Nearly one-third of the women murdered in the US die at the hands of their husbands…?

According to the FBI and Bureau of Justice Statistics, most women die at the hands of their spouse due to troubles with finances, general problems in the marriage, and/or cheating.

Do you feel that men are unjustly looked upon as suspects in investigations such as these too quickly because of statistical data that for sure has some sort of margin of error?
Or do you think that the actions of a man suspected during the ivestigation speaks to their guilt or innocence?
How do you feel about the situation as a whole? Unjust or just suspicision?
How can FBI statistics be one-sided? They collect data form field agencies across the country, so I doubt there is a feminist bias to it.

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