Let It Rip: Stopping the violence in Detroit

Summer has just started and already a surge in shootings and homicides has Detroiters on edge.

Violent crime is in high gear - what is the solution.

Part 1: Stopping the violence in Detroit

Our panel:

Charlie LeDuff, Pulitzer Prize winning reporter of The Americans for Fox.

Mark Diaz, president of the Detroit Police Officer's Association.

Minister Malik Shabazz, activist, community leader.

Part 2

Religious leaders are getting involved, urging the community to step up and speak out. They are part of "Project Good Samaritan," launched this week with Crime Stoppers.

Our panel:

Rev. Curtis Williams of the Aijalon Baptist Church.

Patrice Young, whose brother was murdered in 2006.

Rev. Eddie Connor, leader of Open Door Ministries.

Part 3: On The Road

Charlie Langton asks metro Detroiters about the state of the city.