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Thursday, May 4, 2017

Gun Control Fail: Number Of San Francisco Shooting Victims Hits Six-Year High


By Breitbart, May 03, 2017

In fact, while many types of crime have fallen in San Francisco, gun crimes have have surged.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, “Property crimes fell 11 percent in San Francisco, from 53,291 reported cases in 2015 to 47,658 in 2016.”  Reported thefts, burglaries, arson, and stolen vehicles also decreased. But firearm-related murders for 2016 surged 15 percent over 2015 figures and the number of shooting victims in 2016 increased 27 percent over 2015.


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