African Americans are not predisposed to criminality because there is no scientific evidence to indicate that race is an indicator of criminal behavior. Statistical analysis of the FBI and BJS data is often cherry-picked to support the ‘black on black’ crime issue. While there are many factors that influence crime, poverty being a large one,
there is no scientific basis to support that race plays any role in why people commit crimes in general. ‘Black-on-black’ crime is considered an offensive term among left and left-leaning political groups, believing it has been used to label African Americans as more criminally inclined when many crimes are intraracial across racial and ethnic groups.
The study claiming that the MAOA or ‘Warrior Gene’ is found in African American males also states that it is present at nearly equal or higher levels in Maori, Taiwanese, European, and Chinese males, debunking the theory that African American men are somehow more aggressive than men in other racial groups.