I found this quick 2 minute video on Youtube the other day. Kind of short and to the point, I guess. It starts of by showing the crime rates for all the different races, which is pretty shocking in itself. I would have guessed the violent crime rate for African-Americans would be about the same as the White-American and Hispanic-American rates, but the violent crime rate for African-Americans is actually more than twice as high as the violent crime rate for Hispanic-Americans. The video then presents the education and income levels for various races, which shows that African-Americans are more educated and have higher incomes than Hispanic-Americans. To me this raises the question, as the video's producer intended, if Hispanic-Americans are less educated and have lower incomes than African-Americans, shouldn't Hispanic-Americans have a higher violent crime rate than African-Americans? The video also questions the effects of the MAOA "Warrior" Gene. I found that aspect interesting, but the genetic research seems limited. I used to think that better education and higher incomes would have a strong effect on crime, but after seeing this data, I just don't know. I'm interested in seeing what people in the Destee community think about the questions raised in the video.