>> Can we talk about the culture of crime that exists among rich white men in the financial industry?
Oh, shut the fuck up, you weak-minded twat. I'm beyond tired of hearing this useless analogy trotted out as though it's somehow compensatory. I'll tell you "Why is that?": Relatively speaking, I, and I suspect most people, really don't give that much of a shit about white-collar crime. If something happened that affected me personally somehow- and I don't mean in the greater "it costs all of us" sense, like insurance fraud- you bet I'd be pissed.
But I wouldn't be dead. Or worse. Gunshot- or beating-induced paralysis is quite the bitch. I might wind up poor, but I'd still be around to play with my kids, run in the park, that kind of wonderful mundane nonsense.
*That's* what people are concerned about. And *that's* the kind of violent crime perpetrated, vastly disproportionate to their numbers in society, by "brown and black people".