4 10代の若者は、フィラデルフィアの列車に対する反アジア攻撃の罪で起訴されました

今週、4人のティーンエイジャーがフィラデルフィアの電車に乗っているアジアの学生のグループを巻き込んだ攻撃で民族的脅迫罪に直面している, フィラデルフィア地方検事のラリークラスナーは言った.

Three male students and a female student were traveling on a train Wednesday from Olney, a neighborhood in North Philadelphia, when they were attacked by four Black girls, said Thomas Nestel, police chief for the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA).
In a press conference, Nestel described the attack as unprovoked and based on ethnicity, 追加する “ethnic slurs were used by the attackers.
      The victims told policeethnic slurs were repeated and directed at them and mocking them for their heritageit was clear they were picked on because they were Asian,” Nelsen said.
        Video of the incident, which was recorded on a mobile device, shows the four girls yelling at the three male students who are seated on the train. 後で, they approach the female victim who is standing and one of the suspects is seen pushing her toward the door before repeatedly slamming her head against the train door, ビデオショー.
          The female victim then falls to the ground and is kicked and punched by the teenagers for several seconds before someone is heard yellingYo!” to the teens and the video stops.
          Police were first alerted of the attack when the female victim approached a transit officer for help at 3:45 午後, Chief Nestel said. She was then taken to Temple Hospital to be treated for a laceration.
          All four suspects were identified as Black girls with ages ranging from 13-16, 警察は言った.
          The mother of one of the teen suspects recognized her daughter from the video, which has been circulated online, and reported her to police, Nestel said at the press conference.
          Each of the suspects, 識別されなかった人, has been charged with aggravated assault, ethnic intimidation, 犯罪陰謀, simple assault, disorderly conduct, and a recklessly endangering another person, according to Krasner, the district attorney.
          One of the suspects was also charged with robbery for attempted theft of a victim’s air pods, 検察官は言った.
          Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney said he was appalled after learning about the incident and said the city would not tolerate such acts of hate.
          Those involved in the assault have been identified and will be held accountable. I want our residents to know that we will not tolerate any acts of hate,” Kenney tweeted.
          Numerous Asian Americans have been targeted in violent attacks since last year. 今週はじめ, AAPIHateを停止します, a coalition of organizations dedicated to addressing anti-Asian discrimination, said it has received reports of 10,370 incidents from March 19, 2020, to September 30.
            組織, which does not verify each report, said the most common form of incident reported was harassment (69%), followed by avoidance or shunning (16.3%) or physical assault (16.1%).
            A third of the incidents took place on public streets or inside a business, Stop AAPI Hate said, 以上 60% of the victims were women.

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