Kentucky: The Color of Crime


In Kentucky, African-Americans are 7.8 percent of the population and 13.3 percent of poor people, but are responsible for 27 percent of homicide, 13 percent of rape, 44 percent of robbery, 28 percent of aggravated assault, and 19.3 percent of burglary.

I know these statistics are getting a bit repetitive, but I am posting them primarily for the search engines can direct more people to this site.

I’ve now done Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri, Iowa, California, Iowa, Chicago and Atlanta.

Racial Breakdown

Source: U.S. Census 2010

Racial Breakdown: Kentucky Poverty





Aggravated Assault


Source: Crime in Kentucky, 2009

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  1. No, they are not repetitive – in-fact, there should be a convenient link below the banner image for easy access to this bounty of hate-truth. Tennessee should be principle among these data because it destroys the liberal lie that poverty causes crime.

    I’ve been using Tennessee to plant many seeds of hate-truth – these facts are giving the uninitiated paradigm shifts in how they view African crime.

  2. I would be interested to see a “Color of Crime” on Alaska.

    Alaska is something like 64% white/non-hispanic. 14-15% native, and only 3% black.

    The crime, especially in Anchorage, is quite disproportionate to the demographic makeup, as far as I have seen.

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