U.S. hate crimes rise for second straight year: FBI
Monday, 13 November 2017 () WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The number of hate crimes committed in the United States rose in 2016 for the second consecutive year, with African-Americans, Jews and Muslims targeted in many of the incidents, the FBI said on Monday in an annual report.
Indiana is one of five states without a hate crime law. Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry is joining a rally to call for a passing of a hate crime law. He says that the law would make Hoosiers safer. FBI statistics show there were 78 hate crimes reported in Indiana in 2016, the second straight...
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