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A violent crime or crime of violence is a crime in which an offender uses or threatens force upon a victim. This entails both crimes in which the violent act is the objective, such as murder, as well as crimes in which violence is the means to an end. Violent crimes may, or may not, be committed with weapons. Depending on the jurisdiction, violent crimes may vary from homicide to harassment. Typically, violent criminals includes aircraft hijackers, bank robbers, muggers, burglars, terrorists, carjackers, rapists, kidnappers, torturers, active shooters, murderers, gangsters, drug cartels, and others.
For some reason, the "leaders" don't seem to be talking about cracking down hard on violent criminals before they become killers or whether there may be a cultural aspect (see here and here) that helps explain why the shooters and victims come "disproportionately" from the same minority group...
Article from the Seattle Times is here: Man accused of driving into Seattle protesters and shooting a man held on investigation of assault
Video is here: Man drives car into crowd, shoots one person at Sunday protest on Capitol Hill
There's a link to a longer video on Twitter at the bottom of...
Brazil Army to Take Over Security in Rio de Janeiro Amid Violent Crime Wave
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RIO DE JANEIRO—Brazil’s military will take over public security in Rio de Janeiro until the end of the year in an unprecedented intervention that highlights the famed seaside city’s struggle...