Hate Crime Conviction against Dharun Ravi Indian National Convicted of Hate Crimes against Legal Native Born American Tyler Clementi,

Hate Crime Conviction against  Dharun Ravi  Indian National Convicted of Hate Crimes against Legal Native Born American Tyler Clementi,  

As an Indian citizen in the US on a green card, Ravi could be deported after sentencing. Until his sentencing date (and only after surrendering his passport), he remains free on $25,000 bail.

 Keep in  mind that the fake green card business is a huge underground industry in the US. You can buy a social security card and a fake green card for about 200.00 ,thanks to Mexican criminals. Non gay white males  and females  will never have the Hate Crime laws used in their favor to protect them. Only  young gay white males  are covered. This case is interesting because it’s the first time I have heard the word deportation in a long time, and because it is a hate crime by an immigrant against a US citizen.  

  • Dharun Ravi enters the courtroom during jury deliberations at the Middlesex County Courthouse, Thursday, March 15, 2012 in New Brunswick, N.J.. Ravi, a former Rutgers University student, faces 15 criminal charges, including invasion of privacy and bias intimidation, a hate crime. His freshman-year roommate, Tyler Clementi, jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge in September 2010, just days after Clementi's intimate encounter with another man. (AP Photo/John O'Boyle, Pool)Enlarge PhotoDharun Ravi enters the courtroom during jury deliberations …

  • Defense attorney Philip Nettl, left, and Dharun Ravi sit in the courtroom during jury deliberations at the Middlesex County Courthouse, Thursday, March 15, 2012 in New Brunswick, N.J.. Ravi, a former Rutgers University student, faces 15 criminal charges, including invasion of privacy and bias intimidation, a hate crime. His freshman-year roommate, Tyler Clementi, jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge in September 2010, just days after Clementi's intimate encounter with another man. (AP Photo/John O'Boyle, Pool)Enlarge PhotoDefense attorney Philip Nettl, left, and Dharun Ravi …
  • Judge Glenn Berman dismisses the jury for the day during the trial of Dharun Ravi at the Middlesex County Courthouse, Thursday, March 15, 2012 in New Brunswick, N.J.. Ravi, a former Rutgers University student, faces 15 criminal charges, including invasion of privacy and bias intimidation, a hate crime. His freshman-year roommate, Tyler Clementi, jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge in September 2010, just days after Clementi's intimate encounter with another man. (AP Photo/John O'Boyle, Pool)Enlarge PhotoJudge Glenn Berman dismisses the jury for the day during …

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) — An Ugly Illegal Alien from India  former Rutgers University student accused of using a webcam to spy on his gay roommate’s love life was convicted of all counts Friday in a case that exploded into the headlines when the victim of the snooping committed suicide by throwing himself off a bridge.

Dharun Ravi, 20, shook his head slightly after the guilty verdicts were read for all 15 counts, including bias intimidation — a hate crime that was based on the victim’s sexual orientation — and invasion of privacy.

He could get years in prison — and could be deported to his native India, even though he has lived legally in the U.S. since he was a little boy —  bullshit Not legally but Illegal- another cover up by Pro amnesty YahooAlso India does not accept deported Nationals, once they come to the US we are stuck with them for good

 for his part in an act that cast a spotlight on teen suicide and anti-gay bullying and illustrated the Internet’s potential for tormenting others.

Prosecutors said that Ravi set up a webcam in his dorm room in September 2010 and captured his roommate, Tyler Clementi, kissing another man, then tweeted about it and excitedly tried to catch Clementi in the act again two days later. About a half-dozen students were believed to have seen the live video of the kissing.

Within days, Clementi realized he had been watched and leaped from the George Washington Bridge after posting one last status update on Facebook: “Jumping off the gw bridge, sorry.”

Ravi’s lawyer argued that the college freshman was not motivated by any malice toward gays — a necessary element to prove a hate crime — and that his actions were just those of an immature “kid.”

The defense also contended Ravi initially set up the camera because he was afraid Clementi’s older, “sketchy”-looking visitor might steal his belongings.

Ravi was not charged with causing Clementi’s death, and the suicide remained largely in the background at the trial, though some witnesses mentioned it and the jury was told Clementi had taken his life. Prosecutors were not allowed to argue directly that the spying led to his death; defense lawyers were barred from saying there were other reasons he killed himself.

Clementi’s death was one in a string of suicides by young gays around the country in September 2010.

New Jersey lawmakers hastened passage of an anti-bullying law because of the case, and Rutgers changed its housing policies to allow opposite-sex roommates in an effort to make gay, bisexual and transgender students feel more comfortable.

Testimony came from about 30 witnesses over 12 days, including the man seen kissing Clementi. The 32-year-old man was identified in court only by the initials M.B. Ravi himself did not testify, though the jury watched a video of his interrogation by police.

Ravi and Clementi, both 18-year-old freshmen from comfortable New Jersey suburbs, had been randomly assigned to room together at Rutgers, and Clementi had arrived at college just a few days after coming out to his parents as gay.

A string of students testified they never heard Ravi say anything bad about gays in general or Clementi in particular. But students did say Ravi expressed some concern about sharing a room with a gay man.

On Sept. 19, according to testimony, Clementi asked Ravi to leave their room so that he could have a guest. Later, Ravi posted on Twitter: “Roommate asked for the room till midnight. I went into molly’s room and turned on my webcam. I saw him making out with a dude. Yay.”

Ravi told police that he viewed only seconds of the encounter via computer.

His friend Molly Wei testified that she and a few other students also watched the live stream of the men kissing. (Wei was initially charged in the case but was later accepted into a pretrial program that will allow her to keep her record clean.)

Two nights later, Clementi asked for the room alone again. This time, Ravi tweeted: “I dare you to video chat me between the hours of 9:30 and 12. Yes, it’s happening again.” Ravi also texted a friend about a planned “viewing party” and, two students said, went to friends’ dorm rooms to show them how to access the feed.

However, there was no evidence the webcam was turned on that night. Ravi told police he had put his computer to sleep. Prosecutors argued Clementi himself unplugged the computer.

According to testimony, Clementi submitted a room-change request form and talked to a resident assistant about what happened. He also used his laptop to view Ravi’s Twitter site 38 times in the last two days of his life. He killed himself on Sept. 22.

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One Response to Hate Crime Conviction against Dharun Ravi Indian National Convicted of Hate Crimes against Legal Native Born American Tyler Clementi,

  1. whitefaggots says:

    Tyler is not a Native American

    Sorry, you filthy peckerwood GOP faggot.

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