In "Cotton Comes to Harlem," the witness described the perp as a Blackman. The detective then informed him it was a dark and rainy night, and asked how he was sure the perp was Black. The witness replied: He walked Black. Whenever we have these mass murders, in my Black community, they pray that it is not a Blackman. Considering the above graphics, the observation of the witness in "Cotton Comes to Harlem" is informative of the color of the perp in US' mass killings.
The question asked becomes relevant when posed: Do we need to take away Americans gun to get to the root cause of the problem and fix it?