St. Louis attorney says city's 'collapse of virtue' has caused rise in violent crime


ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - St. Louis attorney Bevis Schock joined us on The Charlie Brennan Show this week to share his views on the recent rise in lawlessness, homicide and property damage plaguing cities like St. Louis. 

Schock theorizes people lose virtue when they don’t have the satisfaction of working and providing for their families. 

"Those who promote the idea that poor persons deserve the income or wealth of those higher on the ladder presume first that poor persons have a legal right to the fruits of the labor of those higher on the ladder, and second that poor people will be better off with government aid than without government aid​," his summary reads in part. 

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