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Multiple groups demand hate crime
investigation over Sikh victim
of Brooklyn hammer attack

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Posted By: Ribicon, 5/1/2021 11:46:32 PM

Brooklyn—A man is wanted for attacking another man with a hammer in Brooklyn in what multiple Sikh groups are calling a bias attack, police said. The incident took place at around 8:04 a.m. Monday morning at the Quality Inn on Osborn Street. A 32-year-old man was working at the hotel when an unidentified man began a verbal dispute with the other man and two other employees through a glass opening partition. The victim opened the door, confronts the employee and strikes him with a hammer.(Snip) Police did not say that this was being investigated as a hate crime,


Can a black man be held liable for hate crime charges? They're special to the point where the news can describe the attacker's hair, jacket, pants, sneakers, and face mask as black, yet the assailant himself was an adult male with a medium build.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: itsonlyme 5/1/2021 11:52:54 PM (No. 772945)
Leroy? Tyrone? Dat u?
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Reply 2 - Posted by: JrSample 5/2/2021 12:19:41 AM (No. 772951)
Hmmmm... some information is missing from the description of the suspect.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: valinva 5/2/2021 2:49:00 AM (No. 772983)
"The man wanted in connection with the attack is described as an adult male, with a medium build, black short hair and was last seen wearing black jacket, black pants, black sneakers and a black face mask." Can't say the perp is black. That would be racist.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Petronius 5/2/2021 6:53:44 AM (No. 773029)
Obama sure has a lot of sons.
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