The war against police has seen Minneapolis crime skyrocket to the tune of more than 500 percent. You read that right. In just one year, carjackings have increased by 537%.
During our SOTG Homeroom from Crossbreed Holsters, we consider how to be dangerous on demand. What can you and should you do when confronted with an armed robber?
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Carjackings in Minneapolis have increased by 537% in November 2020, compared to November 2019. Minneapolis police have reported more than 125 carjackings in the city over the past two months.
Minneapolis police spokesman John Elder addressed the rise:
“The numbers are staggering.
“It defies all civility and any shred of common human decency.
“These suspects have been known to ask for directions, and then rob the victim of a purse, phone, or car.”
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