The annual report of the Venezuelan Observatory of Violence said that a total of 27,875 people died violently this year.
DECEMBER 28, 2015 – 7:58 PM
Venezuela closed 2015 with a rate of 90 violent deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, a historical figure that would make him the most violent country in the world without war, said Monday the Venezuelan Observatory of Violence (OVV).
Not one single firearm has been sold to civilians in Venezuela since 2012. Gun control is so tight that even spear guns must be registered and a permit acquired for its use. Those who are lucky to be allowed to have a gun bought prior the cessation of sales, needs to have it registered, secured and only allowed 50 rounds of ammunition a year.
There are plenty more Gun Control regulations that I won’t get into, but what was promised to be a sure-fire method to control violence has proven to be its biggest fuel. And still some believe the same plan will actually work here.
The experiment is over: Gun Control is a failure.