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Old August 21, 2008, 03:45 PM   #46
Brian Pfleuger
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The U.S. has one of the highest incidence of violent crime in the industrialized world.
True but mostly very localized. For instance, the closest large city to me (Syracuse, NY) has maybe 3 murders a month, the area that I live, only 30 miles or so away, has MAYBE 3-5 in 15 years within a 20 mile radius. I wonder what the crime rate is in America if you take away the numbers from cities with populations over 1 million.

I think the reason those other countries have lower rates in because guns are essentially non-existent to good and evil folk.
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