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Exposition Determining Hate Crimes Hate based on race religion and sexual orientation exist within any cultural rich societies When this type of hate fuels a person into taking violent actions upon those they hate it is called a hate crime a topic which the American public is seriously concerned about It has been a widely discussed subject on the media and often debates of whether or not a crime should be attributed with hate are the center for discussion Does hate crime imply on any case when a person is convicted for inflicting damage on someone different It is often difficult to set a benchmark for measuring sufficiency of hate as a cause to label it in front of crime The term can be conveniently stretched and squeezed by people with different ideas and biases The four white policemen who brutally beat Rodney King Jr a black man half to death for merely speeding is determined by the courts judgment as officers performing their duty Hate to those particular jurors and judge was not a valid concern To them the beating was not due to the officers resentment for a black man but because they were simply disciplining an offender of the law To the minority groups the courts ruling was outrageous From their point of view the savage beating was unnecessary and hate was obviously the factor which induce the four cops to perform such a nasty feat Because people have varying views and opinions application of the term hate crime is not always relevant Can we assume the murder of Nicole Simpson by OJ Simpson a hate crime since it involves a black man killing a white woman or are there more in depth twist to the case People who are willing to do a little thinking do not just look at the difference of the victim and the convicted and draw conclusions of whether or not the crime is hate
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