As more and more "hate crimes" instantly promoted by the mainstream media (to perpetuate public opinion against white people) turn out to be nothing more than hoaxes, one real crime based purely on anti-white hate still has yet to be solved. [Richmond monuments vandalized during anti-Trump protests; 12 arrested, WRIC.com, 11-9-16]:
Hundreds of people gathered in and around Monroe Park in Richmond to march in protest of President-elect Donald Trump Wednesday night.Protesters shut down several streets as they marched near VCU chanting, “No Trump. No KKK. No fascist USA.” Some were also carrying banners that read, “not my president.”
A large group was also seen marching onto I-95 south in downtown Richmond, eventually shutting down the interstate in both directions.According to police, ten people were arrested for refusing to leave and charged with unlawful assembly and for being pedestrians on an interstate.