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REVEALED: Violent crime has surged in Minneapolis in the year since George Floyd's death, with the second highest number of homicides EVER as the pand

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The tipping point had already been reached now that Minneapolis is ~20% black population.

Black criminality, the conversation America isn't allowed to have.


Violent crime is surging in Minneapolis with homicides last year spiking to the second highest levels ever as the COVID-19 pandemic and protests in the wake of George Floyd's death devastated the city.
Of the 5,426 violent crimes recorded in Minneapolis last year, 83 of them were homicides, according to the city's police crime statistic data.
It is only the second highest number of homicides since 1995 when a record 97 homicides were recorded.
That record 1995 figure resulted in the city being branded 'Murderapolis' by national media.
Violent crime was already trending upward in the first half of last year but it really started to spike after Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin on May 25 - sparking widespread protests and a movement to 'de-fund police'.
Crime rates this year are already surging.
So far in 2021, there has been 1,398 violent crimes, according to police crime statistics.
Of the 5,426 violent crimes recorded in Minneapolis last year, 83 of them were homicides, according to the city's police crime statistic data. It is only the second highest number of homicides since 1995 when a record 97 homicides were recorded
Twenty four of the violent crimes in the first four months of this year have been homicides.
Last week, there were 107 violent crimes reported across the city, which is up from the 60 that occurred in the same week in 2020.
Police in Minneapolis are already predicting a return to 'Murderapolis' this year.
'We're gonna blow Murderopolis off the charts this year,' a Minneapolis police officer told journalist Michael Tracey in a report published on Substack.
Officers say they have noticed a spike in gun violence and that more people than ever seem to have guns.
The city's gunshot detection data shows more than 24,000 bullets were fired across Minneapolis last year.
In the week following Floyd's death last year, nearly 1,400 gunshot were recorded across the city.
More than 550 people were wounded in shootings last year, which includes fatalities, according to the data.
More than 80 percent of those shot were black and 62 percent of the total number were from Minneapolis.
The number shooting victims in 2020 was a 100 percent increase compared to the year prior.
Carjackings spiked to 375 last year, which was up 331 per cent from the same period in 2019.
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White liberalism kills yet another city.
 

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The tipping point had already been reached now that Minneapolis is ~20% black population.

Black criminality, the conversation America isn't allowed to have.


Violent crime is surging in Minneapolis with homicides last year spiking to the second highest levels ever as the COVID-19 pandemic and protests in the wake of George Floyd's death devastated the city.
Of the 5,426 violent crimes recorded in Minneapolis last year, 83 of them were homicides, according to the city's police crime statistic data.
It is only the second highest number of homicides since 1995 when a record 97 homicides were recorded.
That record 1995 figure resulted in the city being branded 'Murderapolis' by national media.
Violent crime was already trending upward in the first half of last year but it really started to spike after Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin on May 25 - sparking widespread protests and a movement to 'de-fund police'.
Crime rates this year are already surging.
So far in 2021, there has been 1,398 violent crimes, according to police crime statistics.
Of the 5,426 violent crimes recorded in Minneapolis last year, 83 of them were homicides, according to the city's police crime statistic data. It is only the second highest number of homicides since 1995 when a record 97 homicides were recorded
Twenty four of the violent crimes in the first four months of this year have been homicides.
Last week, there were 107 violent crimes reported across the city, which is up from the 60 that occurred in the same week in 2020.
Police in Minneapolis are already predicting a return to 'Murderapolis' this year.
'We're gonna blow Murderopolis off the charts this year,' a Minneapolis police officer told journalist Michael Tracey in a report published on Substack.
Officers say they have noticed a spike in gun violence and that more people than ever seem to have guns.
The city's gunshot detection data shows more than 24,000 bullets were fired across Minneapolis last year.
In the week following Floyd's death last year, nearly 1,400 gunshot were recorded across the city.
More than 550 people were wounded in shootings last year, which includes fatalities, according to the data.
More than 80 percent of those shot were black and 62 percent of the total number were from Minneapolis.
The number shooting victims in 2020 was a 100 percent increase compared to the year prior.
Carjackings spiked to 375 last year, which was up 331 per cent from the same period in 2019.
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White liberalism kills yet another city.




SWEET JUMBALIA! Democrats shoot themselves in the face AGAIN!

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As the white flight will only accelerate, coupled with the decimation of the rioting and burning and destruction. Too bad many will still vote the same way when they do move.

Minneapolis, the next Baltimore.
 
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And to think that this is the result of an incompetent Governor and mayor. And done in the name of a career criminal and drug addict.
 

