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    From: "Autymn D. C." <lysdexia@jps.net>
    Sent: Monday, March 04, 2002 5:02 AM
    Subject: Re: [ChristianPatriot] Islam vs Christianity


    > From:        Christian Party, tcffc2000@yahoo.com
    >
    > >However, since you raised the question, it's curious that you didn't even
    > >mention that your own reference shows that Qatar's crime rate in 1994 was
    > >half what it was in 1980.  This suggests that they (like many other Muslim
    > >countries) have their crime problems under control, particularly since
    > Turkey's increased 275% and Malaysia's 185% from 1990 to 1997. :P
    >
    > >69% decrease, and which was 1/30th of ours.  Must be a lot of boring
    > >Muslims there, too, eh?
    > With the exception of India, /yes/, from the lack of positive news about
    > those countries, they are boring.

    If "lack of positive news about" about a country is an indication of how
    boring it is, then two thirds of the world thinks the US is the most boring
    place in the world.  Not only do most of them know little to nothing about
    us, but the little bit they do hear is the worst news they've heard in
    years.

    Only American "liberals" and feminists with puffy little chests think of us
    as "the world's last superpower" or "the world's policeman".   Most of the
    people in the rest of the world thinks of us as either "the great satan" or
    a lost country without a definitive foreign policy.

    Declaring war on Osama bin Ladin didn't help that image at all.


    >
    > >Did you notice any Muslim nations whose crime rates come even close to
    > >ours?  No.  Do you wonder at all why we, the great satan, have a crime
    > Maybe you'd like to convert everyone to Islam then.  Or move to Italy.
    >

    No.  Why can't you comprehend the point, as it's been stated over and over
    and over?  Our problems with high rates of crime, incarceration, and social
    pathology didn't start until after we let jews become judges, lawyers, and
    other public servants.  Before that, we had lower overall crime rates than
    some Muslim nations.

    But now that we have some of the worst social and economic indicators in the
    world, it's ludicrous for John Ashcroft to be insulting Muslim nations as if
    though we can give them some sort of good moral advice.

    The best advice we could give them is to avoid jews and feminism like the
    plague--except that they already know that, in spades.

    > >This has got to be a classic.  Is this why feminists are in favor of our
    > >"war on terror"?  We need to stomp on boring countries so that they'll
    > How would you know what they think?

    Discussions like this prove that feminist don't, can't, and never will be
    able to "think".  All they ever do is repeat the jewish mantra they've heard
    50 times over each day in the jewsmedia, and then pretend that they know
    something new.

    >
    > >When the rate at which niggers kill my fellow White Christian Americans
    is
    > >higher than the entire murder rate in many other civilized countries, and
    > >when the "news" refuses to even report on it and instead talks endlessly
    > >about James Byrd, then yes, both of us live in crime zones.
    > never heard of him
    > I'm never affected by crime, and neither is my part of town, so no.  I
    > also live two blocks from an elementary school.  Do you actually fear for
    > your life?  If not, stop complaining.  If so, you may be constantly
    > putting out a reason.

    Of course this is a classic example of how "intelligent" feminists are.

    The reason for being concerned about a ten fold increase in the murder,
    violent crime, rape, and other crime rates is that if the trend continues,
    then you WILL with 100% certainty be a victim of a serious crime, and then
    it will be too, too late for you to do anything about it.

    As it stands right now, all of our crime rates WILL increase even faster
    than they did in the last half a century because the factors that caused
    them in the first place have recently gotten far worse.


    >
    > >er, to be precise, something that feminist don't seem to comprehend,
    > Stop saying feminist, hypocrite.
    > >Turkey's rate in 1990 was 189, which was 1/30th of ours, at 5,803.
    > >There's no data on this chart that shows our rate to be only ten times
    > >higher than Turkey's, and in 1994 our rate was 15 times higher.
    > >
    > >Where do you get this "1/10th - 1/14th of ours"?
    > It's stupid to compare crime rates for different countries for the same
    > year if you're evaluating both over a period of time.  You need to
    > understand that you're not good with charts.  Notice how US's rate rises
    > and falls over a period of about five years?  (Maybe you can tell me
    > why.)

    Not that you'd remember, or understand, but let's try it anyway.  Our major
    crime rates decreased lately for only one reason--the age group which
    commits the most crime (age 16-24) is at an all time record low because of a
    vaccuum in the birth rate 16-24 years ago.  When it cycles back the other
    way, which it always does, the increase in the crime rate will be more
    dramatic than it's ever been.  Not only have the underlying problems not
    been addressed and are thus continuing to accelerate, but it's expected that
    this age group will be larger than ever, and that age group will consist of
    a higher percentage of blacks than ever.

    How serious is the problem?  Even with a million blacks in prison, American
    black men in that age group still commit murder at a rate 175 times higher
    than White women, and STILL a third of them are never brought to justice.
    iow, it's impossible to imprison them fast enough to slow down the
    accelerating murder rate, but the justice system isn't even addressing the
    problem in the first place.  If the trend continues, over the next 40 years,
    7% of American blacks will have murdered somebody--and they already murder 7
    Whites per day.

