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Atlanta police: Too early to say if shooting was a hate crime

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Atlanta police said it was too early to say if the Atlanta shootings could be categorized as a hate crime. Authorities told reporters the suspect may have a "sexual addiction" and frequented the three spas where the shootings took place.