Jury doesn't seek hate crimes indictment in assault
Paperwork released Wednesday showed a Travis County grand jury's decision to indict Lambert Borgardt for second degree aggravated assault and battery after police say he attacked two men last fall.
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#1 Mar 7, 2013
It's ridiculous that the grand jury's decision not to hand down a hate crime indictment was based on poor audio equipment. Does it state somewhere in the penal code that one of the elements to proving a hate crime is that there must be audio and or video of said crime in order to pursue a formal charge?
What about looking at the totality of the circumstances? Gay pride weekend , eye witnesses, not to mention the victims own testimony!
It's infuriating to think that electronic devices have more weight than a real live human beings own voice.
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