Evolution of the rate of unsolved homicides in the USA
Here is a graph that shows the evolution of unresolved homicides (in red) between 1965 and 2019 in the United States. We realize that the number of murders for which we do not find the culprits is surprisingly increasing. In the 1970s, this rate was 28% on average, compared to 42% today.
It is not explained why. Maybe because there are fewer false accusations thanks to science (!?).
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