Law Enforcement Today:

The correlation between new criminality and incarceration (or lack of incarceration) seems strong based on rapidly rising violence.

The imprisonment rate for 2020 represented a decrease of 28% from 2010.

In 2020, the imprisonment rate was the lowest since 1992.

The number of admissions to federal prison (down 19,000) and to state prison (down 211,800) both declined by 40% from 2019 to 2020.

An estimated 2.2 million arrests occurred among the approximately 409,300 persons released from prison per the Bureau of Justice Statistics.

Violent crime, especially urban violent crime, increased substantially for 2020-2021 per the FBI and Gallup

The content of this article is fantastic. Having said that, hitting the enter key in between every single sentence is a bit much. It’s like these guys have the opposite problem that InfoDigger and WhiteNoize have in our comments section. People who will write out an entire leftist meme without daring to hit that enter key.

Bureau of Justice Statistics

In 2020, the number of persons held in state or federal prisons in the United States declined 15%, from 1,430,200 at yearend 2019 to 1,215,800 at yearend 2020.

Only Alaska showed an increase (2%) in its prison population, while other jurisdictions showed declines of 7% to 31%.

The number of persons sentenced to more than 1 year in state or federal prison decreased from 1,379,800 in 2019 to 1,182,200 in 2020.

The combined state and federal imprisonment rate for 2020 (358 per 100,000 U.S. residents) represented a decrease of 15% from 2019 (419 per 100,000 U.S. residents) and a decrease of 28% from 2010 (500 per 100,000 U.S. residents).

The number of admissions to federal prison (down 19,000) and to state prison (down 211,800) both declined by 40% from 2019 to 2020.

The article does a great job showing prison populations decreasing. But they merely reference the FBI and Gallup data showing crime exploding. Well, what are the numbers there?


The FBI released its annualUniform Crime Report for 2020 on Monday, showing that the number of homicides increased nearly 30% from 2019, the largest single-year increase the agency has recorded since it began tracking these crimes in the 1960s.

The report, which is on par with preliminary numbers that were reported over the summer, also shows a 5% increase in violent crime between 2019 and 2020. Overall crimes reported by the FBI decreased by about 6% between 2019 and 2020.

CNN even includes this handy graph of murders.

As mentioned in the Law Enforcement Today article, violent crime can often be under reported for a variety of reasons. In contrast, it’s hard to miss a dead body.

So our 40% decline in prison population corresponded to a 30% increase in homicides. And all this during the year of Covid-19, where people were cooped up in their homes.

Thank god for the obese antifa cunts trying to get even more violent criminals released onto the streets. And thanks to all the (((academics))) putting in the pseudo-intellectual groundwork making sure these poor oppressed murderers get let back out onto the streets.

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  1. I think law enforcement may have cribbed the “its harder to hide a dead body” from Steve Sailer. If not, he’s been pushing that as the true measure of crime for years. Its also important to note that not all murders are reported as they are discovered, due to ongoing investigations, slow local departments, and yet to be found bodies rotting in the woods. So the 2021 murder rate wont be done increasing for at least a few more months.

  2. I’ll never forget the TRS episode where the boys discovered that the data for Table 43 is collected through the National Incident Based Reporting System……..NIBRS. It’s moments like those where I can understand why people think we live in a simulation.

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