Nick Halter

For safer city, Samuels would reach out to six families


Mayoral candidate Don Samuels says the way to make Minneapolis a safer city is to intervene with six families who are responsible for a high percentage of violent crime and to tighten gun control laws locally and nationally.

Samuels today laid out to reporters his public safety plan that he would enact if elected mayor. He did so backed by Sami Rahamim and John Souter. Rahamim’s father was killed and Souter was injured in the Accent Signage shooting a year ago.


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