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  • Mass Shootings Are on the Rise—and Falling

    Time - 09/18/2013

    Or we could use the FBI’s definition of a mass shooting: one in which at least four people, not including the perpetrator, are killed. This is a vastly larger category than the one Maddow employs: there were about 600 such incidents in the United States between 1980 and 2010.  As James Alan Fox, a professor of criminology at Northeastern University points out, the rate of such mass shootings does not appear to be rising. 

     

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