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Drug dealers/addicts commit the most crime in the US.
9n
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RE: Drug dealers/addicts commit the most crime in the US.
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Post: #17
RE: Drug dealers/addicts commit the most crime in the US.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2019 07:48 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2019 07:45 PM)
And since alcohol and tobacco are the most commonly used and abused drugs in america lets start the focus of our efforts there first.

People dont generally commit additional crime to support their cigarettes and beer. Huge difference.

Alcohol-related crime statistics reveal a close, intimate connection between alcohol and violence. On average, in any given year:
86 percent of homicides will be committed by individuals
under the influence.
40 percent of child abuse incidents will be connected to alcohol use or abuse, and 70 percent of these abusive individuals (parents or guardians) will suffer from a substance use disorder.
37 percent of rapes and sexual assaults will involve offenders under the influence, and that number jumps to 90 percent when the abuses occur on college campuses.
15 percent of robberies, 27 percent of aggravated assaults and 25 percent of simple assaults will be carried out by individuals who’ve been drinking and are likely under the influence. This amounts to more than 2.5 million incidents of alcohol-related violence.
65 percent of intimate partner violence incidents will be carried out by perpetrators who’ve been drinking. This equates to more than 450,000 such incidents annually.
20 percent of intimate partner violence incidents involving alcohol will include the use of a gun, knife, or other potentially lethal weapons.
95 percent of violent crimes committed on college campuses will involve alcohol, and the total number of such assaults will be greater than 600,000.
118,000 incidents of family violence (spouses and partners excluded) will be linked to excessive drinking, as will 744,000 incidents of violence that involve acquaintances.
Nearly 60 percent of violent crime victims will end up with injuries, with men being twice as likely to sustain major injuries as women.
Overall, about 40 percent of all violent crimes will be alcohol-related.

https://addictionresource.com/alcohol/ef...ed-crimes/

Tobacco shops associated with crime in urban communities of color
by University of California - Riverside
Tobacco shops, also known as smoke shops, may represent potential "nuisance properties" in urban communities of color, a study led by a researcher at the University of California, Riverside has found. Nuisance properties are properties where unsafe activities affecting public health and safety occur repeatedly.

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-01-t...urban.html

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01-12-2019 09:16 PM

 



Post: #18
RE: Drug dealers/addicts commit the most crime in the US.
YikkaFarius  Wrote: (01-12-2019 08:01 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2019 07:48 PM)
People dont generally commit additional crime to support their cigarettes and beer. Huge difference.

Alcohol-related crime statistics reveal a close, intimate connection between alcohol and violence. On average, in any given year:
86 percent of homicides will be committed by individuals
under the influence.
40 percent of child abuse incidents will be connected to alcohol use or abuse, and 70 percent of these abusive individuals (parents or guardians) will suffer from a substance use disorder.
37 percent of rapes and sexual assaults will involve offenders under the influence, and that number jumps to 90 percent when the abuses occur on college campuses.
15 percent of robberies, 27 percent of aggravated assaults and 25 percent of simple assaults will be carried out by individuals who’ve been drinking and are likely under the influence. This amounts to more than 2.5 million incidents of alcohol-related violence.
65 percent of intimate partner violence incidents will be carried out by perpetrators who’ve been drinking. This equates to more than 450,000 such incidents annually.
20 percent of intimate partner violence incidents involving alcohol will include the use of a gun, knife, or other potentially lethal weapons.
95 percent of violent crimes committed on college campuses will involve alcohol, and the total number of such assaults will be greater than 600,000.
118,000 incidents of family violence (spouses and partners excluded) will be linked to excessive drinking, as will 744,000 incidents of violence that involve acquaintances.
Nearly 60 percent of violent crime victims will end up with injuries, with men being twice as likely to sustain major injuries as women.
Overall, about 40 percent of all violent crimes will be alcohol-related.

https://addictionresource.com/alcohol/ef...ed-crimes/

Tobacco shops associated with crime in urban communities of color
by University of California - Riverside
Tobacco shops, also known as smoke shops, may represent potential "nuisance properties" in urban communities of color, a study led by a researcher at the University of California, Riverside has found. Nuisance properties are properties where unsafe activities affecting public health and safety occur repeatedly.

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-01-t...urban.html

You said what?

And the vast majority of these same people are drug addicts.
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9n
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01-12-2019 09:25 PM

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Post: #19
RE: Drug dealers/addicts commit the most crime in the US.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2019 09:16 PM)
YikkaFarius  Wrote: (01-12-2019 08:01 PM)
Alcohol-related crime statistics reveal a close, intimate connection between alcohol and violence. On average, in any given year:
86 percent of homicides will be committed by individuals
under the influence.
40 percent of child abuse incidents will be connected to alcohol use or abuse, and 70 percent of these abusive individuals (parents or guardians) will suffer from a substance use disorder.
37 percent of rapes and sexual assaults will involve offenders under the influence, and that number jumps to 90 percent when the abuses occur on college campuses.
15 percent of robberies, 27 percent of aggravated assaults and 25 percent of simple assaults will be carried out by individuals who’ve been drinking and are likely under the influence. This amounts to more than 2.5 million incidents of alcohol-related violence.
65 percent of intimate partner violence incidents will be carried out by perpetrators who’ve been drinking. This equates to more than 450,000 such incidents annually.
20 percent of intimate partner violence incidents involving alcohol will include the use of a gun, knife, or other potentially lethal weapons.
95 percent of violent crimes committed on college campuses will involve alcohol, and the total number of such assaults will be greater than 600,000.
118,000 incidents of family violence (spouses and partners excluded) will be linked to excessive drinking, as will 744,000 incidents of violence that involve acquaintances.
Nearly 60 percent of violent crime victims will end up with injuries, with men being twice as likely to sustain major injuries as women.
Overall, about 40 percent of all violent crimes will be alcohol-related.

