Shockingly, the NYC crime rate is up. Major crimes have spiked to levels so high that one might be tempted to label them as “epidemic”.  Mayor De Bozo held a press conference to express how shocked he is that criminals would be committing crimes after they were let out of jail early. 

During our Brownells Bullet Points, we will consider some Tactical Bacon. Also we discuss the wisdom of having numerous ways to feed your family. One of those ways might be to actually grow food. For those who live in the city, we have a possible solution.

During our SOTG Homeroom from Crossbreed Holsters, we will once more highlight the need to be dangerous on demand. When the state is more concerned with the welfare of convicted criminals than the people, you must be prepared to take care of yourself.

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From nypost.com:

[ NYC Crime ]
It is “unconscionable” that Rikers Island inmates who were released due to coronavirus concerns are committing new crimes, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday.

“I think it’s unconscionable just on a human level that folks were shown mercy and this is what some of them have done,” the mayor said during his morning briefing Monday, which came on the heels of a Post report outlining the issue.

De Blasio said the number of re-offenders remains relatively small and that the city was “buckling down” on monitoring and supervising released prisoners.

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From nypost.com:

Crime in the Big Apple was up about 12 percent over the first three months of the year — with 2,500 more major felonies in 2020, NYPD stats show.

Five of the seven major index crimes — robbery, felony assault, burglary, grand larceny and car theft — showed a marked increase this year compared to last year.

Among the NYPD statistics from the first quarter of 2020:
• Car thefts spiked 65.5%, from 943 to 1,561
• 685 more robberies were reported for a 25.2% increase
• Burglaries jumped by 21.9% with 533 more reported
• 486 additional grand larcenies occurred, a 5.2% uptick
• 117 more assaults were reported for a 2.6% increase

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