One of six threatening letters sent to black residents in Knoxville, Tennessee, including a well-regarded pastor, read: "I am a very racist white man and with Mr. Trump in the White House being the President, white people going to take over the world."
Another letter read, "I wrote this letter (racial slur) … I hate (expletive, racial slur). I’m coming to your house to rape you. I’m going to get a chainsaw and cut your legs off and then cut your head off, black nasty (slur)." On top of being a white Trump supporter, the author also claimed to be a member of the KKK.
To the surprise of no one, none of this turned out to be true. -John Nolte
There were no KKK supporters or Neo-Nazis prowling the hallways and buildings. Yet the Oberlin administration never told the students, the alumni, or the media. Instead, the Oberlin administration allowed students to live in fear. -William A. Jacobson
Liberal, Crime, Hate, Character, Racism, Oops, Smears, Hoax, Trump
A woman has been taken into custody after police say she fabricated a story about a Trump-related hate crime on New York's Long Island.
On Friday, Adwoa Lewis, 19, gave detectives a written statement stating she was driving home on Sept. 2 when four teenagers confronted her, police said. Lewis alleged the teens yelled “Trump 2016!” and said she didn’t belong here...
An investigation into the alleged incident revealed Lewis had fabricated the story and no such altercation took place.
Liberal, Racism, Smears, Lie, Justice
Timmonsville NAACP President the Rev. Jerrod Moultrie posted on Facebook on April 13 that he was racially profiled when a Timmonsville police officer pulled him over for a traffic violation near his home on Harkless Court in Timmonsville...
Moultrie's post said, "Tonight, I was racially profiled by Timmonsville Officer CAUSE I WAS DRIVING A MERCEDES BENZ AND GOING HOME IN A NICE NEIGHBORHOOD."...
Timmonsville Police Chief Billy Brown said Moultrie contacted him the morning after the traffic stop with claims that Moultrie had been racially profiled and mistreated by the officer.
"He made a comment that the officer accused him of having drugs in the car. He said that his wife and grandchild was in the car. He asked them not to move because the officer looked as if he might shoot them or something. He also made mention that the officer continued to ask him about his neighborhood. Why was he in that neighborhood? And threaten(ed) to put him in jail in reference to something dealing with the registration to the vehicle," said Brown.
Brown said he investigated, reviewed the body cam video and determined there was nothing to Moultrie's claims.
"When I saw the video, I was shocked that someone who is supposed to be a community leader, a pastor, and head of the NAACP would just come out and tell a blatant lie. It bothered me. It really bothered me, thinking about the racial unrest it could've cost in the community and it's just troubling to me that someone who held a position like that would come out and just tell a lie."
Hate, Racism, Smears, Lie, Vandalism, Hoax
A sailor who claimed someone scrawled racial slurs on his bed aboard an aircraft carrier —sparking a viral Facebook post in the process — staged the incident himself, the Navy said Friday. Marquie Little, a 27-year-old African American seaman, posted photos to Facebook on Nov. 15 under an alias that showed his rack on the carrier George H.W. Bush covered in trash and racial slurs...
Cmdr. Dave Hecht, a spokesman for Naval Air Force Atlantic, said “a thorough investigation” conducted with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service found inconsistencies in the sailor’s account. “A NCIS-supported command investigation following claims of racially-motivated vandalism aboard the (carrier) has determined that the alleged victim staged the incident himself,” Hecht said in an email.
Liberal, Crime, Hate, Violence, Smears, Immigration, Lie, Islam, Vandalism, Hoax
Last week, an Indian-owned store in Charlotte, N.C. was set afire, a rock thrown through the window and a racist note left behind. It read, in part: "We need to get rid of Muslims, Indians and all immigrants." It was signed, "White America."
Days later, police arrested a suspect. He was not a white supremacist, nor a Donald Trump supporter, nor Caucasian. He was an African-American man, 32-year-old Curtis Flournoy. Surveillance video showed him lighting the fire.
Liberal, Crime, Character, Racism, Oops, Smears, Lie, Hoax
Racist graffiti that was painted on a car parked near Kansas State University last week turned out a hoax, and was written by the car’s owner. The words “Go Home Nigger Boy” and “Whites Only” were painted across the back windshield of the car, along with other explicit words.
Twenty-one year old Dauntarius Williams, who is African-American, apologized for the prank, according to The Kansas City Star. “I would like to deeply apologize to the community,” Williams said in a statement... Williams even filed a false police report.
