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  • New Study: US Murders Concentrated In Non-White Counties

    Sixty-eight percent of all murders in the U.S. occur in just 5 percent of counties - all of them concentrated in nonwhite-inhabited regions, a new study by the Crime Prevention Research Center has shown.

    The report, titled "The Geographical Concentration of Murders" is careful to avoid mentioning race, but the maps and data provided show clearly the relationship between race and the murder rate.

    Murders are concentrated in the areas heavily overrun by the Hispanic invasion, and in the urban areas where blacks are concentrated.

    "The United States can really be divided up into three types of places. Places where there are no murders, places where there are a few murders, and places where murders are very common," the report continues.

    It goes on to point out that "most counties [in the U.S.] do not experience any murders," and that in 2014, 54 percent of U.S. counties had zero murders, and 69 percent had no more than one murder.

    Sixty-nine percent of counties have no more than one murder, and about 20 percent of the population. These counties account for only 4 percent of all murders in the country.

    The worst 1 percent of counties have 19 percent of the population and 37 percent of the murders. The worst 5 percent of counties contain 47 percent of the population and account for 68 percent of murders.

    The 2014 U.S. murder rate was 4.4 per 100,000 people, the report continues, adding that when the worst 1 percent of counties are excluded from this total, the national murder rate drops to 3.4 per 100,000 people... More
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      You can't use facts in a presentation like this. It construes the vision that certain individuals have of people in America.

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      • #4
        Solution: Confiscate guns from Democrats.

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          'New" Study. **snicker**

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          • #6
            1960 Detroit called.

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            • #7
              They needed a study for this? Have these people been on mars for the last 30 years?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by BigRedRetard View Post
                They needed a study for this? Have these people been on mars for the last 30 years?
                I think the, liberals, Democrats and cultural Marxists, especially in California, may have some trouble sweeping this one under the rug.

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                • #9
                  Somehow it's still white peoples fault.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by CHEEZY08 View Post
                    Somehow it's still white peoples fault. ~ Coleman Young

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by .crispy View Post
                      Damn, that's an impressive overlay and speaks volumes.

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                      • #12
                        and in other news, a new study has found that "most rain forests are found in areas that get above average rainfall".

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by WTexasCrude View Post

                          Damn, that's an impressive overlay and speaks volumes.
                          Not really.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by animal View Post
                            and in other news, a new study has found that "most rain forests are found in areas that get above average rainfall".
                            Shocking, Huh?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Reservoir Dog View Post

                              Not really.
                              Actually spot on like anyone with common sense needs graphs.

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