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Nearly two in five said that nothing happened to that perpetrator.
We hear from the perpetrators, some of them remorseless and eager for more blood, others wondering what had taken hold of them in a moment of violence, worried about getting caught.
Survivors shouldn’t also be forced to jump through hurdles to hold their perpetrators accountable.
In some cities, it’s been used to make predictions about who might be a victim or a perpetrator of violent crime.
There needs to be accountability, she said, because forgiveness does not happen when a perpetrator wants to move on.
A number of perpetrators were from out of town and stayed at Airbnbs.
Thousands of people were commenting on and sharing the images, with the goal of identifying the perpetrators.
An account was launched on Instagram, dubbed HomegrownTerrorists, that claims to identify those who have been arrested following the attack, and seeks help in identifying other alleged perpetrators.
The perpetrators of Officer Sicknick’s death must be brought to justice.
The FBI’s primary job is to investigate crimes with the goal of bringing the perpetrators to justice — in other words, to prosecute criminals in a court of law.

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