Don’t know the answer to many of your conflating questions. I don’t know how many have been killed by being held down with a knee on their neck.So, again, how many white people have been killed in the same way as Floyd? In other words, having non-standard approaches used to arrest someone alleged to have committed a minor crime (only because he looked like the person), and killing him when he wasn't resisting arrest.
The thing about black deaths by cops, maybe look at the data comparing unarmed black deaths by cops compared with unarmed white deaths by cops.
Also, look at the way white people get more lenient sentences than black people (compare Brock Turner's phenomenally lenient sentence compared with the sentences that black people being arrested for marijuana possession). In fact, if you want data, the black population uses marijuana at the slightly lower rates than the white population, but are 4 times more likely to be arrested for possession.
How often are innocent white people scared of the police? This is a regular with the black population.
The anecdote I used shows that not only are the black population more fearful of the police, the population in general know that by stating a person is black on the phone to the police, they are more likely to have the police attend. Why is that? Nah, just an anecdote!
You’re probably right with the unarmed stat, I don’t have those figures. sounds like it could a true. But this is a very thin way to slice the data.
When you say these things but overlook the overriding fact that blacks are heavily over represented in crime and violent crime.
As I said I think the issue is compounded by America’s gun laws.