    Ignore the problem at your own peril.



    > Take the average per cycle and you get about 5510.  Because
    > Turkey's rate isn't cycling, take its highest value and you get a ratio
    > of 1/10.6.  Or, upon the chance that it's falling again, take its average
    > which is 340.1.  Then the ratio is 1/16.2.  I'm assuming that Turkey's
    > rate continues to increase.
    >
    > >Aren't you sooooo proud?
    > No, I just don't care.

    No.  You just don't understand.  And you CAN'T understand.  You just proved
    it.

    >
    > >It's hard to imagine that you missed all the url's to those sources,
    which
    > >means that it's likely that you're just acting like the typical feminist
    > >who shuts her ears when she's confronted with a fact that disputes her
    > It's easier to imagine that you /still/ couldn't understand that I said
    > none of the links give population and the source doesn't give rates per
    > capita.
    >
    > -Aut


    http://fathersmanifesto.net/murdrateworld.htm

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    People living in neighborhoods with low gun ownership like DC, compared to people living in high gun ownership areas like North Dakota, are 9 times more likely to have their car stolen (1,449 vs. 151), 100 times more likely to be robbed (1,107 vs. 11), twice as likely to be raped (43.7 vs. 23.4), 350 times more likely to be murdered (70 vs. 0.2), 9 times more likely to be assaulted (1,442 vs. 166), and 5 times more likely to be burglarized (1,761 vs. 325).

    Bureau of Justice Statistics
    Homicide trends in the United States
    www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/homicide

    Note that the FBI considers "White" in the following statistics to include Hispanics and "White Hispanics" even though they commit homicide at a rate 8 times higher than Whites. With that in mind, the following is the racial composition of offender and victim for homicide


    Per Year



    Black on Black 7,361

    Black on Black Youth 3,650


    Black on White 1,221
    Black on Other 15
    Other on Black 5
    Other on White 54
    Other on Other 56
    White on White 6,661
    White on Black 541
    White on Other 51

     

    Per Day

     

     

    Black on Black 20

    Black on Black Youth 10
    Black on White 3
    Black on Other 0.04
    Other on Black 0.01
    Other on White 0.15
    Other on Other 0.15
    White on White 18.2
    White on Black 1.5
    White on Other 0.14

     

    Per Year Counting Hispanics

    Black on Black 7,361

    Black on Black Youth 3,650

    Black on Hispanic 1,068
    Black on White 153
    Black on Other 15
    Other on Black 5
    Other on White 54
    Other on Other 56

    Hispanic on Hispanic 5,828
    White on White 833

    Hispanic on Black 473
    White on Black 68

    Hispanic on Other 45
    White on Other 6

    Police on All 91

    Police on Black 11

     

     

    Per Day Counting Hispanics

     

    Black on Black 20

    Black on Black Youth 10

    Black on Hispanic 3
    Black on White 0.4
    Black on Other 0.04
    Other on Black 0.01
    Other on White 0.1
    Other on Other 0.1

    Hispanic on Hispanic 16
    White on White 2.3

    Hispanic on Black 1.3
    White on Black 0.2

    Hispanic on Other 0.1
    White on Other 0.02

    Police on All 0.2

    Police on Black 0.03

     

    We should add that according to the Word of God, as well as to most state laws until very recently, most "Hispanics", because they have more Black blood than Spanish blood (who themselves already had Black blood), are considered "Black".

    Not too long ago, George Zimmerman would have been considered "Black", so his "crime" was just yet one more Black on Black crime.

    So the 16 murders PER DAY committed by Hispanics are in reality Black on Black crimes [at least in the Eye of our God, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob].

     

     

     

     

