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This afternoon, the results of a three-year study on hate crimes against the Latino LGBTQ community in Miami were released.

The study was carried out with a fund of 500 thousand dollars from the Department of Justice, and its conclusions will allow to better respond to hate crimes based on sexual identity, but also on race, religion and disability.

Hitting attacks on gay couples such as those that occurred in Miami Beach in recent years showed the extent to which hate crimes are repeated in South Florida.

Besiki Kutateladze, from the FIU Criminal Justice Department, assures that “The focus of this investigative work determined that almost half of those surveyed were victims of a similar crime in the last 5 years.”

95 percent, for being identified with the LGBTQ community. And 30 percent suffered a sexual assault or abuse, but only 15 percent reported it to the police. Of the reported cases, 35 percent ended in arrest and 23 percent in a court case, but not necessarily classified as a hate crime.

Katherine Fernández Rundle, Attorney General of Miami Dade, assures that “The executive director of the LGBTQ organization“ save ”asked to protect the victims and the director of the Miami Dade police reinforced the need to investigate and punish these crimes, of which people are also victims because of their race, origin, physical or mental condition, or because of their religion ”.

Mario Rojzman, Rabino says that “In the end it all ends in an education issue. It is the classroom, the family, no one who comes from a family where there is love and at the table it is said: There is no way here the word goy is used, in the pejorative, speaking of the non-Jew in the pejorative ”.

In 2019, the Florida Anti-Defamation League tallied 91 credible cases of anti-Semitism in the state. 20 percent more than the previous year. 24 of them were in Miami Dade.

“If you are violent and can not channel hurt the different and Jews have a doctorate in being the most different”

During the virtual conference, Attorney General Fernández Rundle announced the creation of a special line to report hate crimes. is (786) 687-2566.

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