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Uncovered: Killed By Hate

S1/EP100 |
Aired: October 20, 2019
10 years after the Hate Crimes Prevention Act is signed, hate crimes in America are on the rise. Uncovered explores some of the most brutal cases- Matthew Shepard, James Byrd Jr., Charlottesville riots, Blaze Bernstein and the Portland train attack. 01:27:41

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DA Recalls Death Threats Leading Up To The James Byrd Murder Trial
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Uncovered: Killed by Hate

DA Recalls Death Threats Leading Up To The James Byrd Murder Trial

S1/EP100 DA Guy James Gray says he was not thrilled to take on the murder trial of three men responsible for the dragging death of James Byrd, but he knew how important it was. He received death threats, but was buoyed by the sense that the African-American community felt they had a chance to see justice done on their behalf.
Teacher: Samuel Woodward Was Humorless And Angry
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Teacher: Samuel Woodward Was Humorless And Angry

S1/EP100 Acting teacher Philip Schwadron recalls teaching Samuel Woodward for a semester, before Woodward would murder Blaze Bernstein. He was humorless, angry and "getting angrier" throughout the year, he says.
Survivors Of The Portland Train Attack Mourn The Loss Of 'Two Great Humans'
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Uncovered: Killed by Hate

Survivors Of The Portland Train Attack Mourn The Loss Of 'Two Great Humans'

Ricky Best and Taliesin Myrddin Namkai-Meche died standing up for others' rights, in the horrific 2017 Portland train attack. The two teenage girls the men defended from a violent racist speak about their legacy, and get broken up thinking, "If they didn't stand up for me, they could still be here."
Hate Group Experts Knew Charlottesville Would Be Trouble
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Uncovered: Killed by Hate

Hate Group Experts Knew Charlottesville Would Be Trouble

S1/EP100 ADL's Oren Segal and Chapman University's Peter Simi have seen white supremacist groups mobilizing more effectively for years, and Charlottesville was a natural outgrowth of that, they say.
Extremists Sometimes Hide Behind The First Amendment
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Extremists Sometimes Hide Behind The First Amendment

S1/EP100 Former prosecutor, and 'Killed By Hate' host Laura Coates says extremist groups will incite people to commit crimes on social media while hiding behind the First Amendment's right to free speech.