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Should Naeem Davis, black, be tried for racism for pushing Han, Asian, in front of a train?
In addition to the charges of murder of course. This is another statistic where a black man caused the violent death of a non-black person.
A crime involving different races isn't automatically a hate crime. It has to be racially based. If Han being Asian had something to do with Davis pushing him, than yes. If not, then no.
Only if it can be proven that (race) was the reason why he pushed the man. That vast majority of the murders in the U.S. have very little to do with race. In fact the majority of the time most blacks, whites, Hispanics, or Asians kill within their own race. This explains why it's still "big news" when the killer is of one race and the victim is of a different race.
According to a recent report there were 14,612 murders in the U.S. in 2011. Compare that to having 4000+ soldiers killed in the Iraq (war) over a (10 year) period! America is a very violent nation compared to a lot of "free countries" practicing democracy.
It's be said the majority of people get killed by people that know them. A very small percentage of murders are labeled "hate crimes". One bright note according to a recent CNN article is during the month of November New York City actually went (36 hours) without someone being killed!
http://www.cnn.com/2012/11/28/justice/n … ?hpt=hp_t2
It doesn't have to be proven if the victim was black. Look at the george zimmerman - trayvon martin case. As soon as it was known that a black guy was the victim you had black groups threatening Zimmerman's life and threatening to file lawsuits.
So far that murder has not been officially labeled a "hate crime". The main reason why blacks were upset was because Zimmerman was not initially arrested. They feel if a black man had killed a white teen he wouldn't have been set free that night.
It may not have been "officially" labeled a "hate crime", but there were plenty of racebaiters working that gig. Zimmerman wasn't initially arrested because the evidence pointed to him being the victim.
you're the one who was against Mr. Obama when the last election was coming up and now this is the 2nd or 3rd question you've asked about racism. hmmm, i guess i was right about you.
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