I completely understand the impulse behind this, and frankly I agree with it. But practically speaking, do you really not foresee ANY potential problems with setting the precedent of enhanced sentencing due to presuming to know the state of mind and the values and preferences of the criminal? Can't imagine any scenarios where that gets abused?And what is even enhanced about this? Murder is already punishable by life in prison. This legislation just specifically says that lynching will be punishable by life in prison. I don't think you're really even adding any value to the law with this. Sure, knock yourselves out, I guess.