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Vol. 1, Issue 1 The News Organ of Liberty City Thursday February 1st, 2001
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Car Jacking Back In Vogue
Spate of grand theft auto has brought menace back to our city streets, but is helping local business!
Liberty Tree News Bureau
February 1st 2000 2:57pm EST


Hero-for-a-day cameraman catches a carjack-in-progress

As you may have noticed, Liberty City has been plagued in recent months by a spate of car jacking, the worst in the greater Liberty City area since 1997, when the menace first came to our city streets. Although incidents of carjacking have increased 80% in the past fiscal year, this time it's not all doom and gloom for Liberty City. The city and its residents, long bored with their reputation for extreme violence and crime rates that make other urban areas look like toy town, are not taking it lying down this time. Instead, in time-honored Liberty City fashion, they're fighting back and making a drama out of a crisis. MORE


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Liberty Tree News Bureau
February 1st 2000 12:11pm EST
LIBERTY CITY (RS) - Stan Wayridge

Statistically, Liberty City remains a safe place to live, work and play, especially for the house bound, and those in prison. However conflicting results amassed by the Liberty Tree has found that crime is on the rise. In 1996, the FBI found that Liberty City residents were 38% less likely to be a victim of a violent crime than the rest of the nation, unless those crimes included mugging, murder, car jacking or assault. MORE


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'THE W' TO DROP IN ON LIBERTY CITY
Liberty Tree News Bureau
February 1st 2000 10:32pm EST
LIBERTY CITY (RS) - Paul Civille

Hot after his inaugural celebration newly elected President George W. Bush is making Liberty City his first stop on a nationwide big city tour. "I'm so sick of seeing the guy's face," store owner Rudy Chi said. "I wish'd he'd picked somewhere else." The President's first day will be filled with meetings with the mayor and local city officials followed by a dinner and reception where he will address a local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. MORE


BUSINESS MAN CLEARED OF ALL CHARGES RETURNS TO LIBERTY CITY
Liberty Tree News Bureau
February 1st 2001 03:37am EST
LIBERTY CITY (RS) - Jayne Kwiatowski

The man they tried to destroy, Barry Harcross, has returned to the US now that all charges have been dropped and has come home, to Liberty City. MORE


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