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  • Why it’s so hard to investigate the recent wave of anti-Semitic incidents

    Time - 02/23/2017

    “They’re extremely difficult to investigate, again, because they are perpetrated from a distance. The offender tends to remain anonymous, and hate crimes are difficult to identify in the first place,” said Jack Levin, a hate crimes expert and co-director of the Brudnick Center on Violence and Conflict at Northeastern University.

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