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Detroit Fights Back

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Published on May 24, 2012

It's a city often described as post-apocalyptic. According to the FBI Detroit tops the list as one of the most dangerous places in America. Abandoned homes litter the city after the demise of the auto industry and an exodus of people out of the city. But there are some residents sick of waiting for the auto industry, the police, or the local government to get their act together and taking matters into their own hands. One booming business is the private security. In a city where a reported 7 out of 10 murders go unsolved, it's a service welcome by the community. RT Correspondent Liz Wahl takes you to the motor city.

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