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Crime In Major USA Cities (infographic)

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  • 6 Oct, 2011  |
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№1 Author: DocMcCoy (6 Oct 2011 03:02) Total user comments: 6039


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We are one of the few countries that even keep statistics. What's going on in Russia, China or India? Does anyone know? Does anyone in south or central America even keep body counts? These like most statistics are easily manipulated and mostly bullshit. 13
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№2 Author: paullex (6 Oct 2011 03:43) Total user comments: 592


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That shows the legal system in the US works well. Go to Mexico and you'll see that real criminals dont get time and crime rates are off the charts because most get away clean.
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№3 Author: mahedi (6 Oct 2011 11:23) Total user comments: 10772


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OK 64
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№4 Author: Eek-a (6 Oct 2011 11:57) Total user comments: 315


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Nothing like a bit o fear/scare tactics to keep people affraid.
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№5 Author: Jimmy Johnson (6 Oct 2011 17:52) Total user comments: 5518


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The most meaningful statistic - murder rates - is glaring in it's omission.

In 2006, most major US cities had murder rates (deaths per 100,000) higher than Iraq, during the height of the Iraq war.

In 1990, there were 2245 murders/homicides in New York for a city with 7.5 million people. To put that into perspective, there have been 4770 US servicemen killed in Iraq, after 10 years of war and all the effort that has entailed.
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№6 Author: confusedshoes (6 Oct 2011 18:05) Total user comments: 22


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What's so strange to me is the fact that New York City (East) and LA (West) both have extremely low crime rates compared to their surrounding areas :s That is SO weird....
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№7 Author: Lu (6 Oct 2011 19:14) Total user comments: 15082


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Scary.
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№8 Author: plaidpancake (6 Oct 2011 21:23) Total user comments: 2475


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to much to read
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№9 Author: AlienShooter (8 Oct 2011 06:18) Total user comments: 1199


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№10 Author: nellybre (10 Oct 2011 08:16) Total user comments: 808


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№11 Author: raymond.wendt (19 Oct 2011 03:51) Total user comments: 9115


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the three strikes law seems to be cutting down on crime, but increasing debt.
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