    Racial composition of offender and victim for homicide
     
    Percent of all homicides
               White on   Black on Other on White on Black on Other on White on Black on Other on
    Year       White      White    White    Black    Black    Black    Other    Other    Other
          1976       43.5%     6.0%     0.3%     2.0%    47.5%     0.0%     0.2%     0.1%     0.4%
          1977       44.6%     5.9%     0.4%     2.4%    45.8%     0.1%     0.3%     0.1%     0.5%
          1978       46.3%     6.1%     0.3%     1.8%    44.8%     0.0%     0.3%     0.0%     0.3%
          1979       46.0%     6.8%     0.4%     2.5%    43.7%     0.0%     0.2%     0.1%     0.4%
          1980       46.8%     6.4%     0.3%     2.2%    43.6%     0.0%     0.2%     0.1%     0.4%
          1981       46.8%     6.8%     0.2%     2.5%    43.0%     0.0%     0.2%     0.1%     0.4%
          1982       48.1%     6.4%     0.3%     2.5%    41.7%     0.0%     0.3%     0.1%     0.5%
          1983       48.7%     6.3%     0.3%     2.3%    41.6%     0.0%     0.3%     0.1%     0.5%
          1984       50.3%     6.2%     0.3%     2.6%    39.8%     0.0%     0.3%     0.1%     0.5%
          1985       49.7%     6.7%     0.3%     2.7%    39.8%     0.0%     0.2%     0.1%     0.5%
          1986       47.1%     6.5%     0.4%     2.6%    42.6%     0.1%     0.3%     0.0%     0.6%
          1987       47.3%     6.3%     0.4%     2.9%    42.2%     0.1%     0.2%     0.1%     0.5%
          1988       44.9%     6.6%     0.4%     2.7%    44.5%     0.1%     0.3%     0.0%     0.4%
          1989       43.9%     7.0%     0.3%     3.1%    44.8%     0.0%     0.3%     0.0%     0.5%
          1990       44.1%     6.9%     0.3%     3.2%    44.8%     0.0%     0.3%     0.1%     0.4%
          1991       41.5%     7.7%     0.3%     3.4%    46.3%     0.0%     0.3%     0.1%     0.4%
          1992       41.7%     8.5%     0.3%     2.7%    46.1%     0.0%     0.2%     0.1%     0.4%
          1993       41.1%     8.9%     0.3%     2.7%    46.2%     0.0%     0.2%     0.1%     0.4%
          1994       41.1%     8.6%     0.4%     3.1%    46.1%     0.0%     0.3%     0.1%     0.3%
          1995       43.8%     8.0%     0.4%     3.3%    43.6%     0.1%     0.3%     0.1%     0.5%
          1996       43.8%     8.4%     0.4%     3.3%    43.4%     0.1%     0.3%     0.1%     0.3%
          1997       43.4%     8.4%     0.3%     2.9%    44.0%     0.0%     0.2%     0.1%     0.6%
          1998       46.4%     7.5%     0.3%     3.2%    41.6%     0.1%     0.3%     0.1%     0.5%
     
     
    Number of homicides
               White on   Black on Other on White on Black on Other on White on Black on Other on
    Year       White      White    White    Black    Black    Black    Other    Other    Other
          1976       6279      862       44      290     6855        2       29       12       59
          1977       6299      828       52      346     6469        7       36       10       71
          1978       6776      899       40      269     6547        5       37        5       48
          1979       7054     1037       54      390     6706        4       31       10       64
          1980       7384     1011       42      343     6886        7       34        9       67
          1981       7588     1106       37      402     6972        8       33       11       71
          1982       7183      960       44      377     6227        3       44       12       79
          1983       6719      869       41      314     5739        3       38        8       68
          1984       6664      816       42      341     5264        3       36        9       63
          1985       6744      913       43      361     5402        5       27       12       65
          1986       6896      949       54      378     6235        7       41        6       88
          1987       6574      873       49      408     5861        8       35       10       70
          1988       6362      939       62      389     6312        8       40        7       58
          1989       6450     1029       50      457     6583        2       42        5       75
          1990       6984     1089       43      502     7091        2       42        9       69
          1991       6611     1220       54      541     7361        5       51       15       56
          1992       6241     1272       40      410     6903        4       35       17       63
          1993       6466     1393       46      432     7268        7       32       16       57
          1994       6208     1306       56      469     6960        4       42       13       52
          1995       6043     1110       51      454     6020        8       37       17       72
          1996       5602     1077       49      417     5551       13       32       17       41
          1997       5056      974       34      343     5119        5       28       17       70
          1998       5188      839       36      362     4653        8       29       12       56
     
    Source: FBI, Supplementary Homicide Reports, 1976-98.
    See the methodology section in Additional Information About
    the Data for weighting and imputation procedures used.
      

    Who Murders Who in The Murder Capital of the World

     

     

    Gary, Indiana
    4,387 Hispanics x 21 murders/100k = 1
    Total Murders per year = 49
    Difference = 48
    Number of Blacks = 65,796
    If all other murders are committed by Blacks = 73 murders per 100k Blacks

    Washington, DC
    Hispanic = 62,367 x 21 murders per 100k = 13 murders
    Total murders = 144 in 2009, vs 482 in 1991
    Difference = 131
    Blacks = 314,138
    If all other murders are committed by Blacks = 42 murders per 100,000 Blacks in 2009, and 143 in 1991

    Detroit
    50,917 Hispanics x 21 = 11 murders
    Total murders = 365
    Difference = 354
    Number of Blacks = 562,949
    If all other murders committed by Blacks = 63 murders per 100,000 Blacks

    New Orleans
    19,911 Hispanics x 21 murders per 100k = 4 murders
    Total Murders = 174
    Difference = 170
    Number of Blacks = 219,645
    If all other murders committed by Blacks = 77 murders per 100k Blacks

    Compton
    64,760 Hispanics x 21 murders per Hispanic = 14 murders
    Total Murders = 36
    Difference = 22
    Number of Blacks = 30,637
    If all other murders committed by Blacks = 72 murders per 100k Blacks



    Newport Beach, Ca.
    Hispanics = 7,066 x 21 = 1
    Blacks = 399, x 80 per 100k = 0
    Total Predicted Murders = 1
    ACTUAL Murders = 1 (average of 0.2 over last decade)

    Santa Ana, CA.
    Hispanics = 260,323 x 21 murders per 100k = 54.6 murders
    Blacks = 3,950 x 80 murders per 100k = 3.2 murders
    Total Predicted Murders = 57.8 murders
    ACTUAL Murders = 51 murders

    To be fair, we should note that only 93% of the Hispanics in Santa Ana are Mexicans, or 242,702 of them, and if they commit murder at the same rate as their brethren (21 murders per 100k),then Mexicans are responsible for "only" 51 of the murders there, which is exactly how many murders there are each year in Santa Ana.  The other Hispanics are Cubans, Puerto Ricans, Central American, and South Americans, most of whom do have SIGNIFICANTLY lower murder rates than Mexico (e.g., Cuba at 4.2 vs. Mexico at 21).

