Hatewatch Headlines 1/10/2017

Sessions haunted by 1985 voter fraud case; Jewish centers around nation get bomb threats; Google search launched Roof; and more.

The New York Times: The 1985 voter fraud case that Jeff Sessions lost, and still can’t escape.

Think Progress: Jewish centers in at least six states all receive bomb threats on the same day.

New York Daily News: Hate crimes against whites remain relatively rare, despite shocking Facebook torture video.

Mic: The Google search that launched Dylann Roof’s journey from casual racist to mass murderer.

Missoulian: Richard Spencer foresees new room for white nationalism, but Montanans don’t want it there.

AlterNet: A look at ‘Third Positionism,’ the ideology that appeals to jihadists and neo-Nazis alike.

Right Wing Watch: Larry Klayman, who called for an anti-Obama coup, accuses Obama of planning a coup.

Hartford Courant (CT): Anti-LGBT group from Mississippi removed from list of approved charities for Connecticut state workers.

Raw Story: Customers rally around beloved Virginia waitress stiffed by white couple who ‘don’t tip black people.’

AL.com: Alabama ‘bathroom bill’ targets transgender rights to use public facilities.

Media Matters: Meet the anti-LGBT extremists leading the assault on equality in Texas.