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Politics Interfering With D.C. Hate Crimes Law

Mick135 Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 7:55 PM
The same can be said of black-on-white crime; it can't possibly be a hate crime, as it doesn't fit the template the designers of the law had in mind. Fair and equal justice is a fallacy. Consider the "workplace violence" at Ft. Hood; violent extremist Muslim terrorism.

Last week, a man with a master's degree from George Mason University, a gun and 50 rounds of ammo walked into the Family Research Council. When a building manager named Leo Johnson blocked his entry, he shot Leo in the arm.

Leo Johnson wrestled the shooter to the ground, saving untold lives. The shooter then begged for mercy from the unarmed man, saying something like, "Don't shoot me. It was not about you. It was what this place stands for."

In the shooter's backpack were 15 Chick-fil-A sandwiches, which he apparently planned to drop on the bodies of the many people he wanted...