Murders and shootings have spiked in many American cities—and so have efforts to ignore or deny the crime increase.
The Brennan Center’s report, “Crime in 2015: A Preliminary Analysis” confirms the Ferguson effect, while also showing how clueless the media are about crime and policing.
"St. Louis Alderman Jeffrey Boyd, at a news conference in July after his
nephew was slain, made a poignant plea: “We march every time the police
shoot and kill somebody. But we’re not marching when we’re killing each
other in the streets. Let’s march for that.”
Trying to hide the rise of crime