A man that was charged Monday with a felony hate crime after supposedly shattering the home windows of an Asian American art as well as background gallery in Seattle as well as providing a racial slur was arrested for a hate crime a years earlier, brand-new billing papers reveal.
Craig Day Milne, implicated of shattering the home windows at the Wing Luke Museum in Seattle’s Chinatown-International area, was arrested in 2013 on fees of literally assaulting an Asian man in a storage locker area, continuously punching him at a Shoreline, Washington, leisure facility, according to the billing papers.
Deputies that reacted at the time listened to Milne shout that his only remorse was not striking the “Or—tal harder” before combating them as well as calling an Asian policeman racial slurs. This earlier hate crime was disregarded, “under unknown circumstances” in 2015, according to the billing papers.
Asian American leaders, …