(Eugene, OR) -- A Colorado man is pleading guilty to a federal hate crime for stabbing a Black man from Ontario, Oregon in the neck while he was sitting in a fast-food restaurant. In 2019, 27-year-old Nolan Strauss walked into a Pilot Travel Center in Ontario and stabbed the victim twice in the neck. The man was treated at a hospital and survived his injuries. A maintenance worker held Strauss until police arrived. The worker asked Strauss why he did it, and Strauss said he didn't like Black people. Strauss will be sentenced in September.