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  • MOSFET Jun 4, 2014

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    Agreed. It is the patrons, not the business owner that is at fault. How can the owner dictate the patrons' behavior - especially outside of his establishment. Just blame the capitalist business owner - easy target.

  • redapace Jun 3, 2014

    If they shut it down the crowd will just move to a different location. Good news for the people close to the current location and bad news for the people close to the new gathering place, wherever that ends up being It's not like they're going to just stay home if this bar is closed.

  • dmccall Jun 3, 2014

    Using that logic, they should probably just shut down Capital Blvd, too.

  • Biotech John Jun 3, 2014

    I had a close relative (a young woman) beaten up in this club a few years ago. It is a big draw for young people. The security in the club helped the guy get a cab and leave before the police arrived. The police were afraid to go in the club and I get the impression they were not going to pursue the case very hard. Kind of, what do you expect if you go to this club? They were doing surveillance on the club (from the outside), supposedly, when the incident occurred. Bad news place! Should have been shut down many moons ago.

  • James Kirby Jun 3, 2014

    thank goodness it took long enough

  • Wilson Craig Jun 3, 2014

    We had a club across from us on Newton Road...It was finally shut down as a nuisance...So much better!

  • Leland Olds Jun 3, 2014

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aaron_Hernandez#Legal_troubles

  • davidhartman Jun 3, 2014

    Who exactly goes to these types of establishments?

  • NiceNSmooth Jun 3, 2014

    lol well we know where everybody from club envy went

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