Saturday, July 25, 2015

Two Thirds of Texas Murders by Illegal Aliens?

PJ Media obtained a never-before-released copy of a Texas DPS report on human smuggling containing the numbers of crimes committed by aliens in Texas.   According to the analysis conducted by the Texas Department of Public Safety, foreign aliens committed 611,234 unique crimes in Texas from 2008 to 2014, including thousands of homicides and sexual assaults.
The precise number of homicides (presumably murders and non-negligent manslaughters) is listed as 2,993.  From the FBI UCR, Table 20, the murders and non-negligent manslaughters listed for Texas in those years are the following:

2008 1372,
2009  1325
2010  1246
2011 1089
2012 1141
2013  1133

The period of the Texas DPS study is listed from October of 2008 to April of 2014.  That would be a period of five years and seven months, or 67 months.  From the FBI UCR, we see total murders and non-negligent manslaughters for the years 2008 - 2013 in Texas.  That number is 7306 for the 72 months, or 101 per month.

The periods overlap for all but four months, so we would expect the average per month to be very close.  At 101 x 67 that would be 6,767 total murders and non-negligent manslaughters for the 67 month period.

That is all murders and non-negligent manslaughters, solved and unsolved.  The clearance rate for all murders and non-negligent manslaughter for the  South, West, Central region is 65.8% for 2012, according to the FBI UCR.

The illegal aliens reported in the DPS report were all arrested.  It is likely that a third who committed murders and non-negligent manslaughters were not arrested. That would increase the number of illegal immigrant crimes by 50%, to 4,489.  That does not take into account that only illegal aliens who already had their fingerprints in the criminal database were counted in the DPS study.

If that number is close to correct, over the 67 month period that we have records for, 66+%, or 2/3 of all murders in Texas were committed by illegal aliens.  

That is an astounding number.  I would like to see the actual DPS study.   If the Daily Caller has the study, they should release it.

Update: Here is a screenshot of the Texas DPS ten most wanted for July of 2015.  Note that 9 of the ten have Hispanic surnames.   Immigration status is not stated.  It is interesting to note that all ten are classified as "White".

This does not prove the 2/3 number, but it does support it.  If the 2/3 number is accurate, we would expect the majority of the ten most wanted to have Hispanic surnames.  It also shows that in the criminal justice system, the term "White" has little or nothing to do with cultural heritage.  For criminal justice purposes, Hispanic criminals are considered "White", but Hispanic victims are classified as Hispanics.

Here are some numbers from 2014 in California(pdf).  Hispanics were 46% of arrestees for murder in the state.  We do not know the immigration status.

Total California arrests for homicide in 2014. 1,427
  • 20.1 percent (287) were white
  • 46.0 percent (657) were Hispanic
  • 27.2 percent (388) were black
  • 6.7 percent (95) were other

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