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CrimeMan convicted for hate crimes in Denver in two separate incidents against Hispanic men, mixed-race family

21:45  04 june  2019
21:45  04 june  2019 Source:   denverpost.com

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in two separate incidents against Hispanic men , mixed - race family 2019-06-04 2019-06-04. A 43-year-old who assaulted two Hispanic men while yelling racial epithets at them and who has a Ryan Austin Lee also will serve two years of mandatory parole. A jury found him guilty in April of two

A 43-year-old who assaulted two Hispanic men while yelling racial epithets at them and who has a In that incident , on March 10, 2017, Lee threatened and chased a mixed - race family — a “ Hate crimes are criminal expressions of bigotry that terrorize the entire community,” DA Beth McCann said

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A 43-year-old who assaulted two Hispanic men while yelling racial epithets at them and who has a history of bias-motivated crimes was sentenced to five years in prison, according to the Denver District attorney’s office.

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Ryan Austin Lee also will serve two years of mandatory parole. A jury found him guilty in April of two counts of misdemeanor third-degree assault and two counts of felony bias-motivated crimes, a news release from the district attorney’s office said.

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Lee reached through the window of a car on March 2, 2018, punched the driver and then grabbed the passenger, who was walking away, by his collar, threw him to the ground and kicked him. He was shouting racial slurs during the assault, the news release said.

He was also sentenced to a one-year concurrent prison sentence for felony menacing and a bias-motivated misdemeanor charge from a 2017 incident, the DA’s office said. He had received a deferred judgment for the 2017 crime, but it was revoked after the 2018 assault.

In that incident, on March 10, 2017, Lee threatened and chased a mixed-race family — a husband, wife and 7-year-old child — in Garfield Park while wielding a hammer and yelling racial epithets, according to the district attorney’s office.

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“Hate crimes are criminal expressions of bigotry that terrorize the entire community,” DA Beth McCann said at the conviction, according to the release. “Mr. Lee shouted racial epithets while attacking the victims, which provided the jury with the motive needed to find Lee guilty of a hate crime.”

The maximum sentence Lee could have received was 15 years, the DA’s office said.

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