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More homicides?

In response to my post about the increase homicide rates nationwide, a police officer from Houston sent me an email confirming that the same is happening in his city. Since he sent me an email rather that post a public comment, I will assume that he wants his identifying information held confidential. Here is what he had to say:

while we are nowhere near the 600-900 murders per year when I was a rookie in the early 1990’s, we had been cruising for years with 230-250 per year. Which ain’t bad for 2+million population and a police department with less than 5000 total classified officers.

Buuuuut, beginning in 2020 things have certainly changed: at this point in 2019 we had 249 murders enroute to around 300 total This time in 2020 it was 360 and ended up at 405, first time over 400 in years. This year, 2021, we are at 448 with a month to go. Probably gonna top 500.

Combination of low morale, administration that disincentivizes proactive policing, and officers not wanting to get screwed over, PLUS our local Soros-funded DA, Kim Ogg, putting violent offenders on the street with low/no bail to continually re-offend. Perfect shitstorm.

Things are looking worse all over. Once the police have collapsed nationwide, they will be replaced with cops who are more, shall we say, politically reliable. Maybe a national police force, maybe not. No matter what, they will be more amenable to the left.

4 replies on “More homicides?”

I cant help but speculate that for all the reported murders there are many more that are invisible. especially in a place like Houston

Well, Houston is built on a swamp. I live in a suburb and there are plenty of alligators around.

I remember years back, living about 2 hours south of Houston, a high school teacher (male) went missing. He was apparently fooling around with a married woman and all the police could find was his bloody shirt, but no body. So they organized a search. They found 5 bodies in the bayou, none of them his. None of them reported as missing. Interesting implications.

But you also gotta realize, every time a big hurricane hits New Orleans, all their criminal class relocates to Houston and our crime here spikes.

When Katrina hit, New Orleans was like an overflowing toilet.

My wife’s family lives in Lafayette. At the time, the downtown area was starting a comeback. Then the hurricane hit and they got splattered with effuse. Basically, all the whypipo moved south to the new fake town center. Or out to Scott.

Some of my east coast friends asked if my wife’s family was OK, did they get anything (damage) from the hurricane. I said “Yeah…groups of black guys trying to buy guns with their FEMA cards. That’s what they got.

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