At Least Half of Federal Prisoners Arrested in November 2018 Committed no Crimes with Victims (and thus, no crimes)

Let their own math convict them of ‘unjust’ convictions….

Federal Prison Incarcerations from November 2018

Chart Label Offense # of Inmates % of Inmates
a Banking and Insurance, Counterfeit, Embezzlement 458 0.3%
b Burglary, Larceny, Property Offenses 8,159 4.8%
c Continuing Criminal Enterprise 364 0.2%
d Courts or Corrections 719 0.4%
e Drug Offenses 77,649 46.0%
f Extortion, Fraud, Bribery 10,633 6.3%
g Homicide, Aggravated Assault, and Kidnapping Offenses 5,512 3.3%
h Immigration 10,906 6.5%
i Miscellaneous 1,197 0.7%
j National Security 64 0.0%
k Robbery 6,117 3.6%
l Sex Offenses 16,471 9.8%
m Weapons, Explosives, Arson 30,438 18.0%

Not sure the percentage of people in category M that were arrested for simply possessing weapons, but even if you assume ALL of the people in that category committed actual crimes (as in ACTUAL DIRECT victims), this chart shows that nearly half (minimum) of the people in Federal Prisons are there because they consumed or sold something that wasn’t approved of by the government.
There’s no victims, save for the ones in the prisons, and the family and friends of these victims affected profoundly by the kidnapping and caging of these people.BOP.GOVBOP Statistics: Inmate Offenses

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