Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky. Its population is 71 percent white and 23 percent black. It has a violence problem, documented in the excellent show The First 48.
The source of this violence? The black population. The 2017 Louisville Uniform Crime Report shows there were 107 criminal homicides in the city. There were 26 white victims, though whites represented only 10 of those individuals arrested for homicide.
There were 75 black victims, with blacks representing 47 of those individuals arrested for homicide.
For homicides in Louisville in 2017, the majority (50) of the cases were not cleared.
But we do know this: 82.4 percent of those arrested for homicide in 2017 Louisville were black.
And Unz.com is the first outlet to report this crime data for Louisville, though every news affiliate, radio station, and newspaper in the area has had access to this data for going on two years. Why not publicize it?