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Torrance police identify woman who went on anti-Asian racist tirades

GRAPHIC: Suspect punches, slams woman into ground in gas station attack

Detectives say a man wanted for an unprovoked and vicious attack was arrested late Friday after he was turned in by a concerned relative. The unnamed man is seen in video of the attack that happened just after 7 p. Shirtless, the man allegedly punched an unsuspecting woman, who was pumping gas. They allege the suspect grabbed her hair and slammed her head into her car, the gas pump and the ground.

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Torrance police have identified a woman they believe is involved in a series of verbal, racially laced rants directed at people of Asian descent. Police are looking for Lena Hernandez, 56, possibly of Long Beach, police said Friday, a day after a video went viral on Twitter that showed a woman cursing and screaming racial epithets at a woman who identified herself as Filipino-American as she filmed her exercise routine. Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer. Torrance police Chief Eve Berg holds a news conference to discuss alleged racist rants by a suspect targeting Asian-Americans at police headquarters on Friday, June 12, Protesters condemn racisim in a demonstration Friday, June 12, in Wilson Park.
This report was just one of more than 6, reports of hate incidents against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders AAPI since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, which former President Trump blamed on China, exacerbating existing racism. More than two-thirds of hate incidents were reported by women, according to Stop AAPI Hate, a national coalition addressing the rise in hate. A few trends: Verbal harassment and name calling still make up the lion's share of incident reports, accounting for In a new report, the coalition and the National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum detail how hate crimes and violences have specifically targeted women after six Asian women were killed in a series of shootings in Atlanta this March. America is changing faster than ever!