Chicago Misses List
- Despite the ongoing violence plaguing the city, a new report did not name Chicago as one of its most violent cities in the world.
The rankings were published by the Mexico Citizens Council for Public Security, and Caracas was named the most violent city in the world for 2015. The Venezuelan country saw nearly 4,000 homicides with more than 300,000 inhabitants, according to the report. That breaks down to 119.87 homicides per 100,000 people.
But guess who did make the list?
- Four cities in the U.S. were named on the list, St. Louis, Baltimore, Detroit, and New Orleans, respectively, according to the report.
Golly, the cities of riots, riots, Rust Belt collapse and hurricane central. Also, all run by democrats for the past fifty, sixty or more years.