|(13 Mar 2012)
The latest available data from the Justice Department show that during December 2011 there was a sharp increase in the prosecution of civil rights crimes by the federal government.
Two thirds of the 39 cases filed in that month involved crimes related to slavery or involuntary servitude.
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