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Tractors and crops targeted in rural crime wave (www.bbc.com)

Suspects are almost 25% more likely to be charged for crimes in urban areas than the countryside.

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Simon Dennis
Simon Dennis
2 months ago

Mmmmm how suspicious. Not linked to other related problems such as the destruction of the Dutch food producing market, recent food production plants being destroyed and Bill Gates buying up swathes of US farmland. Nothing to see here folks 😉

Evalusk
Evalusk
2 months ago
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Cardi C
Cardi C
2 months ago

Rural meth problem chief. You like to blame the cities for their godlessness but rural areas are crime hell holes that just don’t get reported because of all the incest

callingthemout
callingthemout
2 months ago

MI5 have been busy

randall
randall
2 months ago

It’s as if food production is being targeted worldwide. sarcasm