Friday, June 29, 2007

Brits Cook Crime Books

The UK's Violent Crime Rate has been artificially low since 1981, thanks to the books being cooked.
An extra two million violent crimes a year are committed in Britain than previously thought because of a bizarre distortion in the Government's flagship crime figures, it was claimed yesterday.

A former Home Office research expert said that across all types of crime, three million offences a year are excluded from the British Crime Survey (BCS).

The poll caps the number of times a victim can be targeted by an offender at five incidents a year.

If anyone interviewed for the survey says they have been targeted more than five times a year, the sixth incident and beyond are not included in the BCS.

Institute draconian gun control laws, and then cook the crime statistic books, what better way than to show the public that the new laws are working. Where did they learn this trick?

Can you say Democratic Party Playbook anyone?

Mr Minority