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Georgia governor signs landmark hate crimes bill into law

Georgia governor signs landmark hate crimes bill into law

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp on Friday signed into law a passed by the state legislature earlier this week. The new law mandates enhanced sentencing for defendants convicted of targeting a victim because of their "actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender, mental disability, or physical disability." That would mean additional potential prison time or fines on top of sentences for the type of crime for which the defendant was convicted, such as assault, manslaughter or murder. Before the passage of HB426, Georgia was one of four states with no...

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Two autopsies both find George Floyd died by homicide, but differ on some key details

Two autopsies both find George Floyd died by homicide, but differ on some key details

, the Minnesota man who died after an officer arresting him pressed his knee onto his neck, died by homicide, according to the results of two autopsies released on Monday — one by the county medical examiner and the other by independent pathologists commissioned by Floyd's family. But the two autopsy reports differed on exactly how the man died.Dr. Allecia Wilson, one of the pathologists who conducted the independent autopsy, said Monday afternoon that Floyd died as a result of mechanical asphyxiation. But the report released later Monday by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner's office...

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After Ahmaud Arbery killing, push for Georgia hate crime law sees "newfound resurgence"

After Ahmaud Arbery killing, push for Georgia hate crime law sees "newfound resurgence"

There's a new push in Georgia for a state hate crime law after the an unarmed black man pursued by two white men and shot dead while jogging through a Brunswick neighborhood on February 23.Gregory McMichael, 64, and his son Travis, 34, who told police they thought Arbery was a burglary suspect, were charged with Arbery's murder 74 days after his death. The killing, captured on a disturbing video, and the delay in the arrests, drew a national outcry. Many have said Arbery was targeted because of his race, but Georgia is one of four states with no hate crime statutes, which generally allow...

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