https://addictionresource.com/alcohol/ef...ed-crimes/

Tobacco shops associated with crime in urban communities of color
by University of California - Riverside
Tobacco shops, also known as smoke shops, may represent potential "nuisance properties" in urban communities of color, a study led by a researcher at the University of California, Riverside has found. Nuisance properties are properties where unsafe activities affecting public health and safety occur repeatedly.

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-01-t...urban.html

You said what?

And the vast majority of these same people are drug addicts.

And the only reason they have to steal is because illegal sh*t is expensive.

Would you like to try out prohibition again so you understand?
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Post: #20
RE: Drug dealers/addicts commit the most crime in the US.
Seriously doubt it's more than politicians--
though they are not mutually exclusive.
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Post: #21
RE: Drug dealers/addicts commit the most crime in the US.
I bet it's not much once you subtract the crimes of dealing and using...




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Post: #22
RE: Drug dealers/addicts commit the most crime in the US.
Don't we have bigger fish to fry, like criminals crossing our borders, bringing drugs, human trafficking, and terrorists into our country?

President Trump was not exaggerating when he said we are in a crisis situation. The hoards of immigrants making it from Honduras through Guatemala, and up into Mexico are creating a massive problem for us.

The Mexican president has all but decriminalized the activities of the drug dealers, so it's to our benefit that we stop them from crossing our border.

Judicial Watch has been investigating the orchestrated movement of the caravans, and talking to the president of Guatemala who is doing every thing possible to return the Hondurans to their own country. They want to know who is behind the massive numbers of people migrating north.

There are hundreds of gangs in America, vicious criminals, that need to be rounded up and imprisoned. And you want to talk about people who use drugs. BUILD THE WALL.
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Post: #23
RE: Drug dealers/addicts commit the most crime in the US.
If drugs were free they wouldnt have to steal. - O'casio-Cortez
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Post: #24
RE: Drug dealers/addicts commit the most crime in the US.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2019 10:11 PM)
I bet it's not much once you subtract the crimes of dealing and using...




Anon

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Post: #25
RE: Drug dealers/addicts commit the most crime in the US.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2019 07:45 PM)
And since alcohol and tobacco are the most commonly used and abused drugs in america lets start the focus of our efforts there first.

Not allowing schizophrenics to self medicate with nicotine sure has given us more road rage
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Post: #26
RE: Drug dealers/addicts commit the most crime in the US.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2019 07:42 PM)
They will do anything to get money for their addictions. Focus ALL law enforcement on locking up the druggies and you will end most murders, assaults, and thefts.

The only real value in this post is determining whether or not it's posted with sincerity. ^^^^^

Reads like bait to me. But who knows these days...

"(He) originated the concept 'enemy of the people.' This term automatically made it unnecessary that the ideological errors of a man or men engaged in a controversy be proven. It made possible the use of the cruelest repression.”
-Nikita Kruschev, denouncing 20th-century tyrant, Joseph Stalin
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Post: #27
RE: Drug dealers/addicts commit the most crime in the US.
Lawyers need difficult rules and they need criminals to make money. The more convoluted the rules are the more money they make. Lawyers strive to be politicians and the vicious circle keeps going around and around.
But I have a feeling the fake job train is about to stop. The first to go will be CPAs. Computer robots will do it all. The real gangsters are in charge now.
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Post: #28
RE: Drug dealers/addicts commit the most crime in the US.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2019 07:42 PM)
They will do anything to get money for their addictions. Focus ALL law enforcement on locking up the druggies and you will end most murders, assaults, and thefts.

That's why we need to end the drug war.
Mexico has legalized drugs in effort to stem the drug flow and violence.
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Post: #29
RE: Drug dealers/addicts commit the most crime in the US.
America will always do the right thing, only after exploiting all other options.
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Post: #30
RE: Drug dealers/addicts commit the most crime in the US.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2019 10:47 PM)
Don't we have bigger fish to fry, like criminals crossing our borders, bringing drugs, human trafficking, and terrorists into our country?

President Trump was not exaggerating when he said we are in a crisis situation. The hoards of immigrants making it from Honduras through Guatemala, and up into Mexico are creating a massive problem for us.

The Mexican president has all but decriminalized the activities of the drug dealers, so it's to our benefit that we stop them from crossing our border.

Judicial Watch has been investigating the orchestrated movement of the caravans, and talking to the president of Guatemala who is doing every thing possible to return the Hondurans to their own country. They want to know who is behind the massive numbers of people migrating north.

There are hundreds of gangs in America, vicious criminals, that need to be rounded up and imprisoned. And you want to talk about people who use drugs. BUILD THE WALL.

The whole Afghan war was for control of the opium, and other resources.
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