Should anti-cop violence be considered a hate crime?


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Texas is poised to join Louisiana and Kentucky as the third state to pass a so-called "Blue Lives Matter" law which would classify violence against police as a hate crime. More than a dozen other states have similar legislation pending but critics question whether those laws are effective at preventing violence at all. Tony Dokoupil reports.

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  1. I would be okay with this if police lost all there protections as a cop and be treated like every other citizen. The reason people target cops is cops target citizens for doing noting more then annoying that cop.

  2. yes just like anti black and aborigine crime is a hate crime and crime on true humanity. just nobody cares to call it what it is.