Traducción de hate crime en Español:

hate crime

delito de odio, n.

nombre

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    (delito grave motivado por la raza, orientación sexual etc de la persona agredida) delito de odio masculino
    • How many people do you know who've been the victim of a hate crime where the perpetrator has gone unpunished?
    • This anonymous critic mistakenly used free speech as an excuse for committing a hate crime.
    • The savage attack has been classified as a hate crime by the Police Department.
    • West Yorkshire police today confirmed they were treating the incident of assault and criminal damage as a hate crime.
    • Prosecuting murder as a hate crime only lets the rest of us think we're off the hook, while it tramples on justice.
    • If convicted of a hate crime, you could spend up to two years in jail.
    • A hate crime isn't just directed towards the actual members of a minority group.
    • Sangha was shot in the temple with a pellet gun, in what he believes to be a racially motivated hate crime.
    • The officers responsible for the beating were terminated and prosecuted for what the courts viewed as a hate crime.
    • Police treated Robert's attack as a hate crime, but his assailants have never been caught.
    • Racist hate crime is rising in the city and police say jingoism during Euro 2004 may be to blame.
    • Was the arson a hate crime, they asked, an attempted triple homicide, or a hoax?
    • As she gained more experience, she moved into the hate crime unit and worked with domestic crime and had special responsibility within the racial crime unit.
    • The vandal, snared by an off-duty librarian, was arrested and charged with a hate crime.
    • Police are appealing for witnesses in what they think was a homophobic hate crime this week.
    • Last month he was murdered in what the police treated as a homophobic hate crime.
    • We had been eating dinner when something about a hate crime against a young gay man came up on the TV.
    • Other measures include a new team to tackle bogus official burglaries and an increase in hate crime reporting centres.
    • When a hate crime occurs, it doesn't matter what the actual orientation of the victim is.
    • This culture of safety and danger was produced by campaigns about hate crime and local crime reporting initiatives.