Source Pravda.Ru

Almost 3 Million Crimes Registered In Russia In 2001

2,968,255 crimes were registered in Russia in 2001 and 2,068,320 of them were successfully solved, the press center of the Interior Ministry reported to RBC. The press center noted that 1,769,565 of all crimes were grave and extremely grave, including 33,583 murders and murderous attempts. The source reported that the number of thefts dropped last year as compared to 2000 as well as the number of registered cases of fraud and blackmail. One third of all crimes in Russia last year were committed by people who were sentenced before, 9 per cent of crimes were committed by under-aged people and group crimes made up 18.2 per cent. More than 55 per cent of criminals were unemployed.

Comments
Donbass without militia will be worse than Srebrenica - Putin
Capitalism reduced Indonesian cities to infested carcases
ISIS threatens to conduct large-scale terrorist attacks in USA for Jerusalem decision
Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, capitals and puppets
ISIS threatens to conduct large-scale terrorist attacks in USA for Jerusalem decision
The Myth of the Gene: Genetics, Epigenetics and the Organism-Environment Loop
The Myth of the Gene: Genetics, Epigenetics and the Organism-Environment Loop
The Myth of the Gene: Genetics, Epigenetics and the Organism-Environment Loop
Russian politician says Donald Trump extremely dangerous for Russia
North Korea says Trump makes first step towards nuclear war
Capitalism reduced Indonesian cities to infested carcases
Capitalism reduced Indonesian cities to infested carcases
Capitalism reduced Indonesian cities to infested carcases
Should Russian athletes go to non-Olympic Games in South Korea?
Indian Origin of Egyptian Civilization
ISIS threatens to conduct large-scale terrorist attacks in USA for Jerusalem decision
Why did the USSR lose the Moon race?
US military men depressed over of Russia's new T-5000 sniper rifle
Russia to counter Boeing's Х37В with top secret MiG-41 project
Should Russian athletes go to non-Olympic Games in South Korea?
Russia to rebuild its former Soviet naval base in Syria's Tartus