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Michael Goodwin: Crime is now America’s public enemy No. 1

The left’s attacks on law enforcement after George Floyd’s murder and the decision by most of the political class to run for cover spawned an era of anything goes

By Michael Goodwin

New York Post

Former Washington, D.C. homicide detective Ted Williams responds to the rise in crime across major U.S. cities that pushed police cuts

On the anniversary of George Floyd’s murder this week, it is beyond dispute that the case sparked new appraisals of race relations and policing. It is also beyond dispute that the protests and unchecked riots that followed Floyd’s death sparked an epidemic of crime that continues to engulf American cities.

The statistics are familiar, yet still shocking. The nearly 20,000 gun-related homicides last year were the most in decades, and one researcher found that 51 of the 57 largest cities saw increases. New York’s body count was up by nearly 40 percent.

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