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    Re: Feds: 'Knockout' attack was a hate crime.

    Quote Originally Posted by nota bene View Post
    And there's a reason Holder jumped in. Funny how he ignores so much--for example, the Philly voter intimidation thing--but hopped right on this.
    I would like an explanation as to why the feds are in on this case when it is clearly a local matter.

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    Re: Feds: 'Knockout' attack was a hate crime.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mason66 View Post
    I would like an explanation as to why the feds are in on this case when it is clearly a local matter.
    Whites need to get used to the type of justice meted out to minorities for the last century or so.

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    Re: Feds: 'Knockout' attack was a hate crime.

    Quote Originally Posted by washunut View Post
    Whites need to get used to the type of justice meted out to minorities for the last century or so.
    Quite possibly one of the stupidest statements I've ever seen on this forum upstairs.
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    Re: Feds: 'Knockout' attack was a hate crime.

    as we hear same person say "stupidest statement" every day said poster posts
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    Re: Feds: 'Knockout' attack was a hate crime.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mason66 View Post
    I would like an explanation as to why the feds are in on this case when it is clearly a local matter.
    wrong again but you keep repeating this fallacy and dodging the questions. very telling.

    If you would like to say holder is incompetent or you dont like him thats fine by me, make your case, but stating fallacies wont help you.
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    Re: Feds: 'Knockout' attack was a hate crime.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ockham View Post
    Quite possibly one of the stupidest statements I've ever seen on this forum upstairs.
    I second that.

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    Re: Feds: 'Knockout' attack was a hate crime.

    When the three blacks on camera broke the guys jaw about a month a go that was a love crime????

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    Re: Feds: 'Knockout' attack was a hate crime.

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    wrong again but you keep repeating this fallacy and dodging the questions. very telling.

    If you would like to say holder is incompetent or you dont like him thats fine by me, make your case, but stating fallacies wont help you.
    What is it you have a problem with?

    Please explain to me why this is a federal case.

    The feds can't just come in and take a case over when they have no jurisdiction.

    Was the victim a federal employee or did this happen on federal property?

    This was a local assault case period.

    I haven't checked it out, but an earlier poster said the feds can come in of the local case fails.

    Please show me where the local case was even filed, let alone failed.

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    Re: Feds: 'Knockout' attack was a hate crime.

    I do believe in the first case we heard about a while back the suspects when interviewed stated they went after only white people.

    Wouldn't that admission classify the crime as a hate crime?

    For the record the suspects were black and the victim white.

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    Re: Feds: 'Knockout' attack was a hate crime.

    I don't believe in hate crime legislation, my opinion is it is feel good legislation based upon assigning differing standards to the same thing. That said this was a cowardly and disgusting act against a defenseless person and rather than creating a hate crime standard the idiot who did this should get hit with everything on the books; Abuse of the elderly, aggravated battery, attempted manslaughter/murder, willful injury. The victim did not deserve what happened to him, on that we can all agree, I just think that crimes should be punished according to everything but motivation, an armed robber for instance gets punished according to the laws he broke, whether that was to feed his family or score quick cash it's irrelevant to the actionable crime.
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