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The unnecessary ignorance of todays hate crime offenders is staggering The repercussions of said crimes are far reaching to the members of all society Today hate crimes affect a great number people not only in this nation but also in the entire world Hate crimes create fear mistrust and hostility among our society and they can happen anywhere at anytime therefore no one is safe from them Hate crimes seem to come from the root of evil and the offenders can be portrayed as the devil himself in some examples Hate crimes are committed all the time and yet we do not know the actual cause for them or why anyone would be possessed to go through with such an act Often the results of the acts are horrifying and tragic leaving behind many with unanswered questions and no one to give them a solid or healing answer As a whole our society needs to come together and find a way to prevent the evil that plagues us through the form of a hate crime The resolution may seem very far in the distance and it may be a goal we strive to reach for ages but maybe one day there will be peace in the world and we might learn to live as friends and not foes Hate crimes not only affect the individuals directly involved with them but society as a whole Ever since the first hate crimes surfaced and were dealt with there was an immediate impact on the lives of all who heard the news Hate crimes never accomplish anything and tend to make matters worse as well as cause pain and heartache to those inflicted In reality hate crimes affect individuals based on gender disability and race as well as religion national origin and sexual preference A recent case in the news focuses on Matthew Shepard who was brutally beaten to death because of the simple and unimportant fact
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