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So let’s check the facts in the article here — it states that “the risk of suffering body harm …. a number along the lines of 0.0000002 percent.” There are 320 million people in the U.S and 0.0000002 percent would be 0.64 people — so in other words, the author would be stating that in a given year, not even one person would suffer harm from an intruder. Hmmm —that doesn’t sound too accurate to me and I think I would call that misleading. Kind of ironic when you’re trying to point out something else being misleading.

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