Police in Brooklyn have started investigating a couple of separate assaults as based in anti-white bias, most notably because one of attackers allegedly called his victim a racial slur while saying the crime was in Malcolm X's honor.
As the New York Daily News reported, a 51-year-old white male who was knocked to the ground by a black man said the suspect called out, as he fled the scene: "This is for Malcolm X, cracka."
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The victim wasn't injured. But police are investigating whether that incident was related to another that took place a couple miles down the road. Then, a man named Randy Aveille said he and his fiancee were exiting a train station when a black attacker walked over to them, punched Aveille, and shouted: "Cracka, you don't belong here," the New York Daily News reported.
The police department's Hate Crimes Task Force is looking into both incidents.