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The System Has Overdone Sep 17, 2019 6:18 am 166
The FBI report once again shows that the withdrawal of Rifles from the population is inappropriate 167

From a recent FBI report on crimes committed in the United States, it becomes apparent that policies aimed at changing the Second Amendment to the Constitution are guided solely by their incompetent opinion. The dry figures of the report give a more than objective picture of the change in crime over the past 2 years. According to these data, the number of killings in 2018 with rifles has decreased by 24 percent since 2017, and in comparison with attacks and killings with knives, it is clear that mortality from knives is more than 5 times higher than mortality from rifles...

Michigan Catholic Church released a list of 17 priests "accused of abusing a minor" 162

Lansing, Michigan The Catholic Diocese exposed the names of 17 priests involved in crimes connected with, according to Church’s words “credibly accused of abusing a minor.” The curious fact is that the list of credibly accused takes its beginning in the day of the diocese foundation in 1937. Although officials insist that there have been no cases since 2002. Diocese officials say there have been a total of 73 allegations against these 17 priests and the alleged victims in these reports include 66 boys, four girls and three other victims whose gender was unreported. In a...

More researches find “stand your ground” laws lead to more homicides 526

The research increasingly suggests that “stand your ground” laws — which expand the reach of self-defense laws to remove a “duty to retreat” in public spaces — cause more homicides and do not reduce violent crime. Last year, the nonpartisan RAND Corporation released a comprehensive report that found, in part, that “stand your ground” laws are linked to more violent crime, particularly homicides. This month, RAND researchers Andrew Morral and Rosanna Smart published a brief follow-up with some of the new evidence — and “stand your ground” laws now look even worse: Since p...

Montana school evacuated after the explosive device found on its playground
Montana school evacuated after the explosive device found on its playground 40

An explosive device was discovered on Montana school playground Tuesday morning causing the evacuation of the students. The improvised explosive device was found at Rossiter Elementary School in Helena. The device had been detonated by the time someone at the school discovered it just before 8:30 a.m., Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton said at a news conference Tuesday. "Rossiter students are being evacuated and the path for children to evacuate has been cleared," the sheriff's office said in a statement earlier. Now the police are reviewing surveillance video...

A man was sentenced to 15 years in prison for possessing cocaine which eventually turns out to be powdered milk
A man was sentenced to 15 years in prison for possessing cocaine which eventually turns out to be powdered milk 44

A man who was sentenced to 15 years in prison for possessing cocaine has been cleared of all charges after a lab test confirmed that the substance was actually powdered milk. Cody Gregg, 29, was arrested Aug. 12 after a police officer attempted to flag him down for not having rear lights on his bicycle, according to an affidavit obtained by the Oklahoman. After a brief chase, the officer who caught him searched his backpack and found a coffee can with a clear baggie that contained “a large amount of white powdery substance,” the affidavit continued.  The substance teste...

Man brings dead body in his car to the police station in California and later police finds three more victims in his apartment
Man brings dead body in his car to the police station in California and later police finds three more victims in his apartment 69

A man showed up at the police station in California and said that he had a body in his car. Then he told police that he murdered three more people in his apartment.   The Mount Shasta Police Department officers first didn’t believe him but then he handed them the keys from his red Mazda that was parked outside the police station. They had to believe him when discovered that he was telling the truth — there was a body in his car. The suspect was detained immediately. The authorities responded to his confession and called Roseville police to check his residence. When the o...