    Long Beach, Ca.
    Hispanics = 195,367 x 21 = 41
    Blacks = 60,711 x 80 = 48
    Predicted murders = 89
    ACTUAL Murders = 87

    Los Angeles, Ca.
    Hispanics = 1,876,711 x 21 -= 393
    Blacks = 354,273 x 80 = 283
    Total Predicted Murders = 676
    ACTUAL Murders = 670
    Why would LA's murder rate for Blacks and Hispanics be 28% lower than the national average?

    San Francisco
    Hispanics = 126,524 x 21 = 26
    Blacks = 47,611 x 80 = 38
    Total murders = 64
    ACTUAL Murders = 69

     

    Stockton, Ca.
    Hispanics = 122,644, x 21 = 26 murders
    Blacks = 34,516, x 80 = 27 murders
    Total predicted murders = 53
    ACTUAL murders = 49

    New York, New York
    Hispanic - 2,407,983 x 21 - 504
    Black = 2,067,708 x 80 = 1,654
    Total Estimated Murders - 2,158
    ACTUAL Murders in 1990 = 2,245

    Charlottesville, Va.
    Blacks = 8,743 x 80 per 100k - 7 murders per year
    Hispanic - 2,194 x 21 per 100k = 0.4 murder per year
    Total Predicted Murders = 7.4 murders
    ACTUAL Murders = 5

    Houston, Texas
    Hispanic - 941,493 x 21 = 197
    Black - 504,796 x 80 = 400
    Total Predicted Murders = 597
    ACTUAL Murders = 577

    Oakland, Ca.
    Hispanics = 104,122 x 21 - 22
    Blacks 104,908 x 80 = 84
    Total Predicted Murders = 106
    ACTUAL Murders = 104

    Richmond, Ca.
    43,216 Hispanics x 21 murders per 100k = 9
    25,219 Blacks x 80 murders per 100k = 20
    Total Predicted Murders = 29
    ACTUAL Murders = 26

    Compton, Ca.
    64,760 Hispanics x 21 per 100k - 14
    30,637 Blacks x 80 per 100k = 24
    Total murders per year = 38
    ACTUAL = 36.8

    Anaheim = 158,729 Hispanics
    at 21 murder per 100k = 33 murders per year
    Blacks = 8,395 x 80 per 100k = 8
    Total murders per year = 41
    Actual 37 per year


    Parkland, Florida
    Hispanics = 4,995
    Blacks - 1,749
    Mexico = 21 murders per 100k
    Blacks = 80 murders per 100k
    Hispanics = 1.05 murder per year, or 10 over the last decade
    Blacks = 1.3 murders per year, or 13 over the last decade
    Over the last decade, up until this week, there had only been 1 murder, and this school shooting brings it up to 18.


    Many people on the news are proclaiming that the reason they moved to Parkland was how "safe" it appeared. Well, if they uses that as a criteria, then they ought to move to non-multicultural areas like Newport Beach, or North Dakota, or Singapore, or the Republic of Ireland where the murder rate is 0.2 per 100k.

    Law Enforcement Officers per 100k


    LEO per 100k - 655 (50,000 Officers)
    Fargo - 140
    Mesa, Az = 265
    Scottsdale = 275
    Los Angeles = 328 (12,774 Officers)
    Long Beach = 234

    Terrorists


    Of the nine people I know who were killed by Muslims, plus the daughter of my racquetball partner who I never met, who have been killed by Muslims, not a single one was identified by ANY news agency, much less the MSM, much less CNN, as a "terrorist" event.

    If this is true across the nation, then the number of people killed in ACTUAL terrorist attacks by "radical Muslims" [though I repeat myself] is MUCH bigger than the official number.


