Within the United States, there is a law abiding culture that has a murder rate as low as Japan’s. That culture consists of gun owners who carry guns legally.
A person who dies because they did not have a gun is just as dead as a person who is murdered with a gun. In practice, overall unjustified homicides tend to rise a bit when gun are banned.
Firearm ownership rates are from the Small Arms Survey in 2007, so it is a bit dated. The per capita ownership in the US has gone up considerably.
Who violently disrupts political rallies, on campuses and off? Who engages in mob violence after almost every police shooting of a black suspect?
A killing at a remote Alaskan hunting camp shows how hard it is to guard against an attack by someone who has gained your trust.
The murder rate has fallen in half since 1993. The number of guns has increased. Is better medicine the reason for the falling murder rate?
Sheriff Tony Mancuso releases Snapshot™ composite sketch of murder suspect in press conference on September 1, 2015.
Parabon’s Snapshot DNA Phenotyping service reveals new clues in 27-year old April Tinsley cold case.
Let’s finally put to rest the idea that forcibly disarming people will make them safer and reduce Murder Rates. We need to stop wasting time and implement liberty…
A Catholic News Service article confirms that lack of faith in the police is one of the most important factors in high homicide rates, not guns.
Parabon NanoLabs’ next-generation forensic DNA phenotyping service, Snapshot™, used to generate possible identity of suspect in double homicide…