The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department in Missouri recently released their annual crime report for 2022, including a racial breakdown of suspects and victims by race.
According to the 2010 U.S. Census, St. Louis is 49.2% black, and just 43.9% white.
However, of the 200 homicides committed in the city, an astonishing 95% of known homicide suspects were black.
We typically see appalling clearance rates, meaning the percentage of homicides that end in arrest, in largely black communities. St. Louis is no exception. The annual report cites a clearance rate of only 55%.
Black Lives Matter, but not when the police come to the door to investigate a murder suspect and deliver justice in the name of a black victim.
92% of homicide victims were black in 2022, showing for certain that the majority of violent crime in the city is black-on-black.
There were 19 white victims last year in St. Louis, but only 7 white suspects. The fact of the matter is that the majority of whites murdered in the city last year were victims on interracial violence.
Paul Kersey writes for VDARE.com:
Black Lives Matter, though. Right?
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