2 Black Teens Charged With Hate Crime After Assaulting White Woman On Bus

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“I HATE WHITE PEOPLE’S SKIN!” 16-Year-Old Black Girl Charged For Hate Crime Attack In NYC -Breaking 911

A 15-year-old girl and a 16-year-old girl were arrested in connection with a July 9 bus incident. Three females approached a 57-year-old woman on the bus and hit her with an unknown object, leaving her with a laceration and bleeding, police said.

The victim was attacked by three females on a Q53 bus, one of whom told her she was going to be killed and buried in a cemetery. After assaulting the woman on the bus, the three of them fled the bus together.

The defendant, of Murray Avenue, in Syracuse, New York, was arraigned on seven counts of assault and menacing. She faces 3 1/2 to 15 years in prison if convicted.

The investigation was conducted by Detective Redmond Halpern of the New York City Police Department’s Hate Crimes Task Force.

As of April, there have been 76 per cent more hate crimes in New York City than at this time last year. This slew of hate crimes includes the attempted murder of a 67-year-old Asian woman and the pepper spraying of four women who identify as Asian.

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  1. “I HATE WHITE PEOPLE’S SKIN!” 16-Year-Old Black Girl Charged For Hate Crime Attack In NYC  Breaking 911
  2. Two Black Teens Charged with Hate Crimes after Assaulting Woman, Saying They ‘Hate White People’  National Review

  3. Two black teenage girls, 15 and 16, are charged with hate crimes in ‘anti-white’ attack on Trump-supporting grandmother, 57, after they smashed her over the head on an MTA bus in New York City  Daily Mail
  4. Two teen girls charged with hate crimes in Queens ‘anti-white’ bus attack  NYPD

  5. 2 teens charged with hate crimes after allegedly hitting woman on bus, making ‘anti-white’ statements  NBC News
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