Joly was later charged with first-degree arson after authorities determined the blaze was intentionally set — and that the timeline of events made it difficult for anyone but him to have ignited the fire that killed his two German shepherds and three cats, according to a police report obtained by the newspaper. Chavis, who is an expert on hate crimes laws and is director of the Criminal Justice Program at Wake Forest University's law school, says hate crimes victims have already faced big obstacles. Browsing the topic: The best. People with disabilities battle forced intimacy, ableism.
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Critics have pointed out that in the initial rush to support an apparent hate crime victim, many celebrities, commentators and politicians condemned the attack with little scrutiny of the underlying claims. Contact David Mack at david. Share this article:
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