Liberal, Hate, Character, Racism, Oops, Smears, Education, Lie, Jobs, Hoax
One of the black cadets allegedly targeted by racial slurs scrawled on a whiteboard at the Air Force Academy Preparatory School was responsible for the incident, Air Force Academy officials announced Tuesday.
Officials say the cadet admitted to writing the messages on the whiteboard outside the dorm rooms of five black cadet candidates. The cadet is no longer at the school, but a spokesman declined to say whether the student withdrew or was expelled.
Back in the 1990s, race-obsessed nutballs at Oberlin College in Ohio cooked up a horrid hate crime hoax. Asian-American students claimed that a phantom racist had spray-painted anti-Asian racial epithets on a campus landmark rock. Turned out that it was a warped Asian-American student who perpetrated the dirty deed. Whoops. Never mind. -Michelle Malkin
Liberal, Crime, Hate, Character, Racism, Smears, Vandalism, Hoax
Roughly a year after racist graffiti at Eastern Michigan University triggered campus protests and an FBI investigation, law enforcement has charged a black former EMU student with malicious destruction of property, identity theft, and using computers to commit a crime.
Twenty-nine year-old Eddie Curlin, who attended EMU from 2014 through early 2016 and is currently serving time for receiving stolen property, was arraigned for the EMU charges today, according to The Detroit News.
In September of last year, Curlin allegedly had scrawled “KKK” with the phrase “Leave NI**ERS” under it in the courtyard of EMU’s King Hall, and a month later followed it up with the same phrase on a wall at Ford Hall.
Liberal, Crime, Smears, Lie, Hoax
A college student who said he was robbed by three masked men hurling racial slurs at him has recanted his story, police sources say. The 21-year-old victim initially told police he was walking home in the vicinity of 165th Street and 81st Avenue on Thursday when a black sprinter van pulled up and three men wearing ski masks pulled him inside and robbed him.
He told police they punched him, took his wallet, yelled racial slurs and told him to quote “get out of my country.” The victim is Pakistani-American.
On Saturday, police sources say the man recanted his story and said the incident never happened.
Liberal, Crime, Hate, Character, Racism, Smears, Hoax, Trump
University of Southern California’s Department of Public Safety has confirmed that the person who recently adhered a sign reading “No Black People Allowed” to the gate of a campus residence complex is … African-American.
The sign also featured a makeshift Confederate flag and “#MAGA” — the Trump campaign slogan “Make America Great Again.”
Liberal, Character, Racism, Oops, Smears, Hoax
A racist threat against a St. Olaf student that touched off campuswide protests and forced the college to cancel classes earlier this month was a hoax, the school revealed Wednesday...
On April 29, St. Olaf senior Samantha Wells, who is black, posted images on social media of a threatening note she said she had found on her windshield. Wells was a featured speaker at campus rallies this month, tearfully relaying the discovery of the note and how unsafe it made her feel on campus.
Liberal, Crime, Racism, Narrative, Oops, Fear, Terrorism, Hoax
Police have arrested a black male suspect in connection with a fire at a store owned by South Asian immigrants left damaged with a note from “White America” telling them to “go back to where they came from.” A window was broken and a flaming object thrown inside the store last Thursday. No serious damage occurred as the fire was contained.
There was also a note left at the scene that read, in part, “Our newly elected president Donald Trump is our nation builder for White America. You all know that, we want our country back on the right track. We need to get ride of Muslims, Indians and all immigrants.”
Despite the effort to make the act seem like the actions of a white Trump supporter, Curtis Flournoy, a black male, was arrested in connection to the fire on Sunday.
Racism, Narrative, Oops, Smears, Lie, Hoax
A black waitress who received thousands of dollars in donations after she claimed she received a racist note and no tip from a patron last month fabricated the incident, the customer claims. Kelly Carter, a waitress at Anita’s New Mexico Cafe in Ashburn, Va., claimed that a white man stiffed her on his $30.52 restaurant bill and wrote “Great service, don’t tip black people” at the bottom of his receipt. But the note was forged, says Daniel Hebda, a lawyer for the customer.
