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originally posted by: idiedinatimemachine
a reply to: TinfoilTP
Do you honestly, seriously believe these people are "Hillary Supporters"? lol I bet they don't even know anything about politics or even really have a political affiliation..
originally posted by: testingtesting
a reply to: loam
Well I kinda hope people are not attempting to say all people who doesn't support Trump are like these animals black or white.
I did notice the first video saying the guys name and now the second has turned him into a Trump supporter, I do think people will use this to further widen race relations.
Just a very sad disgusting situation all around.
DIETRICH, Idaho -- A school district investigation into allegations that a mentally-disabled black teenager was raped with a hanger in the Dietrich High School locker room concluded it was "more likely than not" the teen had been the victim of sexual assault and attacks by his football teammates.
When Congress passed the Hate Crimes Statistics Act of 1990, it compelled the FBI to collect figures on hate violence. But, it did not compel police agencies to report them. Record keeping on hate crimes is still left up to the discretion of local police chiefs and city officials.
Many police departments still refuse to report hate crimes, or to label crimes in which gays, Jews and minorities are targeted because of race, religion or sexual preference as hate crimes. Still other police departments don’t bother compiling them because they regard hate crimes as a politically loaded minefield that can tarnish their image and create even more political friction.
The official indifference by many police agencies to hate crimes prevents federal officials, even if they wanted to more aggressively enforce civil rights laws, from accurately gauging the magnitude of civil rights violence.
originally posted by: Rezlooper
This isn't Syria my friend, this is the United States of America, where we're civilized (supposedly) and have laws (supposedly) and feel safe to walk down the street, go to the store or the movies.