DAILYKENN.com -- Blacks dominate interracial homicides much as they dominate basketball.
There were 40 interracial homicides in Alabama in 2016. 31 of those — or 78 percent — involved black suspects and white victims. The statistic contradicts the media-driven myth of white-on-black violence.
By comparison, 74.4 percent of NBA players is black.
26 percent of the state's population is black; a ratio of about 2.6 per 10 residents. The ratio of black suspects in interracial homicides is 7.8 per 10 instances.
Most Americans are convinced that forced racial segregation was due to white racism; an irrational dislike for blacks. In reality racial segregation was intended to protect whites from black violence.
Interracial rape is also dominated by blacks. 87 percent of interracial rapes (8.7 in 10) involved black suspects and white victims, a fact ignored by fake feminists who continue to portray white men as a "rape culture."
From The 2016 Alabama Uniform Crime Report via sbpdl.com ▼
- There were 40 arrests for interracial homicide in the state in 2016. Blacks were represented as 31 of those individuals arrested for homicide in an interracial murder (black on white)
- Though they represent 26 percent of the state population, in 2016 Alabama, blacks were 78 percent of homicide suspects in interracial (involving a black suspect/white victim or white suspect/black victim) murder…
- There were 260 arrests for interracial rape in the state in 2016. Blacks were represented as 227 of those individuals arrested for rape in an interracial sexual assault (black on white)
- Though they represent 26 percent of the state population, in 2016 Alabama, blacks were 87 percent of rape suspects in interracial involving a black suspect/white victim or white suspect/black victim) rape…
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