Think Things Are Bad? Oh Actually They’re Much Worse!: ‘An estimated 2.1 million crimes across the country will not be reported to the FBI for 2021’

As the saying goes: The quickest way to reduce crime is with a No. 2 lead pencil.

An estimated 2.1 million crimes across the country will not be reported to the FBI for 2021

Philadelphia police underreported crime data to FBI for city’s bloodiest year on record

Jun 14, 2022 Philadelphia set an all-time record for homicides in 2021, recording 562 deaths. The crime has spilled into this year, with the city hitting 200 homicides just after Memorial Day weekend.

About 40% of law enforcement agencies across the country submitted no voluntary data to the FBI for 2021, which is up from 15% in 2020, according to Axios. In Pennsylvania specifically, 31 of about 1,500 agencies reported any data to the FBI last year, which is actually higher than 2020’s figures, when 22 agencies in the state reported crime figures.


Pa. murder victims’ families support the death penalty – York Daily Record

February 13, 2015 – Pa. murder victims’ families support the death penalty. After [Newly elected] Gov. Tom Wolf suspended the use of capital punishment in the commonwealth in February, the Pennsylvania Office of the Victim Advocate

While crime surged across Pennsylvania the Gov. and Lt. Gov. kept busy freeing murderers

Gov. Tom Wolf releases 8 lifers, more than any other Pa. governor in decades

Gov. Wolf Signs 13 Commutations for People Who Were Sentenced to Life

Feb 12, 2021 – Criminal Justice Reform, Press Release, Prison Reform. Thirteen clemency applicants sentenced to life in prison will soon be freed to a Community Corrections Center and eventually paroled because Governor Tom Wolf signed their commutations yesterday. Each of the 13 was recommended by Pennsylvania Board of Pardons, led by Lt. Gov. John Fetterman.

The Lt. Gov. kept a busy schedule in 2019, 2020 and 2021 championing causes Pennsylvanian’s who haven’t been murdered, car jacked, etc. care most about:

2019: Convincing Pennsylvania prison lifers to apply for clemency is Lt. Gov. toughest campaign yet

“A catastrophic bottleneck has doomed hundreds and hundreds of men and women to die in prison,” Fetterman told about 180 lifers at SCI Dallas. “But we have the best opportunity in 40 years to get people out.” … they should bother to apply for clemency — which remains the lone hope for release for the state’s 5,400 prison lifers.

Marijuana Report – Lieutenant Governor

Marijuana Report. Lt. Gov. John Fetterman completed a 67-county tour of Pennsylvania in 2019 to hear residents’ comments about legalizing recreational adult-use marijuana.

2020: Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. Champions LGBTQ And Marijuana Legalization From His Taxpayer Funded Balcony

2021: John Fetterman: My Top Priority is Ending Life Without Parole for Convicts

Fetterman During PA’s COVID Prison Break: ‘We Should Have Already Been Doing This’

Sep 14, 2022 Democrat nominee for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, said the state should have been freeing criminals “all along” after it began releasing thousands of inmates during the Chinese coronavirus pandemic. As Gov. Tom Wolfe’s (D) office noted, the state released more than 8,300 prisoners, or nearly 20 percent of the ..

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