Bil Browning

No hate crimes prosecutions since law passed

Filed By Bil Browning | September 26, 2010 7:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Quote of the Day
Tags: Andrew Sullivan, hate crimes prosecutions, no hate crimes

"The number of hate crimes prosecutions under the new law, now a year old: zero. I checked with the FBI this week. There are many other "investigations" pending but they understandably cannot give details until the facts are resolved. But I repeat: the Human Rights Campaign's Number One item - the thing they postponed DADT repeal for - has resulted in no actual prosecutions in the year since it was passed."

-- Andrew Sullivan in a post titled, "Gays, The Battered Wife Of The Democratic Party: Dissents" Sullivan argues that the hate crimes law should have been the last thing on Gay Inc leaders priorities in favor of harder legislation while Dems held enough seats to break a filibuster.


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