vandalism without bias
By Diogenes ( articles ) | Oct 15, 2010
In northern New Jersey, a group of 5 college-age men face criminal charges for ransacking the offices of a gay-rights organization, tearing up shrubs and sign, ripping out lights. Bad news for the vandals: it was all caught by surveillance cameras.
The young thugs are charged with trespassing and criminal mischief. The charges might have been more serious, but:
Police don't believe it was a bias crime.
Oh, so it couldn’t have been a hate crime. They were probably just drunks on a spree.
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