[UPDATED with DA Peeved Over Sentence:] Jennifer Renee Vanveldhuizen Guilty of Hate Crime; Punched Latino Worker and Yelled "I Fucking Hate You Beaners!"

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UPDATE, OCT. 26, 8:04 A.M.: The Orange County District Attorney's office (OCDA) believes a Caucasian woman is getting off too easy for yelling "I fucking hate you beaners!" and profanities at a Latino worker emptying trashcans on Main Street in Huntington Beach earlier this month before punching the complete stranger in the mouth without provocation. Judge Debra Carillo offered to let Jennifer Renee Vanveldhuizen, 36, of San Diego, plead guilty Tuesday to one felony count of hate crime battery causing injury in exchange for a sentence of probation and stints in alcohol rehab and anger management classes. A one-year jail sentence will disappear along with the felony rap should Vanveldhuizen successfully complete probation and the programs.

"The People objected to the sentence and pending reduction of the conviction to a misdemeanor, arguing that the sentence was too lenient in light of the defendant's unprovoked violence toward the victim," reads a statement from the OCDA. "The People also argued that the crime rises to the level of a felony because the victim was targeted solely for his race."

On paper, for now, Vanveldhuizen was sentenced to three years of probation, one year in jail stayed pending completion of probation, 90 days in a residential alcohol rehabilitation program, and a 10-week anger management program. Upon completion of her 90-day residential treatment and 10-week anger management programs, the court will reduce Vanveldhuizen's conviction to a misdemeanor.

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ORIGINAL POST, OCT. 5, 2:25 P.M.: A San Diego woman--who may be the same San Diego woman picked up for public intoxication on South Coast Highway in Laguna Beach in March--was scheduled to be arraigned in Westminster today for allegedly unleashing an unprovoked hate crime on a Latino worker emptying trashcans on Main Street in Huntington Beach Monday evening. The latter arrestee is identified by the Huntington Beach Police Department and Orange County District Attorney's office (OCDA) as Jennifer Renee Vanveldhuizen, 36, of San Diego.

The Laguna Beach Police Department arrest log states that at 6:44 p.m. Sunday, March 12, officers responding to a disturbance call made contact with a woman identified as Jennifer Renee Van Veldhuizen, 35, of San Diego, in the 300 block of South Coast Highway. She was taken into custody for public intoxication, according to the log.

Around 7:15 p.m. Monday, a Caucasian woman approached a 50-year-old worker cleaning a brick planter bench area in downtown Huntington Beach and yelled racial slurs and profanities at him, including, "I fucking hate you beaners!" She then punched the Latino without provocation, causing his lip to swell. They did not know one another before the encounter.

Surf City cops who responded to the scene arrested a woman identified as Vanveldhuizen. The OCDA has charged her with one felony count of hate crime battery causing injury, which could lead to a maximum sentence of three years in state prison if she is convicted.

Prosecutors were going to seek $50,000 bail for Vanveldhuizen at today's arraignment at the West Justice Center in Westminster.

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Marial
Marial

Funny how the law always wants to come down more on white hate crimes.If hate crimes are committed by any other race,they don't even call it that.I have heard of so many other crimes that were just ignored because they were not white.

Honeyman
Honeyman

I;m sure it was a different Jennifer Renee Vanveldhuizen. 

Sounds like a Nazi.......who would have figgered she'd have hate in her heart?

mitch young
mitch young

That's a Dutch name.

Guest
Guest

I wonder if her husband's name is David.  His grandparents created that last name when they moved to America.The dutch way of spelling it was with an s, not a z.

Todd Sputnik
Todd Sputnik

Who cares?  They were Nazis too.  I guess you are too ignorant to figure that one out.

909Jeff
909Jeff

So you cite what equates to Netherlands version of the Klan as a representative sample of the entire nation?  And I wont even respond to that thing you said at the end there...TROLL!

The Henneicke Column was a group of Dutch Nazi collaborators working in the investigative division of the Central Bureau for Jewish Emigration (Zentralstelle für jüdische Auswanderung), with headquarters in Amsterdam, during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II .

Between March and October 1943 the group, led by Wim Henneicke and Willem Briedé, was responsible for tracking down Jews in hiding and arresting them. The group arrested and "delivered" to the Nazi authorities 8,000-9,000 Jews. Most of them were deported to Westerbork concentration camp and later shipped to and murdered in Sobibor and other German extermination camps.

The bounty paid to Henneicke Column members for each captured Jew was 7.50 guilders (equivalent to about US$47.50). The group, consisting of 18 core members, ended its work and was disbanded on October 1, 1943. However, the Column’s leaders continued working for the Central Bureau for Jewish Emigration tracking down hidden Jewish property.Before Germany retreated from the Netherlands (May 1945), Wim Henneicke was assassinated by the Dutch resistance in December 1944 in Amsterdam. 

Todd Sputnik
Todd Sputnik

Duder, the Henneicke Column, were actively involved in capturing hiding Jews for a price and delivering them to the German occupiers. It is estimated that Henneicke Column captured around 8,000-9,000 Dutch Jews who were ultimately sent to their death in the German death camps.  Obviously you are an ignorant caucasion.  Seig heil.

909Jeff
909Jeff

Dude, Obviously history wasnt your strong suit.The Netherlands intended to remain neutral during the Second World War, although contingency plans involving the armies of Belgium, France and the United Kingdom were drawn up in case of German aggression. Despite this neutrality, Nazi Germany invaded the Netherlands on 10 May 1940 as part of their campaign against the Allied forces. French forces in the south and British ships in the west came to help but turned around quickly, evacuating many civilians and several thousand German prisoners of war from the German elite airborne divisions.The country was overrun in five days. Only after (but not because of) the bombing of Rotterdam, the main element of the Dutch army surrendered on 14 May 1940, although a Dutch and French force held the western part of Zeeland for some time after the surrender. The Kingdom as such, continued the war from the colonial empire; the government in exile resided in London.

909Jeff
909Jeff

1) Bitches be crazy 2) Keep it classy San Diego!

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