     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    FBI Uniform Crime Report

     

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    http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/homicide/ageracesex.htm

     

     

    We like to think of NYC as a populous city, but at 2,050 people per square km, it actually ranks 114th in the world. Cities like Mumbai, Kolkata, Karachi, Lagos, Shenzhen, Seoul, and Taipei are ten times as densely populated, and cities like Singapore, Mexico City, Cairo, St. Petersburg (Russia), Santiago, and Istanbul are four times as populated.

    http://www.citymayors.com/statistics/largest-cities-density-125.html

    For mentally ill liberals who like to claim that our high crime rates are caused by our densely populated cities rather than our Blacks, remember that NYC also has a murder rate 28 times higher than Singapore and 9 times higher than Cairo [at the height of Arab Spring]--AND that a woman is FIVE TIMES more likely to be raped there than in Singapore.

    http://www.usa.com/new-york-ny-crime-and-crime-rate.htm

    For mentally ill liberals who like to think that the solution to our ever increasing crime rates is an ever increasing police force, please don't forget that we already have 64 TIMES as many police per capita as Singapore (244 vs. 3.8 per 100,000 population), 271 TIMES as many as Switzerland, Netherlands, South Korea, and Sri Lanka (244 vs. 0.9), and 2,430 TIMES more than Poland, Spain, New Zealand, and Morocco (243 vs. 0.1).

    http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Crime/Police-officers

    http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/compare/Singapore/United-States/Crime

    Why do we have so many mentally ill liberals?

    Why do so many of us listen to mentally ill liberals?

    How could a STUPID country like Poland have ONE TWO THOUSAND FOUR HUNDREDTH as many police officers as us, at the SAME time that they have a murder rate ONE FOURTH of ours (5 vs. 1.2 per 100,000):


    http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Crime/Murder-rate

     

     

    In 2010, compared to a resident of Newport Beach, a resident of Washington, DC,  was:

     

    1) Two hundred more likely to be murdered (21.9 per 100,000 population, vs. 0.11)

    2) Six times more likely to be raped (30.6 vs. 4.9).

    3) Thirteen times more likely to be robbed (650.6 vs. 51.3).

    4) Six times more likely to be assaulted (538.1 vs. 86.7).

    5) 35% more likely to be burgled (702 vs. 519).

    6) 52% more likely to be a victim of theft (2,999.7 vs. 1,974).

    7) Five times more likely to have his car stolen (806.3 vs. 163.7).

     

    Compared to a resident in neighboring city Santa Ana which has been taken over by Mexicans (and now looks like Tijuana used to look before us WHITES cleaned up Tijuana), was:


    1) 86 times more likely to be murdered (10.0 per 100,000 population, vs. 0.11)
    2) Five times more likely to be raped (26 vs. 4.9).
    3) Five times more likely to be robbed (256 vs. 51.3).
    4) Three times as likely to be assaulted (323 vs. 86.7).
    5) 35% more likely to be burgled (702 vs. 519).
    6) Almost twice as likely to be a victim of theft (2,999.7 vs. 1,974).
    7) Five times more likely to have his car stolen (142 vs. 1,038).
    8) Four times as likely to be a victim of arson (10 vs. 40)

    And Newport Beach is not the safest city in California.  We rank 27th, which means there are 26 other mostly White cities which are even safer than us.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    What's wrong with America that so many children are now in prison and so many women CRIMINALS are not?

    A recent CNN documentary from "Crimes of the Century" provides some insight into these well documented statistics. A mother tried to convince her daughter to assassinate her step-father for the SOLE purpose of gaining control of his half a million dollar stock portfolio. Her daughter agreed, and solicited the help of CHILDREN, mere BOYS, to carry it out. When these two boys got a guilty conscience about their possible role in this murder, they argued amongst the three of them, and ended up killing the daughter who originally solicited them for murder.

    These two boys are HEROS. They prevented the murder of the step-father, punished the REAL perpetrator of murder by murdering her, AND removed the mother from this position of power, without whom this would never have happened.

    Did the mother go to prison?

    NO.

    Did the two boys go to prison?

    YES.

    IS THIS .UCKING STUPID?

    This woman is THE DEVIL.  For society to support her in ANY WAY is to support THE DEVIL.

    For this putative Christian nation to get Right With God, she must be EXECUTED, and the boys must be released WITH FULL HONORS for their role in preventing the step-father's murder.

     
     
    http://www.census.gov/statab/ccdb/cit2121r.txt 
    Cities with 100,000 or More Population in 2000 ranked by
      Percent Black or African American Population, 2000
      in Rank Order
    
    [When cities share the same rank, the next lower
      rank is omitted.  CDP = census designated place,
      only used in HI which has no incorporated places]
    
