posted on Jul, 19 2014 @ 04:47 PM
a reply to: rustyclutch
The statistics cited were not related enough to the topic, which are murder and kidnapping statistics. "Violent Crime" is close, but not enough to
relate to the topic. I want statistics on murder or kidnapping for illegal immigrants compared to a control group of the US adult poor population. We
know illegal immigrants are generally poor. So how many legal us residents who are poor commit murders?
Now you have a point from which you can compare to illegal aliens. So the way you would do this is:
1. Find statistics on the number of people convicted of murder
2. Find out within that group, how many are illegal aliens
3. Guess how many illegal aliens are in the USA
1 person for every x illegal immigrants commits a murder?
1 person for every x poor US legal citizen commits a murder?
If you want a head-to-head comparison, then that is what you need. And then if you are going to actually take action against an entire group for the
actions of a few individuals within, you has better have a difference of 10x before its fair to do so.
edit on 19-7-2014 by wayforward because:
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