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Sessions says Virginia attack might be a hate crime

The Department of Justice could prosecute the car attack on counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, as a hate crime, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Wednesday. Speaking on Wednesday with NBC News, Sessions said, “It very well could be a civil rights violation or a hate crime, and there...
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