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South Carolina legally defines lynching as a mob attack against an individual where the victim survives.---article

What does the law call act when the victim is killed?

I would argue that the reason for the law's color-blindness is intentional. It now allows Black folk to be convicted of lynching, rather than say assault. Doing this denigrates the significance of Hate crime and Race legislation.---K4R

Now that's an interesting observation.

What they call it when a non-European commits the act, and the victim dies?


PEACE

Jim Chester
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