“Going well”:

The BBC reports:

Brazil’s federal police force says a government campaign to cut gun crime by offering to buy back weapons is going twice as well as expected.

Police said they had met their target of collecting 80,000 guns in under three months, rather than six months. . . .

Actually, that means that a “government campaign to . . . buy back weapons is going twice as well as expected.” In the absence of other data (and the story gives no data), it doesn’t remotely prove anything about how the “government campaign to cut gun crime by offering to buy back weapons” is going, no?

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