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Some Interesting MD. Crime Stats Grabbers ignore

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by CalvinMD, Feb 28, 2013.

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  1. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    Here are some very interesting crime tidbits from the Peoples Socialist State of Maryland under The Iron fisted rule of the O'Malliban ,..vote may come today on his very screwed up gun ban which will treat gun owners like convicted child offenders...I'm so ashamed of my state

    FROM: “THE FBI CRIME REPORTS” – “Assault Rifles” included in “Rifles” category

    MARYLAND,

    MURDER BY: “RIFLES” vs. “HANDS, FEET and FISTS”

    2011 2 vs 17

    2010 3 vs 19

    2009 2 vs 18

    2008 4 vs 28

    2007 9 vs 23

    2006 5 vs 25

    2005 4 vs 18

    2004 2 vs 30

    Total 31 vs 178



    IN MARYLAND, “HANDS, FEET AND FISTS” HAVE ACCOUNTED FOR 5.74 TIMES MORE MURDERS THAN “RIFLES” DURING THE PAST EIGHT YEARS.



    SOURCE: FBI UNIFORM CRIME REPORTS: TABLE 20

    http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/ucr
     
  2. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    Tidbit #2

    Each year, the Baltimore Police homicide section compiles statistics on city killings. Here's how some of the data break down:

    Murders: 216
    Clearance rate (cases closed by arrest or administratively): 47.6 percent
    Victims injured in prior years who died this year: 7
    Cases from prior years closed this year (which counts toward this year's clearance rate, per FBI guidelines): 28

    Cause:
    Arson: 1
    Blunt force: 7 (3.6%)
    Handgun: 180 (83%)
    Knife/sharp object: 20 (10.2%)
    Shotgun/rifle: 2
    Strangle/suffocation: 2
    Vehicle: 1
    Other: 3

    Gender:
    Male: 195 (90.3%)
    Female: 21 (9.7%)

    Race:
    Asian: 1
    Black: 204 (94.4%)
    Hispanic: 1
    White: 10 (4.6%)

    Age groups:
    Juvenile: 11 (5%)
    Adult: 205 (95%)

    35 and over: 72 (33.3%)
    25-34: 68 (31.5%)
    24 and under: 76 (35%)

    Motives:
    Argument: 14
    Arson: 1
    Child abuse: 6
    Dispute over money: 2
    Domestic: 3
    Drugs: 3
    Neighborhood (dispute?): 1
    Retaliation: 3
    Robbery: 10
    Other: 10
    Unknown: 162

    (Known) suspects with criminal records: 79.1 percent
    Suspects with drug arrests: 61.6 percent
    Suspects on parole and probation at time of killing: 23.3 percent
    Suspects arrested for prior gun crimes: 45.3 percent


    Victims with criminal records: 82.3 percent
    Victims with drug arrests: 68.4 percent
    Victims on parole and probation at time of death: 24.2 percent
    Victims arrested for prior gun crimes: 37.7 percent

    Copyright © 2012, The Baltimore Sun
     
  3. Jeffrey

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    Interesting stats,
    We all know the grabbers figures are bogus, to say the least.
    But, lets be honest here, it isn't about protecting the people.
    We all know its about disarming the citizens for better control and thus allowing a clear path to ovomit becoming our dicktater for life...
     
  4. rpeerless

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    Truth be known.
     
  5. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    Wellll,...its pretty obvious that its not really about crime to our leftist "handlers" here in Marylandistan
     
  6. laura!

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    Calvin,

    I have a feeling it will be a very sad day today in MD since this crap already got through the state senate. I can only hope some sanity will be restored by the inevitable court cases this will create. If requiring a gun owner to get fingerprinted is not a violation of my constitutional rights, then I don't know what is!

    On the upside, O'Malley has been considered a strong contender as a potential Democrat presidential candidate, and I suspect this will kill his chances for ever being president.

    Best bumper sticker I ever saw: Osama, Obama, O'Malley O SHIT!
     
  7. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    I'd love to get ahold of one of them stickers for sure Laura!
     
  8. timberfaller

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    The reason they stick with "guns" as the problem, is guns can't talk or blame their way out of the problem!!!

    And they in and of themselves can't hire a "Ambulance" chaser! ie lawyer!
     
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    Maybe they should chop off their hands, and feet!
     
  10. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    The part of the bill demanding we pay for the registration and getting fingerprinted is horrible..it shows not only do they want all control, but for us to pay for the priviledge of being controlled! The fingerprint issue is totally unconstitution as it singles out 1 group..why do they not fingerprint people who buy alchohol who might possibly be a drunk driver one day???..or people who buy tobacco who may be blamed for murder by 2nd hand smoke...it just gets more ridiculous every day
     
  11. laura!

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    The additional registration fees & the proposed 4 hour "how to be a good gun owner" class that will be required (& you will have to pay for) means gun owners will need to have the additional $$ and puts gun ownership out of the ability of anyone living pay check to pay check. They are treating gun ownership as a privilege rather than the constitutionally guaranteed right it really is.
     
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