John Derbyshire writes
Try asking some white acquaintance how much more likely a random black American is to commit homicide, than a random white person. “Heck, I don’t know,” he’ll say, displaying considerable embarrassment at having been forced to think about the matter. “Is there really a difference? What is it, twice as likely?” The actual answer: six times as likely.
However, reading the passage he linked to more closely, it says "In 2013, a black was six times more likely than a non-black to commit murder." Six times more likely than a non-black, not a white.
And "non-blacks includes "Hispanics," those of any race with a Spanish surname (or, for women married to non-Hispanic men, a Spanish maiden name), citizens and aliens, legal and illegal, well over 90% of whom are nonwhite. The overwhelming majority of "Latinos" and "Hispanics" and nearly all illegal aliens are Mestizos—part Spanish, part Amerindian.
And a minority (who knows how large a minority?) are black, including mulattos and “zambos,” a mixture of African and Amerindian. See my 2011 article Hispanic Sex Offenders Listed As White In Wisconsin. Why?—
the source of the pictures above.
Nonwhite "Hispanics," including blacks ironically, now far outnumber native-born "African-Americans."
Nonwhite "Hispanics," (including who knows how many blacks?) are not as violent and criminal as "African-Americans" but are far more violent and criminal than European-Americans. If one excludes nonwhite "Hispanics," and defines black "Hispanics" as black, then blacks are roughly 10 times more likely to commit murder than European-Americans. And they'd probably be 15 or even 20 times more likely than whites to commit murder if they were far better marksmen, as James Fulford has noted in a recent article
and a few blog-posts.
Racially, the category "Hispanic" causes nothing but confusion and ignorance and should be abolished, especially in respect to crime statistics.