Violent Crime At 30-Year Low

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Violent Crime At 30-Year Low

Statistics indicate that the violent-crime rate in the U.S. is at its lowest point in 30 years. What do you think?
  • "Violent crime is down largely due to the use of tasers, which when used properly, are considered not violent, but 'humorous' crimes."

    Hailey Woodruff
    Tailor
  • "It's no wonder. With the unattainable standards set by violence in the media, no one wants to try to compete."

    Richard Comstock
    Cashier
  • "As much as I'd like to contest this new statistic, it's just not worth being tried for 426 counts of murder."

    Jackson Crow
    Systems Analyst
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