Almost Half of Murders in US Now Go Unsolved

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by Chris Black

This is a long article, and rather than simply documenting this truly amazing phenomenon of blacks getting away with murder constantly, the media appears to actually be complaining that the murders aren’t solved, after they said all cops were racist murderers and the police as an institution should be abolished.

CBS News:

Police called Denita Williams in April and gave her the address of a gas station in their town of Jackson, Mississippi and asked how long it would take for her to get there.

“When I pulled up, all I see is this crime tape,” Williams told CBS News.

Her son, Kenland Thompson, Jr., was shot and killed while putting air in his tires. He was 20 years old.

“The coroner had already taken his body,” she said. “He was already gone.”

Three months later, no one has been arrested for the murder of Kenland Thompson, Jr.

“I gave them names,” Williams said, describing how she told police she would help them investigate the case herself. “I felt like I was going crazy, giving them so much. They’re not doing their job.”

Across a nation that is already in the grips of a rise in violent crime, murders are going unsolved at a historic pace, a CBS News investigation has found. A review of FBI statistics shows that the murder clearance rate — the share of cases each year that are solved, meaning police make an arrest or close the case due to other reasons — has fallen to its lowest point in more than half a century.

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“It’s a 50-50 coin flip,” says Thomas Hargrove, who runs the Murder Accountability Project, which tracks unsolved murders nationwide. “It’s never been this bad. During the last seven months of 2020, most murders went unsolved. That’s never happened before in America.”



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