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Hank visits a Mosque in Englewood, New Jersey that has been ransacked with graffiti and received numerous bomb threats. He says that Muslim leaders need a break and that the community needs to help police officers find who is responsible.  The FEDS have recently gotten involved, but even after two hate crimes no arrests have been made.

Back in the studio the Chasers discuss other hate crimes and the way that law enforcement officials have approached those.

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