    City in rank order                             Percent     Rank
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    Gary city, IN                                     84.0        1
    Detroit city, MI                                  81.6        2
    Birmingham city, AL                               73.5        3
    Jackson city, MS                                  70.6        4
    New Orleans city, LA                              67.3        5
    Baltimore city, MD                                64.3        6
    Atlanta city, GA                                  61.4        7
    Memphis city, TN                                  61.4        7
    Washington city, DC                               60.0        9
    Richmond city, VA                                 57.2       10
    Savannah city, GA                                 57.1       11
    Newark city, NJ                                   53.5       12
    Flint city, MI                                    53.3       13
    St. Louis city, MO                                51.2       14
    Cleveland city, OH                                51.0       15
    Shreveport city, LA                               50.8       16
    Portsmouth city, VA                               50.6       17
    Augusta-Richmond County (balance), GA             50.4       18
    Baton Rouge city, LA                              50.0       19
    Montgomery city, AL                               49.6       20
    Inglewood city, CA                                47.1       21
    Mobile city, AL                                   46.3       22
    Columbia city, SC                                 46.0       23
    Beaumont city, TX                                 45.8       24
    Hampton city, VA                                  44.7       25
    Norfolk city, VA                                  44.1       26
    Columbus city (balance), GA                       43.9       27
    Durham city, NC                                   43.8       28
    Philadelphia city, PA                             43.2       29
    Dayton city, OH                                   43.1       30
    Cincinnati city, OH                               42.9       31
    Fayetteville city, NC                             42.4       32
    Little Rock city, AR                              40.4       33
    Newport News city, VA                             39.1       34
    Rochester city, NY                                38.5       35
    Hartford city, CT                                 38.1       36
    New Haven city, CT                                37.4       37
    Greensboro city, NC                               37.4       37
    Milwaukee city, WI                                37.3       39
    Buffalo city, NY                                  37.2       40
    Winston-Salem city, NC                            37.1       41
    Chicago city, IL                                  36.8       42
    Chattanooga city, TN                              36.1       43
    Oakland city, CA                                  35.7       44
    Tallahassee city, FL                              34.2       45
    Louisville city, KY                               33.0       46
    Paterson city, NJ                                 32.9       47
    Charlotte city, NC                                32.7       48
    Kansas City city, MO                              31.2       49
    Bridgeport city, CT                               30.8       50
    Huntsville city, AL                               30.2       51
    Kansas City city, KS                              30.1       52
    Jacksonville city, FL                             29.0       53
    Fort Lauderdale city, FL                          28.9       54
    Lafayette city, LA                                28.5       55
    Akron city, OH                                    28.5       55
    Chesapeake city, VA                               28.5       55
    Jersey City city, NJ                              28.3       58
    Raleigh city, NC                                  27.8       59
    Athens-Clarke County (balance), GA                27.4       60
    Pittsburgh city, PA                               27.1       61
    Orlando city, FL                                  26.9       62
    Nashville-Davidson (balance), TN                  26.8       63
    New York city, NY                                 26.6       64
    Tampa city, FL                                    26.1       65
    Dallas city, TX                                   25.9       66
    Indianapolis city (balance), IN                   25.5       67
    Boston city, MA                                   25.3       68
    Syracuse city, NY                                 25.3       68
    Houston city, TX                                  25.3       68
    Peoria city, IL                                   24.8       71
    South Bend city, IN                               24.6       72
    Columbus city, OH                                 24.5       73
    Vallejo city, CA                                  23.7       74
    Toledo city, OH                                   23.5       75
    Clarksville city, TN                              23.2       76
    Waco city, TX                                     22.6       77
    Alexandria city, VA                               22.5       78
    St. Petersburg city, FL                           22.4       79
    Miami city, FL                                    22.3       80
    Lansing city, MI                                  21.9       81
    Springfield city, MA                              21.0       82
    Grand Rapids city, MI                             20.4       83
    Fort Worth city, TX                               20.3       84
    Elizabeth city, NJ                                20.0       85
    Moreno Valley city, CA                            19.9       86
    North Las Vegas city, NV                          19.0       87
    Virginia Beach city, VA                           19.0       87
    Joliet city, IL                                   18.2       89
    Minneapolis city, MN                              18.0       90
    Rockford city, IL                                 17.4       91
    Fort Wayne city, IN                               17.4       91
    Yonkers city, NY                                  16.6       93
    San Bernardino city, CA                           16.4       94
    Waterbury city, CT                                16.3       95
    Knoxville city, TN                                16.2       96
    Lancaster city, CA                                16.0       97
    Sacramento city, CA                               15.5       98
    Tulsa city, OK                                    15.5       98
    Stamford city, CT                                 15.4      100
    Oklahoma City city, OK                            15.4      100
    Springfield city, IL                              15.3      102
    Long Beach city, CA                               14.9      103
    Palmdale city, CA                                 14.5      104
    Providence city, RI                               14.5      104
    Pasadena city, CA                                 14.4      106
    Erie city, PA                                     14.2      107
    Arlington city, TX                                13.7      108
    Berkeley city, CA                                 13.6      109
    Lexington-Fayette, KY                             13.5      110
    Grand Prairie city, TX                            13.5      110
    Aurora city, CO                                   13.4      112
    Pembroke Pines city, FL                           13.3      113
    Omaha city, NE                                    13.3      113
    Mesquite city, TX                                 13.3      113
    Wichita Falls city, TX                            12.4      116
    Hollywood city, FL                                12.1      117
    Cambridge city, MA                                11.9      118
    Garland city, TX                                  11.9      118
