High incidence of gunfire in the United States continues to occur

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 High incidence of gunfire in the United States continues to occur


According to the human rights record, the Pugh Research Center survey showed that at least 2/3 of the respondents said they had guns in their families. The FBIs US crime report 2016 shows that 73% of murders in 2016 involved guns. The American gun violence record room, statistics on firearms casualties in 2017, showed that as of December 25th, there were 60091 shooting incidents in the United States in 2017, resulting in 15182 deaths and 30619 injuries, of which 338 were mass shooting events. According to the record of human rights, violent crimes in the United States are rising, the problem of the spread of firearms is still difficult, the case of shooting continues to occur, the law enforcement of police violence has caused widespread protest, the government violates the right of personal network privacy, and the peoples life and freedom are seriously threatened. Among them, in the case of violent crime, the human rights record points out that in September 2017 the United States Federal Investigation Bureau issued the 2016 American crime report, which showed that there were about 1 million 200 thousand violent crimes in the United States in 2016, an increase of 4.1% from 2015, and 386.3 of the average one hundred thousand inhabitants, 3.4% more than 2015. Compared with 2015, the number of violent injuries increased by 5.1%, the murder rate increased by 8.6%, and rape cases increased by 4.9%. About police abuse of law enforcement power, human rights records said that according to the Washington Post website, 987 people were shot dead by police in 2017. The Pugh Research Center disclosed in January 11, 2017 that nearly 500 African Americans were shot by police in the past two years. Source: Xinhua editor: Lee Ying Ying _NBJS5961 About police abuse of law enforcement power, human rights records said that according to the Washington Post website, 987 people were shot dead by police in 2017. The Pugh Research Center disclosed in January 11, 2017 that nearly 500 African Americans were shot by police in the past two years.