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Kashonly
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Fun Fact: Baton Rouge vs Prison


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Baton Rouge had a per-capita homicide rate of 28 per 100,000 people in 2011



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Homicide rates were similar in
local jails (3 per 100,000) and State
prisons (4 per 100,000).


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better chance you'll get murdered on the streets of Baton Rouge, than if you were locked up around a bunch of violent criminals.








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ZTiger87
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re: Fun Fact: Baton Rouge vs Prison


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better chance you'll get murdered on the streets of Baton Rouge, than if you were locked up around a bunch of violent criminals.



Should this be surprising?






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Hedonismbot
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re: Fun Fact: Baton Rouge vs Prison


1. New Orleans 49
2. Flint, MI 48
3. St. Louis 40
4. Detroit 34.9
5. Baltimore 34.4
6. Newark 32.1

All higher than BR.



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saintsfan92612
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probably a better chance of getting teh AIDS in BR than in prison as well





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Kashonly
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re: Fun Fact: Baton Rouge vs Prison


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Should this be surprising?


with all the shiv scenes in movies...I thought we may at least be tied






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Jrock87
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re: Fun Fact: Baton Rouge vs Prison


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probably a better chance of getting teh AIDS in BR than in prison as well


This is true.






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GCTiger11
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re: Fun Fact: Baton Rouge vs Prison


This seems like an appropriate thread for this:













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RBWilliams8
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re: Fun Fact: Baton Rouge vs Prison


So wait, you're telling me criminals outside of jail are more deadly than those being Caged and monitored 24/7?





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