Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"[With regard to Rushton's suggestion {see above},] two errors can be identified....If he refers to all reported crimes, and not merely to index crimes, blacks account for [merely] about 29% of all persons charged in the United States. ....[Additionally] while blacks in the United States account for over 60% of arrests for robbery....[they] are under-represented in crimes like tax fraud and securities violations."

J.V.ROBERTS & T.GABOR, 1990, 'Lombrosian wine in a new bottle: research on crime and race.' Canadian Journal of Criminology 32.

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