Violent Crime Increased At Alarming Rate For First Time In 4 Years FBI Report Finds

New crime numbers from an FBI report show a 30 percent increase in the number of murders and manslaughters in 2020 compared to 2019. NBC News’ Pete Williams reports on the first annual increase in four years. 
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Hospital Staff Receive Panic Button Badges After Rise In Violent Patients

After an increasing number of patients became violent at Cox Medical Center in Missouri staff members were given personal panic buttons. It uses a GPS tracking system so security can locate employees when they are in trouble. KYTV’s Madison Horner reports.

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Dallas violent crime down, Police Chief Eddie Garcia says crime reduction plan is working

It’s been 90 days since the new Dallas police chief implemented his Violent Crime Reduction Plan and it appears to be working.

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Taliban ‘increasingly violent’ to protesters, U.N. says

U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights spokesperson Ravina Shamdasani said that the Taliban’s response to protests in Afghanistan has been increasingly violent, with the group using live ammunition, batons, and whips that have resulted in at least four deaths.

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Lucchese Mafia Hitman Frankie Pasqua Tells His Violent Life Story (Full Interview)

In this VladTV exclusive, Frankie Pasqua detailed his time as a former hitman for the Lucchese crime family. As a third-generation mobster, he explained why his family started with the Gambinos before switching to the Lucchese. Despite studying pre-med in college, Pasqua soon dropped out and helped run a prostitution ring in addition to providing protection for one of the Bonanno family’s biggest drug dealers. He described his time in prison and his torture tactics and hits as a hitman. Pasqua also described how his father snitched on him before he himself ended up cooperating with the feds. After cooperating, Pasqua avoided a life sentence and served five years in prison due to drug charges. Check out the above interview to hear him describe his time as a mafia hitman.