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Washington Post: Hate crimes surge but prosecutions plunge in nation's capital

CBS News Wednesday, 28 August 2019
We're taking a closer look at hate crimes in Washington, D.C. The Washington Post reports there were 204 hate crime related attacks in 2018, but only three cases resulted in charges and there have been no convictions. Washington Post local enterprise reporter Michael Miller joins CBSN to break down his analysis.
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