    Fontana city, CA                                  11.8      120
    Topeka city, KS                                   11.7      121
    St. Paul city, MN                                 11.7      121
    Wichita city, KS                                  11.4      123
    Los Angeles city, CA                              11.2      124
    Stockton city, CA                                 11.2      124
    Tacoma city, WA                                   11.2      124
    Denver city, CO                                   11.1      127
    Aurora city, IL                                   11.1      127
    Hayward city, CA                                  11.0      129
    Evansville city, IN                               10.9      130
    Las Vegas city, NV                                10.4      131
    Irving city, TX                                   10.2      132
    Austin city, TX                                   10.0      133
    Clearwater city, FL                                9.8      134
    Pomona city, CA                                    9.6      135
    Bakersfield city, CA                               9.2      136
    Coral Springs city, FL                             9.2      136
    Ann Arbor city, MI                                 8.8      138
    Abilene city, TX                                   8.8      138
    Lubbock city, TX                                   8.7      140
    Fresno city, CA                                    8.4      141
    Seattle city, WA                                   8.4      141
    Des Moines city, IA                                8.1      143
    Rancho Cucamonga city, CA                          7.9      144
    San Diego city, CA                                 7.9      144
    San Francisco city, CA                             7.8      146
    Allentown city, PA                                 7.8      146
    Ontario city, CA                                   7.5      148
    Riverside city, CA                                 7.4      149
    Worcester city, MA                                 6.9      150
    San Antonio city, TX                               6.8      151
    Colorado Springs city, CO                          6.6      152
    Portland city, OR                                  6.6      152
    Corona city, CA                                    6.4      154
    West Covina city, CA                               6.4      154
    Oceanside city, CA                                 6.3      156
    Carrollton city, TX                                6.3      156
    Amarillo city, TX                                  6.0      158
    Anchorage city, AK                                 5.8      159
    Madison city, WI                                   5.8      159
    Phoenix city, AZ                                   5.1      161
    Plano city, TX                                     5.0      162
    Glendale city, AZ                                  4.7      163
    Corpus Christi city, TX                            4.7      163
    Chula Vista city, CA                               4.6      165
    Daly City city, CA                                 4.6      165
    Norwalk city, CA                                   4.6      165
    Tucson city, AZ                                    4.3      168
    Lowell city, MA                                    4.2      169
    Modesto city, CA                                   4.0      170
    Downey city, CA                                    3.8      171
    Oxnard city, CA                                    3.8      171
    Henderson city, NV                                 3.8      171
    Tempe city, AZ                                     3.7      174
    Cedar Rapids city, IA                              3.7      174
    Chandler city, AZ                                  3.5      176
    San Jose city, CA                                  3.5      176
    Salinas city, CA                                   3.3      178
    Springfield city, MO                               3.3      178
    Fremont city, CA                                   3.1      180
    Lincoln city, NE                                   3.1      180
    Albuquerque city, NM                               3.1      180
    El Paso city, TX                                   3.1      180
    Concord city, CA                                   3.0      184
    Naperville city, IL                                3.0      184
    Peoria city, AZ                                    2.8      186
    Anaheim city, CA                                   2.7      187
    Warren city, MI                                    2.7      187
    Independence city, MO                              2.6      189
    Reno city, NV                                      2.6      189
    Mesa city, AZ                                      2.5      191
    Overland Park city, KS                             2.5      191
    Vancouver city, WA                                 2.5      191
    Gilbert town, AZ                                   2.4      194
    Pueblo city, CO                                    2.4      194
    Hialeah city, FL                                   2.4      194
    Escondido city, CA                                 2.3      197
    Fullerton city, CA                                 2.3      197
    Santa Clara city, CA                               2.3      197
    Santa Rosa city, CA                                2.2      200
    Sunnyvale city, CA                                 2.2      200
    Torrance city, CA                                  2.2      200
    Burbank city, CA                                   2.1      203
    Santa Clarita city, CA                             2.1      203
    Manchester city, NH                                2.1      203
    Spokane city, WA                                   2.1      203
    Cape Coral city, FL                                2.0      207
    Bellevue city, WA                                  2.0      207
    Salt Lake City city, UT                            1.9      209
    Sioux Falls city, SD                               1.8      210
    Santa Ana city, CA                                 1.7      211
    Orange city, CA                                    1.6      212
    Honolulu CDP, HI                                   1.6      212
    Pasadena city, TX                                  1.6      212
    Lakewood city, CO                                  1.5      215
    Costa Mesa city, CA                                1.4      216
    Irvine city, CA                                    1.4      216
    San Buenaventura (Ventura) city, CA                1.4      216
    Green Bay city, WI                                 1.4      216
    Garden Grove city, CA                              1.3      220
    Glendale city, CA                                  1.3      220
    Simi Valley city, CA                               1.3      220
    Sterling Heights city, MI                          1.3      220
    Eugene city, OR                                    1.3      220
    Salem city, OR                                     1.3      220
    Scottsdale city, AZ                                1.2      226
    Westminster city, CO                               1.2      226
    Thousand Oaks city, CA                             1.1      228
    West Valley City city, UT                          1.1      228
    Fort Collins city, CO                              1.0      230
    Livonia city, MI                                   0.9      231
    El Monte city, CA                                  0.8      232
    Huntington Beach city, CA                          0.8      232
    Boise City city, ID                                0.8      232
    Arvada city, CO                                    0.7      235
    McAllen city, TX                                   0.6      236
    Provo city, UT                                     0.5      237
    Brownsville city, TX                               0.4      238
    Laredo city, TX                                    0.4      238
    
