Decrease In Violent Crime Could Be Temporary

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Editor-in-chief of Frank Borelli talks to Cam Edwards about the rate of violent crime in America, which declined 5.5% last year from the numbers in 2008. Borelli says that the decrease has much to do with the nationwide spike in gun ownership, but Americans should be aware that budgetary cuts to police departments could drive crime rates back up. He and Edwards also discuss New York Assembly Bill A02952, which calls for police to avoid killing suspects by aiming for their arms or legs. Originally aired 5/25/2010.