's Little Mysteries


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A few weeks back, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis spoke about the labor dispute that threatens to cancel the coming football season and made a prediction that hit almost as hard as one of his quarterback-leveling sacks: Without pro football, crime among fans will increase. "Do this research if we don't have a season," Lewis said. "Watch how much crime picks up, if you take away our game."

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TAGGED: Crime, Football, NFL

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