Judge Dismisses Hate Crime Charges In Assault On Transgender Woman
Felony hate crime allegations were dismissed Wednesday against two men accused of assaulting and robbing a transgender woman near San Francisco's 16th Street BART station in April, but the pair were ordered by a judge to stand trial on other charges in the case.
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Since: Jun 11
#1 Jun 23, 2011
where is the justice? the article stated that one of the suspects said "Oh, I hate men dressed up as women." , with that being said, hate is very obvious in this case. Even the suspect used the word "hate" in his own admission. What more does the court system need to apply hate crime status to this case?
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