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<Tab/>Hate crimes are commonly called bias-motivated crimes, referring to the prejudice of the perpetrator against the victim's real or perceived grouping or circumstance. Most hate crimes are committed not by organized hate groups but by individual citizens who harbor a strong resentment against a certain group of people, and they aim to harm them or rid them altogether (Hate crimes: bulletin).
<Tab/>Hate crimes present many problems that remain unsolved. One of the most important is the fact that they are becoming national trend. Individuals who offer unique…
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