Michigan’s attorney general and Department of Civil Rights on Friday laid out plans to increase the documentation and prosecution of hate crimes and incidents while citing a reported uptick in extremist and hate groups in the state.
Nessel’s new unit will fight against hate crimes and review any groups identified in the SPLC list, her spokeswoman Kelly Rossman-McKinney said.
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Arbulu’s plans for a database would document hate and bias incidents that don’t rise to the level of a crime. The database would then be used to identify areas where awareness and (re)education programs are most needed, he said.And I venture to guess to trigger "Red Flag" laws.
Arbulu said he hopes to have the database operating within two or three months. The department piloted such a plan for a few months after President Donald Trump was elected in 2016.Editorial note: The next paragraph suggests that Michigan is piloting the project for the other 49 States.
“The challenge is developing protocols that other groups can be bound by and we can be bound by so we can capture all that information into one database,” he said.
Arbulu said he hopes the database will allow the department to be proactive and address issues before they rise to the level of a crime.-Detroit News, emphasis added
I wonder how long it will be before Eaton Rapids Joe shows up in the database? They are already targeting the Catholic Church for disciplining gay and pedophile clergy members who acted on their urges.
You cannot make this stuff up. Either the Democratic party is incredibly tone-deaf or they really believe this stuff.