Richard Wu’s apparent kidnapping was a near-death experience laced with racial hate. Four men grabbed him and a friend, took them to the New Star Asian Cuisine in Columbus, Ohio, set the place on fire with them inside, and spray-painted an anti-Chinese slur on a wall. Or so Wu said. -James Quiggle
Kkk, Liberal, Crime, Hate, Racism, Oops, Smears, Justice, Law, Hoax
In yet another racial "hate crime" hoax, the Anne Arundel County Police Department in Maryland has charged a 14-year-old African American girl with a juvenile citation for sending out racist tweets. The hoax had two Annapolis-area high schools on high alert earlier this week, after several racist, white-supremacist tweets from a purported KKK supporter threatened them over a period of several days...
Arundel High School officials tipped them off about the racist Twitter account, @KoolkidsKlanKkk, which was sending out the terrible tweets, including one that read “we’re planning to attack tomorrow” and another that read "black (expletive) better run!!"
Election, Hate, Character, Racism, Narrative, Smears, Lie, Hoax
On Saturday morning, two students vandalized Griffin Hall to bring attention to the potential impact of the presidential election on campus. The students poured a red wood-stain substance resembling blood down the main stairwell of Griffin Hall and wrote “AMKKK KILL” in the stairwell... “Their actions did much more than damage property; they harmed our entire community and caused considerable fear, among students in particular,” Falk said.
Hate, Character, Racism, Narrative, Smears, Lie, Hoax
An ugly story out of Delaware made the social media rounds on Wednesday after an African-American woman claimed “four males, all of whom were Caucasian” harassed and threatened her with racial slurs and violence outside a gas station... Police in Smyrna – where the incident is alleged to have occur – told PhillyVoice on Thursday that no such reports have been filed, and they haven’t heard from the alleged victim or anyone with information about a confrontation that occurred Wednesday... Attempts to reach Boyer via Facebook was unsuccessful on Thursday, and a phone number found via Google search wasn't working.
Election, Hate, Character, Racism, Narrative, Smears, Lie, Hoax, Trump
In the latest case of a faked hate crime, a 20-year-old man has admitted he made it up when he told Malden cops he was harassed by two men proclaiming it’s “Trump country now.” The man, whose name police have not released, had filed a complaint saying when he got off an MBTA bus near Broadway Square in Malden at 10 p.m. Tuesday, at least two white men approached him.
Hate, Character, Racism, Narrative, Smears, Lie, Hoax
A Bowling Green State University official announced Friday that a man’s story that he was pushed to the ground, robbed, and called a derogatory slur wasn’t true. Thomas Gibson, vice president for student affairs and vice provost, sent an email updating students about the investigation. He said filing a false report is a serious offense, but did not elaborate on the incident... The incident is the second occurrence this month investigated by the university where someone claimed to have been assaulted and called a racial slur that turned out to be false.
Hate, Character, Racism, Narrative, Smears, Lie, Hoax
A Bowling Green State University student has been charged after reporting an assault that police say did not happen. According to police, Eleesha Long, 24, reported that three young men assaulted her and called her a racial slur at the corner of Crim and Wooster on Nov. 10. Now, police say an investigation determined the report was fabricated.
Another racial hoax on campus surfaced this week, this one at University of Wisconsin-Parkside. WTMJ reported on Feb 2nd that a noose had been found in a residence hall on the previous afternoon, then threatening notes had been sent to the person who reported the initial incident the next morning, along with other African American students.
Hate, Character, Racism, Narrative, Smears, Lie, Hoax
A Plainview man was arrested Tuesday and charged with drawing hateful graffiti on the Nassau Community College campus in East Garden City on multiple different occasions, police say. According to authorities, Jasskirat Saini, 20, of Central Park Road, was arrested at 12:38 p.m. for multiple bias incidents at Nassau Community College. Police say Saini drew two swastikas on the exterior wall of Building H and "KKK" on the floor of F Building Cluster 225 before his arrest on Tuesday.
Hate, Character, Racism, Narrative, Smears, Lie, Hoax
A Denton woman says her husband confessed to torching a truck and motorcycle at the family's home and spray-painting a racial slur on the garage...
A GoFundMe account set up for the family raised more than $5,000; Williams said the fundraiser's organizer was working to refund those donations.
Hate, Character, Racism, Narrative, Smears, Lie, Hoax, Trump
A 58-year-old South Jersey man has been arrested and charged with vandalizing several vehicles and homes in South Philadelphia on the day after the presidential election... On that morning, residents on the block awoke to find racist and pro-Trump graffiti spray painted on their storefronts, cars and homes. One of the damaged cars was a white SUV that had "Trump Rules" and "Black Bitch" spray-painted across it in large black letters.
Editor's note: The suspect was African American. The story fails to mention it.
