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A charge of mischief has been recommended against a woman in a high-profile anti-Asian hate incident in Richmond, B. Ian Henderson said evidence has been forwarded to Crown for a final decision on whether to charge the suspect or not.
On March 29, an employee at Rocanini Coffee Roasters in Steveston reportedly had coffee thrown at her, followed by the slur, "f you Chinese," after asking a couple to maintain social distance from other customers.
Video posted to social media of the aftermath of the incident shows a man and woman getting into a BMW in the block of Moncton Street. Twice the man says "fing Chinese" toward the person shooting the video before he climbs into the driver's seat and shuts the door.
He then gets back out of the car and says "coronavirus is you" to the person taking the video. British Columbia Mischief charge recommended in Richmond anti-Asian hate incident Richmond RCMP is recommending a single charge of mischief against a woman who allegedly made a racial slur after after throwing coffee at a coffee shop employee.
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