It's obviously not a given, but if you want to argue that black people are more likely to be corrupt than white people by some significant factor, feel free to take the stage.

Math says it.And who says that this is even close to statistically impossible?

I don't feel like doing the numbers out right now, but try to calculate the probability that 8 people selected from a group of 435 would all be part of a 41 member subset of that group of 435.

Unless there is some other factor at play, such as black officials being 20 times more corrupt than white officials or the OCE pursuing black officials for some other reason, this is incredibly unlikely.

edit: Assuming an even distribution, the odds are 1 in 160,562,159.