Crime fears and killings rise in tan­dem

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The two-decade-high lev­el of homi­cides in the nation since Pres­i­dent Joe Biden took charge of the White House has appar­ent­ly helped to boost those who believe that the crim­i­nal jus­tice sys­tem is not tough enough on crim­i­nals.
This month, Gallup showed a spike in Amer­i­cans who want pros­e­cu­tors to crack down on vio­lent crime. The 58% who feel that way is sim­i­lar to the atti­tudes of the nation before Wash­ing­ton decid­ed to approve crim­i­nal jus­tice reform and the defund police move­ments.
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It also par­al­lels the surge in vio­lent crime. Homi­cides have grown to 24,448, the high­est since 2000.
Crime researcher Sean Kennedy, pres­i­dent of Vir­gini­ans for Safe …