After a Manhattan man was captured on video spewing bigoted insults at two women for speaking Spanish, Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King identified the man and posted a screenshot of his law website on social media, resulting in the man's name trending on Twitter. Critics say nobody—not even racists—should be the victim of mob justice or threaten having their private information shared. But if you're harassing others in public, don't you deserve to be shamed? What do you think?
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