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Despite Big Budgets, Police Are Catching Very Few Real Criminals

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10/14/2020Ryan McMaken

At best, police data shows four in ten murders in America are never resolved and no suspect is convicted. Lesser crimes have even fewer resolutions. And if we look more closely, things look even worse.

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Original Article: "Despite Big Budgets, Police Are Catching Very Few Real Criminals".

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