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Winnipegs unsolved murder of Eduardo Sanchez: Do police do enough to solve crime?

  • Yes, police try their best to solve crimes.

    The Eduardo Sanchez mystery is indeed a strange one, and to many seems to indicate a level of foul play. I disagree with this assessment and happen to think that the police most often do their best to try and solve crimes. The realization is that sometimes there just aren't enough witnesses, or that sometimes situations are as such that they cannot get a lead.

  • Yes, police do enough to solve crime.

    Yes, police agencies go above and beyond to solve crime and do enough to ensure the safety of the community. The reality is that many murders are unsolved due to a lack of evidence available. This does not mean police are not seeking this evidence, but the clever nature of criminals can impede the efforts of police.

  • No, i disagree

    No, they do not. If they had enough evidence to solve the murder of Eduardo Sanchez, they would have done so by now. Of course the fact that the case was not a priority because Eduardo Sanchez is a Hispanic male means that they might have had the evidence they needed in the begining, but the trail has since gone cold.

  • No, they do not.

    If they had enough evidence to solve the murder of Eduardo Sanchez, they would have done so by now. Of course the fact that the case was not a priority because Eduardo Sanchez is a Hispanic male means that they might have had the evidence they needed in the begining, but the trail has since gone cold.


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