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4th tier suburb,,,,,we've heard more sirens in last few days than we've ever heard. Was constant today
 

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The tipping point had already been reached now that Minneapolis is ~20% black population.

Black criminality, the conversation America isn't allowed to have.


Violent crime is surging in Minneapolis with homicides last year spiking to the second highest levels ever as the COVID-19 pandemic and protests in the wake of George Floyd's death devastated the city.
Of the 5,426 violent crimes recorded in Minneapolis last year, 83 of them were homicides, according to the city's police crime statistic data.
It is only the second highest number of homicides since 1995 when a record 97 homicides were recorded.
That record 1995 figure resulted in the city being branded 'Murderapolis' by national media.
Violent crime was already trending upward in the first half of last year but it really started to spike after Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin on May 25 - sparking widespread protests and a movement to 'de-fund police'.
Crime rates this year are already surging.
So far in 2021, there has been 1,398 violent crimes, according to police crime statistics.
Of the 5,426 violent crimes recorded in Minneapolis last year, 83 of them were homicides, according to the city's police crime statistic data. It is only the second highest number of homicides since 1995 when a record 97 homicides were recorded
Twenty four of the violent crimes in the first four months of this year have been homicides.
Last week, there were 107 violent crimes reported across the city, which is up from the 60 that occurred in the same week in 2020.
Police in Minneapolis are already predicting a return to 'Murderapolis' this year.
'We're gonna blow Murderopolis off the charts this year,' a Minneapolis police officer told journalist Michael Tracey in a report published on Substack.
Officers say they have noticed a spike in gun violence and that more people than ever seem to have guns.
The city's gunshot detection data shows more than 24,000 bullets were fired across Minneapolis last year.
In the week following Floyd's death last year, nearly 1,400 gunshot were recorded across the city.
More than 550 people were wounded in shootings last year, which includes fatalities, according to the data.
More than 80 percent of those shot were black and 62 percent of the total number were from Minneapolis.
The number shooting victims in 2020 was a 100 percent increase compared to the year prior.
Carjackings spiked to 375 last year, which was up 331 per cent from the same period in 2019.
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White liberalism kills yet another city.

It's a shithole City just like DC or Chicago or NYC or Baltimore or Detroit for Camden
 

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The tipping point had already been reached now that Minneapolis is ~20% black population.

Black criminality, the conversation America isn't allowed to have.


Violent crime is surging in Minneapolis with homicides last year spiking to the second highest levels ever as the COVID-19 pandemic and protests in the wake of George Floyd's death devastated the city.
Of the 5,426 violent crimes recorded in Minneapolis last year, 83 of them were homicides, according to the city's police crime statistic data.
It is only the second highest number of homicides since 1995 when a record 97 homicides were recorded.
That record 1995 figure resulted in the city being branded 'Murderapolis' by national media.
Violent crime was already trending upward in the first half of last year but it really started to spike after Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin on May 25 - sparking widespread protests and a movement to 'de-fund police'.
Crime rates this year are already surging.
So far in 2021, there has been 1,398 violent crimes, according to police crime statistics.
Of the 5,426 violent crimes recorded in Minneapolis last year, 83 of them were homicides, according to the city's police crime statistic data. It is only the second highest number of homicides since 1995 when a record 97 homicides were recorded
Twenty four of the violent crimes in the first four months of this year have been homicides.
Last week, there were 107 violent crimes reported across the city, which is up from the 60 that occurred in the same week in 2020.
Police in Minneapolis are already predicting a return to 'Murderapolis' this year.
'We're gonna blow Murderopolis off the charts this year,' a Minneapolis police officer told journalist Michael Tracey in a report published on Substack.
Officers say they have noticed a spike in gun violence and that more people than ever seem to have guns.
The city's gunshot detection data shows more than 24,000 bullets were fired across Minneapolis last year.
In the week following Floyd's death last year, nearly 1,400 gunshot were recorded across the city.
More than 550 people were wounded in shootings last year, which includes fatalities, according to the data.
More than 80 percent of those shot were black and 62 percent of the total number were from Minneapolis.
The number shooting victims in 2020 was a 100 percent increase compared to the year prior.
Carjackings spiked to 375 last year, which was up 331 per cent from the same period in 2019.
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White liberalism kills yet another city.
Good for them . They get what they vote for.
 

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In the 60's America was building and erecting monuments to racism and slavery, while the rest of the world's democracies were making honest attempt to reduce racist attitudes.

Now America is paying a price and it has no solutions for stopping the growing problem.

Trump's attempts to increase more police brutality and murder of black men just doesn't seem to be working.
 

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I live 45 miles out in the peaceful exurbs.
Only shooting I hear is hunters and target practice.
Mpls is a mess i no longer go into.
 

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