Election, Hate, Character, Racism, Narrative, Smears, Hoax, Trump
A black man has been arrested and charged with burning an African-American church in Greenville, Miss. last month and defacing its outer walls with “Vote Trump” graffiti. The Mississippi state police arrested Andrew McClinton, 45, on Wednesday and charged him with first-degree arson of a place of worship... McClinton allegedly set first to Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church, where he is a member, on Nov. 1, a week before the election.
Crime, Hate, Racism, Smears, Fear, Vandalism
Police say a Volusia County man faked a hate crime, set his ex-girlfriend's car on fire and then staged his own abduction to throw off detectives.
Vincent Palmer, 27, told detectives he taped a note with racial slurs and the words "KKK" and "Trump" written on it to his ex-girlfriend's mailbox early Saturday before throwing a brick through her car window and dousing the back seat in gasoline because they were having problems over the custody of their children, according to an arrest report.
Liberal, Crime, Hate, Racism, Narrative, Oops, Smears, Lie, Convict, Hoax
A Kean University graduate was sentenced to 90 days in jail, followed by five years probation and an agreement to repay more than $80,000 in damages caused by her fake tweets threatening to kill black students. Kayla McKelvey, an African-American activist who claims she sent the fake tweets to "shine a light on an issue that is important to me," received the sentence after admitting she left a campus protest last November to create the fake Twitter account and send the messages. She then returned to the protest and told everyone about the alleged threats.
The arrest Saturday of another group of teenagers for painting "KKK" in Charles County appears to further the notion -- at least in recent cases -- that racist graffiti has been the work of teens wanting attention as much as anything else. Three of the four teenagers charged over the weekend were African American, according to the Charles County Sheriff's Office.
Liberal, Crime, Violence, Racism, Oops, Lie, Hoax
IOWA CITY — Marcus Owens, the black University of Iowa student whose family claimed he was the victim of a hate crime and racial slurs at the hands of three white men, has issued a public apology after an Iowa City police investigation showed him to be involved in three fights during the hours the assault was alleged to have occurred... The FBI determined the actions of that night did not meet the criteria to be labeled a hate crime.
Liberal, Hate, Character, Racism, Narrative, Oops, Smears, Fear, Lie, Hoax
The students identified as the people behind a recent racist drawing found at Salisbury University’s library are black, school officials confirmed Tuesday. The image, found April 10 on a whiteboard in Blackwell Library, showed a stick figure being hung and labeled with a racial slur. Underneath was the hashtag “#whitepower.” The university confirmed Tuesday, April 26, the students involved in the incident were black, spokesman Richard Culver wrote in an email.
Hypocrisy, Liberal, Hate, Violence, Racism, Threats, Oops, Lie, Justice, Law, Hoax
A self-proclaimed activist has admitted to posting a series of racially threatening Twitter messages targeting students at Kean University last fall. Kayla McKelvey, 25, of Union Township, pleaded guilty to a charge of creating a false public alarm. An investigation found that McKelvey, a Kean University alumnus, participated in an on-campus student rally regarding racial issues last November. She then left the rally, set up an anonymous Twitter account, and posted messages threatening to kill black students at the university.
Liberal, Crime, Hate, Racism, Oops, Smears, Assault, Hoax
Three black female college students who claimed to be victims of an assault by a group of white men and women have been charged themselves.
The University at Albany announced Thursday that two of the women, Ariel Agudio and Asha Burwell, have been charged with misdemeanor assault and falsely reporting an incident. The third woman, Alexis Briggs, has been charged with misdemeanor assault. The women, all 20 years old, claimed they were attacked early on the morning of Jan. 30 while riding a bus. They claimed that they were called racial slurs and were physically attacked while bystanders looked on.
Liberal, Crime, Incitement, Character, Racism, Threats, Fraud, Fear, Hoax
Online threats to “kill every black male and female” at Kean University were fabricated by a former student and activist, a New Jersey county prosecutor, Grace H. Park, announced on Tuesday. The Star-Ledger reports that Kayla-Simone McKelvey, who is black, was charged with a third-degree count of creating a false public alarm.
Ms. McKelvey left in the middle of a November 17 rally against racism, used a computer in a university library to create an anonymous Twitter account, and began to tweet threats. She then returned, the police said, and showed the tweets to participants.
