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Turin son of Hurin
Saturday, June 4th, 2011, 12:34 AM
http://news.ninemsn.com.au/world/8257336/Yale-University-lab-slayer-sentenced-44-years

Wouldn't a non-white doing this to a white have gotten about 3 years?

CruxClaire
Saturday, December 10th, 2011, 07:54 PM
I think the non-white would have gotten 50 years to life.

Minorities are punished more heavily, perhaps because they're poorer on average than whites are and can't afford excellent lawyers. The percentage of black and hispanic men in jail is considerably higher than the percentage of white men.

Karpaten Befreier
Saturday, December 10th, 2011, 08:48 PM
The percentage of black and hispanic men in jail is considerably higher than the percentage of white men.

Have you never thought that this might be a percentage that is there as a result that they commit more crimes than they have worse lawyers? Think about it.

Thorodinssohn
Saturday, December 10th, 2011, 08:54 PM
Have you never thought that this might be a percentage that is there as a result that they commit more crimes than they have worse lawyers? Think about it.

no, no, of course not. Its the evil white man who hordes all the money and makes sure that minorities stay behind bars. They ain't done nothin' wrong. ;)

CruxClaire
Tuesday, December 13th, 2011, 12:48 AM
I think more of them commit certain types of crimes. But one sees the same trend among poor whites. The rise in crime is a result of widespread poverty among their race, and that poverty has been in effect since slavery ended. American blacks, in particular, have never had the same opportunities in the US as the average white person. They're statistically poorer, and therefore more likely to turn to crime out of desperation.

Huginn ok Muninn
Tuesday, December 13th, 2011, 10:11 AM
I think more of them commit certain types of crimes. But one sees the same trend among poor whites. The rise in crime is a result of widespread poverty among their race, and that poverty has been in effect since slavery ended. American blacks, in particular, have never had the same opportunities in the US as the average white person. They're statistically poorer, and therefore more likely to turn to crime out of desperation.

Poverty does not cause crime. That is a typical Marxist fallacy. The manner in which the culture of the ethnic folk body views crime, combined with low intelligence of the individual and a tendency toward impulsive behavior causes crime, where the opportunity presents itself. The proof is easy to see. West Virginia is one of the poorest states in the union, yet also has one of the lowest crime rates. Why? It is 97% white, that's why! These people have an ethos which looks down upon criminal behavior, and even though they might be poor, their average IQ is higher than that of the average millionaire negro professional sports figure. And by the way, have you looked at the crime rate among these overpaid ball-players? There goes your silly little theory passed down uncritically from the simpleton Karl Marx.

Gretel die Katze
Tuesday, December 13th, 2011, 10:49 AM
Poverty does not cause crime. That is a typical Marxist fallacy. The manner in which the culture of the ethnic folk body views crime, combined with low intelligence of the individual and a tendency toward impulsive behavior causes crime, where the opportunity presents itself. The proof is easy to see. West Virginia is one of the poorest states in the union, yet also has one of the lowest crime rates. Why? It is 97% white, that's why! These people have an ethos which looks down upon criminal behavior, and even though they might be poor, their average IQ is higher than that of the average millionaire negro professional sports figure. And by the way, have you looked at the crime rate among these overpaid ball-players? There goes your silly little theory passed down uncritically from the simpleton Karl Marx.

I can personally vouch for West Virginia having an exceptionally low crime rate, while having a high poverty rate. West Virginia seems to have some of the nicest people in the U.S. IME.

I was born there.

The Aesthete
Tuesday, December 13th, 2011, 11:02 AM
Ever heard of affirmative action CruxClaire?

Linden
Tuesday, December 13th, 2011, 12:06 PM
I think more of them commit certain types of crimes. But one sees the same trend among poor whites. The rise in crime is a result of widespread poverty among their race, and that poverty has been in effect since slavery ended. American blacks, in particular, have never had the same opportunities in the US as the average white person. They're statistically poorer, and therefore more likely to turn to crime out of desperation.

