DAILYKENN.com -- According to the New York City police department, there were 2,262 murders in New York City in 1990. Victims of black homicides were disproportionately black as were the attackers.
By the number of murders dropped to 629 in 1998 and 649 in 2001. In 2016 the NYPD reported only 330 murders in the city.
What made the difference? Stop and Frisk.
We know there were 685,724 stops in 2011 in New York City. That same year there were 515 homicides reported. How many of those homicides were detected by stop-and-frisk? None that I know of. That's 0% and, therefore, a zero percent affect on national crime statistics.
The get-tough policies of mayors Rudi Giuliani and Michael Bloomberg have, however, reduced crime and saved thousands of black lives. Literally. Thousands!
The New York City Police Department (NYPD) delivers raw data that empirically proves that tough-on-crime laws save black lives.
During the David Dinkins administration there were
2245 homicides in New York City (1990)
2154 homicides in New York City (1991)
1995 homicides in New York City (1992)
1946 homicides in New York City (1993)
After Giuliani's and Bloomberg's get tough policy (1994-2013)
the numbers dropped dramatically
534 homicides in New York City (2010)
515 homicides in New York City (2011)
414 homicides in New York City (2012)
333 homicides in New York City (2013)
There were fewer homicides in NYC in 2013 than in any year recorded to date.
How could fewer homicides make black crime statistics increase? Answer: They couldn't!
Let's do the math.
There were 8,340 homicides in NYC 1990-93
There were 1,796 homicides in NYC 2010-13
8,340 - 1,796 = 6,544
A total of 6,544 lives were saved in four years alone! Most of those were black lives.
No self-respecting white racist would support stop-and-frisk. They WANT blacks to kill each other by the thousands!
During the David Dinkins administration,
What made the difference.
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