BY RONALD L. MCNINCH
In a recent news article, an interesting statement was made that Guam violent crime would likely increase. This potential increase was based on statements from a researcher at John Jay College in New York. John Jay is a great school. As with many off-island researcher units, they often miss the mark in discussing small island populations. Whether we study social, political or economic concerns and our populations, to put it bluntly, small isolated U.S. islands are simply different.
Let’s start with the idea that violent crime will potentially increase in the future . . .
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