The London Borough of Havering is one of the few areas of London with a large white working class population. Official estimates made in 2010 suggested that over 88% of the population of Havering was 'White British', with less than 3% of the total population being African and/or Afro-Caribbean. In spite of the fact that the African/Afro-Caribbean ethnic group represent such a small percentage of the total population of this borough, in Q1 and Q2 of 2010 they were responsible for more than 85% of all violent crimes reported in that single borough. Similarly, in the same period of time 91.2% of all murders in this borough were committed by Africans/Afro-Caribbeans, and only 2.9% were committed by 'White British'. In addition to this, Africans/Afro-Caribbeans were eleven times more likely to commit robberies than the 'White British' population (which is largely working class).

The Grey Fox
Wednesday, December 21st, 2011, 10:35 PM
Anyone here actually been in jail? I have been years ago. Only for 2 days. It was a misdemeanor charge. I can tell you that from what I saw, there are VERY FEW white people in jail. I only met 1, uno, eins, ONE white man there who was there for longer than a day. He was there for a week. We were surrounded by mexicans and some black people. I was in a cell for those 2 days with 3 mexican guys who didn't speak english. They didn't give me any trouble or anything. Maybe the fact that I am about a foot taller and fairly strong made them more afraid of me, I don't know. But I did talk with quite a number of people there. They were all there for minor things. One man was there for writing a bad check to buy $50 worth of food after loosing his job. Several were there for possession of marijuana. Not pounds of it. They just had a joint or something on them and were being held for LONG periods of time for it. I was the only person there as far as I could find out who really deserved to be there. By that I mean, who had committed a REAL crime. In my case petty theft. What can I say... I was young and desperate. Haven't done it since. But the point is, anyone who has been there would know for sure that white people are seldom seen in jail compared to minorities. And their sentences are light. I got off with a $400 fine and a clean record after 2 years, which is still clean thank you very much. But I guarantee that if a mexican got caught doing what I was doing, he would not see daylight for 5-7 years. Anyone else have a similar experience?

Frostbite
Thursday, December 22nd, 2011, 04:09 AM
Poor people of all races tend to get longer sentences. Non-whites tend to get longer sentences because they're usually poor and can't afford a decent lawyer.

Slivers
Saturday, February 4th, 2012, 07:26 AM
Anyone here actually been in jail? I have been years ago. Only for 2 days. It was a misdemeanor charge. I can tell you that from what I saw, there are VERY FEW white people in jail. I only met 1, uno, eins, ONE white man there who was there for longer than a day. He was there for a week. We were surrounded by mexicans and some black people. I was in a cell for those 2 days with 3 mexican guys who didn't speak english. They didn't give me any trouble or anything. Maybe the fact that I am about a foot taller and fairly strong made them more afraid of me, I don't know. But I did talk with quite a number of people there. They were all there for minor things. One man was there for writing a bad check to buy $50 worth of food after loosing his job. Several were there for possession of marijuana. Not pounds of it. They just had a joint or something on them and were being held for LONG periods of time for it. I was the only person there as far as I could find out who really deserved to be there. By that I mean, who had committed a REAL crime. In my case petty theft. What can I say... I was young and desperate. Haven't done it since. But the point is, anyone who has been there would know for sure that white people are seldom seen in jail compared to minorities. And their sentences are light. I got off with a $400 fine and a clean record after 2 years, which is still clean thank you very much. But I guarantee that if a mexican got caught doing what I was doing, he would not see daylight for 5-7 years. Anyone else have a similar experience?

I will admit that I have been in county jails- although never longer than a weekend. The biggest mix of people in jail that I had experienced was Half black, Half white(in one "pod" group atleast of around 50-75 people). The other (2) times it was predominately white males in their 20's. One white guy I met in there said he had 6 kids and was getting sentenced to 13 years on some nonsense that he didn't fully explain, so he could of been lying but at the time it seemed reasonable enough to believe with a grain of salt. I've even met white's who I went to school with in jail, twice. I believe the population in jails flucuates. But in the area I moved from I believe it's typically whites in jail or 50/50.
I don't agree with Claire completely about the poverty issue. I think it has more to do with social groupings among people. If you're in a group or run with a group of people who are inclined to be inspired by the wrong things you're probably more likely to commit a crime that's premeditated(If you commit a crime, that is). And I don't know if there are any trends for people who commit crimes out of reactionary anger. I have a feeling those types cross any lines and just depends on the person and situation.

As a white male I have never * been afforded no extra opportunities or benefits from any employer or law enforcement official.