In Orange County, two neo-Nazi suspects are at large after robbing and stabbing a Latina custodian at a community center on July 4th. One of the suspects had a swastika tattoo on his left shoulder and reportedly told the woman, “Mexicans do not belong in this country,” after yelling racial slurs.
According to hate crime experts, violent attacks by white supremacist extremists are on the rise.
Dan Fritz filed this report. LISTEN NOW
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