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    US/Mexico Border not more violent

    Further proof that the new reporting requirements are completely unnecessary. Border violence has been steadily declining....

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    And naturally the people that usually generate these "studies and reports", have never lived near the US/Mexico border...

    Ask anyone that's live in El Paso for over 10 years...they'll tell you differently....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy View Post
    And naturally the people that usually generate these "studies and reports", have never lived near the US/Mexico border...

    Ask anyone that's live in El Paso for over 10 years...they'll tell you differently....

    Cite?
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    Are you suggesting that violent crimes are routinely not reported in Texas? That would explain why El Paso is now the safest large city in the US.

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