50% of murders in the US went UNSOLVED in 2020

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Two separate analyses of data released by the FBI has shown that approximately 50 percent of murders in the US in 2020 went unsolved.

According to the New York Post, “Analyses of FBI data show that 71 percent of homicides were deemed solved in 1980 — dropping to only about 50 percent in 2020, the last time the data were compiled.”

No publicly accessible government database exists that counts nationwide homicides and whether they go solved or unsolved. Two separate non-profit organizations, the Murder Accountability Project and the Marshall Project, analyzed the data released by the FBI and reached the same conclusion.

The Marshall Project found “About 1 of every 2 murders was solved,” in 2020.

Speaking to the Guardian, the founder of the Murder Accountability Project said, “We’re on the verge of being the first developed nation where the majority of homicides go uncleared.”

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