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LA County Sees Spike In White Supremacist Hate Crimes

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Los Angeles County saw a 67 percent increase in hate crimes where there was evidence of white supremacist ideology over the previous year, according to a report released Thursday. 530 more words


Latest hate crime stats show African-Americans more likely than whites to commit hate crimes

From: americanthinker.com,  by Thomas Lifson,  on Nov 14, 2017

Data that contradict the approved narrative of the left rarely garner headlines.  Minorities must always be victims of the heartless white majority, you see.  633 more words


Hate Crimes Up In 2016, FBI Statistics Show : NPR

Relatively low numbers compared to the population, reflecting major data collection gaps:

The Anti-Defamation League, for example, noted that nearly 90 cities with populations of more than 100,000 either reported zero hate crimes or did not report data for 2016.

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FBI releases 2016 hate crime statistics for Utah

SALT LAKE CITY – The FBI released their 2016 statistics on hate crimes across the US on Monday.

According to the FBI report, there were 47 total race related hate crimes in Utah; eight crimes against religious affiliation, nine against sexual orientation and two against disability in 2016. 181 more words


Muslims No Longer Make Up Most Of The Victims Of Hate Crimes In The U.S.

The findings may come as a bit of a shock to anyone listening to the president’s selective rhetoric.

The religion targeted the most during the commission of hate crimes in America last year was not the usual suspect, a new government report has found. 499 more words

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FBI Reports: Hate Crimes Rose For Second Year In A Row In 2016

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hate crimes rose for the second straight year in 2016, with increases in attacks motivated by bias against blacks, Jews, Muslims and LGBT people, according to FBI statistics released Monday. 443 more words

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Hate crimes surged in U.S. during 2016 presidential election, FBI stats show

Hate crimes across the United States accelerated in 2016 as the divisive election battle that saw Donald Trump elected president progressed, FBI statistics showed Monday. 320 more words