Gerald Fryer, an MSU zoologist, who has written several books on how to space walk inside your bedroom by turning off the lights and trotting up and down on your bed, announced at a press conference that Mexicans had the lowest intelligence in the world.
His research is based on the sole case of three Mexican criminals that didn't possess sufficient cognitive skills to become successful at the simple task of taking a woman's car away from her.
Fryer did field work on the three criminals to analyze their behavioral traits while they were placed under stress by well organized opponents that were linked to each other through a system of communications and the sharing of data. The opponents were the police detectives that where hunting them down in a game of cat and mouse.
He compared their ratio of success to that of the zodiac killer's who was believed to have been Caucasian and who belonged to superior racial group.
The three Mexican men were wanted for the murder of an American teenager named Brenda Arenas of Tucson. Arenas was shot in the head during a botched carjacking because the three men didn't have the ability to understand that the shooting was unnecessary since the girl was not a threat to them when the mother quickly drove away from the scene of the carjacking and they did not realize that there were plenty of more cars on the street to attempt another more successful carjacking.
The men were in the country illegally and had escaped to Mexico.
Fryer says that he finally rated their IQ at the lowest level of 60 when the men turned themselves in at an Arizona border crossing point not realizing that they would face the death penalty or would be incarcerated for life and that staying on the lam as long as possible would have been a more advantageous outcome. "If the zodiac killer would have committed the same crime, he would have remained in Mexico to anonymously run a business and to elude police until he would have reached the ripe old age of 95-years-old." said Fryer
U.S. Customs and Borders Protection agents said they took the three into custody and it was as easy as taking candy from a baby.