"Seattle stopped enforcing its own laws... they stopped enforcing laws on drug use. They stopped enforcing laws on drug dealing. And as a result, people said 'we can do whatever we want here' so they came from all over the country." Colion Noir talks to Seattle resident Ari Hoffman – a Board Member of the Bikur Cholim Cemetery – about the city actually encouraging drug users, the homeless and prostitutes to live lawlessly, while the law-abiding suffer.
Check back with NRATV over the next week, as Colion Noir gives an honest look at the problems plaguing Seattle, Washington, the politicians who ignore them and the people impacted by them.