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Brian Levin, J.D.: FBI Reports Small Increase In Hate Crimes, But On Very Limited Data

5 years agoNews : Huffington Post

Though FBI data reports a slight uptick in hate crimes, it is not known if it is the result of an actual increase in cases, or instead a result of a rise in the number of agencies actually participating in the program
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