By the way, Straub's old boss Bill Bratton is returning as police commissioner of New York City, and his old counter-intelligence buddy John Miller from the FBI, who's been pretending to be a journalist at CBS News for the past several years while working for the CIA, is joining him at NYPD. The return of these two treacherous men to NYPD could signal the planning of another major false flag event in the Big Apple like 9/11. You may recall that Straub rewarded Bratton's Altegrity Solutions after he recommended him for the job as Indy's Public Safety Director with a useless contract to flatter Straub with a glowing 49-page report on the police accountability measures he implemented at IMPD that cost taxpayers $71,000.
UPDATE: WRTV's Chris Proffitt puts Indy's homicide rate into perspective: it's higher than Chicago's rate.
An RTV6 analysis of the city's 2013 murder rate compared to Chicago's shows that Indy has seen approximately 10 percent more homicides per capita than the Windy City.
Chicago, with a population of more than 2.7 million, has reported 409 murders this year, according to www.DNAinfo.com, which tracks the city's crime rate. That puts it at roughly 15.1 murders per 100,000 residents.
Indianapolis, by comparison, has seen 140 homicides to its 822,000 citizens – a murder rate of 17 per 100,000 people.
It's also the first time the city has broken 100 murders since 2008.
IMPD officially acknowledges that 124 homicides have occurred this year, twenty less than the number recorded by Bart Lies. It categorizes another 16 deaths as "justifiable" as the reason for not counting them as homicides. Bart Lies has increased its number for the year to 144, adding an additional homicide after this post was first published.