Police say the suspect in the deadly Atlanta spa shootings confessed to the killings, but told them he’s a sex addict, not a racist. CBS News spoke to an expert who says you cannot separate race from this attack and that police are diminishing the pain and fear Asian Americans are feeling. Mark Strassmann reports.
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