    Source:  U.S. Census Bureau,
             County and City Data Book: 2000,
             Table C-2.
    

    http://www.census.gov/compendia/statab/cats/law_enforcement_courts_prisons/crimes_and_crime_rates.html

    Cities Murder rate
    New Orleans, LO 51.7
    St. Louis, MO 40.3
    Detroit, MI 40.0
    Baltimore, MD 37.3
    Baton Rouge, LA 33.6
    Newark, NJ 28.7
    Birmingham, AL 28.6
    Oakland, CA 25.7
    Washington, DC 24.0
    Buffalo, NY 22.3
    Kansas City, MO 20.6
    Memphis, TN 19.8
    Philadelphia, PA 19.5
    Cleveland, OH 19.3
    Richmond, VA 19.2
    Norfolk, VA 17.9
    Tulsa, OK 17.7
    Cincinnati, OH 16.5
    Chicago, IL 16.1
    Montgomery, AL 15.3
    Atlanta, GA 14.5
    Savannah-Chatham Metro, GA 14.1
    Miami, FL 14.1
    Rochester, NY 13.6
    Nashville, TN 12.9
    Dallas, TX 12.9
    Houston, TX 12.6
    Pittsburgh, PA 12.5
    Jacksonville, FL 12.2
    Indianapolis, IN 12.2
    Orlando, FL 11.9
    Milwaukee, WI 11.9
    Oklahoma City, OK 11.7
    Jersey City, NJ 11.6
    Toledo, OH 11.3
    Stockton, CA 11.3
    Columbus, OH 10.8
    Albuquerque, NM 10.6
    Modesto, CA 10.3
    Louisville Metro, KY 9.8
    Mobile, AL \3 9.7
    Akron, OH 9.7
    Greensboro, NC 9.5
    Durham, NC 9.2
    Fresno, CA 8.7
    Long Beach, CA 8.6
    Bakersfield, CA 8.2
    Los Angeles, CA 8.1
    Las Vegas MPD, NV 8.1
    Boston, MA 8.0
    Phoenix, AZ 7.6
    Laredo, TX 7.5
    Charlotte-Mecklenburg, NC 7.5
    Santa Ana, CA 7.4
    North Las Vegas, NV 7.3
    San Antonio, TX 7.2
    Fort Wayne, IN 7.2
    Glendale, AZ 7.1
    Wichita, KS 6.8
    Omaha, NE 6.8
    Winston-Salem, NC 6.5
    Tucson, AZ 6.4
    Sacramento, CA 6.4
    Fort Worth, TX 6.1
    Aurora, CO 5.9
    Lubbock, TX 5.8
    Tampa, FL 5.8
    Denver, CO 5.8
    New York, NY 5.6
    San Francisco, CA 5.6
    Chesapeake, VA 5.4
    Riverside, CA 5.0
    Anchorage, AK 4.9
    Minneapolis, MN \1 4.7
    St. Paul, MN 4.6
    St. Petersburg, FL 4.5
    Lexington, KY 4.4
    Virginia Beach, VA 4.4
    Scottsdale, AZ 4.2
    Corpus Christi, TX 4.2
    Reno, NV 4.1
    Yonkers, NY 4.0
    Hialeah, FL 3.8
    Colorado Springs, CO 3.7
    Seattle, WA 3.7
    Spokane, WA 3.4
    Raleigh, NC 3.4
    Portland, OR 3.4
    Garland, TX 3.2
    Arlington, TX 3.2
    San Diego, CA 3.1
    Mesa, AZ 3.0
    San Jose, CA 2.9
    Boise, ID 2.9
    Austin, TX 2.9
    Anaheim, CA 2.7
    Irving, TX 2.0
    Lincoln, NE 2.0
    Chandler, AZ 2.0
    El Paso, TX 1.9
    Chula Vista, CA 1.8
    Gilbert, AZ 1.7
    Madison, WI 1.7
    Honolulu, HI 1.5
    Henderson, NV 1.5
    Plano, TX 1.5
    Irvine, CA 1.4
    Fremont, CA 1.0

    Crime, Adultery, Divorce & Incarceration

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    Comparison Between High and Low States High Low Factor Difference
    Divorce per 1,000 pop 6.5 Arizona 3.0 New Jersey 2.2X 3.5
    Murder per 100,000 pop 19.8 Lousiana 0.2 North Dakota 99X 19.6
    Rape per 100,000 pop 75.6 Delaware 23.4 North Dakota 3.2X 52.2
    Incarceration per 100,000 pop 707 Texas 112 Minnesota 6.3X 595

    References:

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    Excel Spreadsheet of US murder and incarceration rates in the 20th century.
    Excel Spreadsheet of US jail and prison population 1940-2000.
    Excel Spreadsheet of US crime, divorce, and incarceration rates, across states.
    Tables of US incarceration rates.
    Excel Spreadsheet of US divorce & incarceration rates by state vs. percent of men teachers and principals.
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