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A dog has been blamed for a racial hate crime for fouling outside the front door of somebody’s home.
The poo-and-run is among 2,500 reported cases of hate crimes logged by the Met Police because ‘the victim perceived this to be a racial incident’.
Other allegations investigated by officers in 2015 and 2016 included an envelope being opened and resealed and a man telling library staff he was campaigning for Brexit.

The victim perceived the dog fouling as racially motivated (Picture: Getty)
The 2,507 alleged hate incidents were revealed after a Freedom of Information request by the The Mail on Sunday.
In the dog fouling incident, the log read: ‘An unknown dog has fouled outside of victim address and victim perceived this to be a racial incident.’

In another case, it was suggested a barking dog was a hate crime. Police wrote: ‘Suspect’s dog barking at victim.’
David Davies, Tory MP and former special constable, said the recording of such ‘non-crimes’ was a waste of police time.
‘This is part of the reason that police struggle to investigate serious offences such as home burglaries,’ he told the paper.
‘People need to start thinking more carefully before they call the police.’
http://archive.is/WTnow#selection-667.0-781.75
My dawg pretty much hates globalists, but he is far too polite to result to such vulgar tactics to express his political leanings.
Congratulations. The words "hate" and "racist" are officially useless.

Try replacing with the word cognizant whenever you see them used in the news. As an adjective or noun as needed.

The man used cognizant speech to describe his attacker. The victim was clearly a cognizant.
(11-20-2018, 10:40 AM)friedrich Wrote: [ -> ]A dog has been blamed for a racial hate crime for fouling outside the front door of somebody’s home.
The poo-and-run is among 2,500 reported cases of hate crimes logged by the Met Police because ‘the victim perceived this to be a racial incident’.
Other allegations investigated by officers in 2015 and 2016 included an envelope being opened and resealed and a man telling library staff he was campaigning for Brexit.

The victim perceived the dog fouling as racially motivated (Picture: Getty)
The 2,507 alleged hate incidents were revealed after a Freedom of Information request by the The Mail on Sunday.
In the dog fouling incident, the log read: ‘An unknown dog has fouled outside of victim address and victim perceived this to be a racial incident.’

In another case, it was suggested a barking dog was a hate crime. Police wrote: ‘Suspect’s dog barking at victim.’
David Davies, Tory MP and former special constable, said the recording of such ‘non-crimes’ was a waste of police time.
‘This is part of the reason that police struggle to investigate serious offences such as home burglaries,’ he told the paper.
‘People need to start thinking more carefully before they call the police.’
http://archive.is/WTnow#selection-667.0-781.75

Who don't like dogs? Muslims!
DOG SHIT On AFRICANS Porch!
Muzzie Sees it!
ErBody is Offended!
ONLY In Englandstan!

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That's ruff!!!

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That says everything right there. The standard of a hate crime is not the intent of the criminal (which is what it should be), it is the perception of the alleged victim. That's a dangerous way to do business.
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