Liberal, Crime, Hate, Guns, Racism, Threats, Academia, Hoax
Police at Saginaw Valley State University say a threat posted on the social media site Yik Yak read, "I'm going to shoot every black person I can on campus. Starting tomorrow morning." The message triggered an investigation and police security response that led to the arrest of a Delta College student living in SVSU housing.
The police reports state that, after the post received multiple "negative replies," the original poster replied with four additional messages that read, "Its [sic] a joke," "I'm black," "I was going to give it an hour to see how you all would react,"...
Open-borders Mexicans were thrilled a couple weeks ago with the report that Rancho Cucamonga day laborer Jose Felix Gutierrez had been kidnapped "by a white man" and forcibly removed to Tijuana with his hands cuffed. Mexicans wanted to blame the "crime" on the Minutemen who have been protesting the illegal laborers at the local Home Depot.
Kkk, Liberal, Hate, Racism, Threats, Fear, Hoax
A Colorado Springs man was arrested after police believe he left racist messages outside a church. Vincent Broughton, 44, who is black, is facing charges for committed a bias-motivated crime and disorderly conduct. The signs were posted outside the New Covenant church that is predominately attended by African Americans. One sign references the KKK. Another reads, “Black men beware, you are the target.”
Liberal, Hate, Character, Racism, Narrative, Oops, Smears, Academia, Lie, Hoax
The Grand Valley State University student who found racist graffiti on her dorm room door’s whiteboard in mid-February is the same person who put it there, police have determined. The racist message had included a stick figure in a hangman noose and the words “black b*tch die” and “f**k black history month.”
Liberal, Hate, Racism, Fraud, Brilliance, Narrative, Oops, Academia, Lie
In February 2013, a series of bias incidents occurred on Oberlin campus. The outraged campus canceled classes and received much attention from the media, including an article in the Huffington Post. However, the two students who perpetrated the racist acts later claimed that it was a “joke” in order to “troll” the campus, according to the police report. Notably, the lead perpetrator was a liberal student with a history of Obama activism in high school and college.
"Hands up, Don’t Shoot"
Liberal Democrats Fall For Hoax, Embarrass Themselves and Their Country
The “Hands up, don’t shoot” slogan used by Democrat activists since August 2013 is a complete falsehood, outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder admitted Wednesday. He acknowledge the faked story as he released the Justice Department’s investigation of the August 2014 shooting of Michael Brown, in Ferguson, Mo.
Liberal, Hate, Character, Racism, Narrative, Oops, Smears, Academia, Lie, Hoax
On Thursday, the president of Sweet Briar College, an all-female liberal arts college in Virginia, sent out a gravely worded announcement about the incident. “Sometime between 8 and 10:30 this morning, four labels, made with a label-maker, were affixed to doors and the water cooler on the fourth floor of Meta Glass,” wrote President James Jones. “As difficult as this is to believe, two of the labels read ‘White Only,’ and two ‘Colored.’ ”...
The student who hung “White Only” and “Colored” signs on doors and water fountains in a dormitory at Sweet Briar College last Thursday isn’t a racist – she’s a social justice crusader trying to “make a point.”
Hate, Racism, Smears, Lie
The black St. Peter’s Prep student who purportedly received racist text messages warning him to drop out of the Jersey City high school's student government election sent the texts to himself, a school official confirmed last week.
Crime, Racism, Smears, Hoax
A minister at a Virginia church faces charges of setting his house and car in Chesterfield County on fire. Chesterfield County police had investigated the fires as a possible hate crime because a racial slur had been painted on the house. Police believe 41-year-old Olander D. Cuthrell, who is black, painted the slurs on his home before he set it on fire.
Also in 1998, members of Duke's Black Student Alliance faked a symbolic lynching to enhance support for their agenda. Hanging a black doll from a tree at the site of a planned protest, they had the campus in an uproar about the depth of hate that must reside there: "Maybe it won't be a doll next time," opined the student newspaper.
Kkk, Liberal, Crime, Character, Racism, Smears, Lie, Hoax
Two days after multiple law enforcement agencies began an investigation into the attack and burning of a Winnsboro woman at Civitan Park, authorities now believe the wounds were self-inflicted. According to Winnsboro Police Chief Lester Thomas, evidenced gathered at the scene of the incident shows 20-year-old Sharmeka Moffitt's initial claims that she was attacked and set on fire turned out to be false claims made up by Moffitt. Moffitt's mother and Thomas confirmed Monday that the Obama T-shirt rumor was false and there was no evidence of sexual assault. A racial slur and the letters, KKK, that were written in toothpaste on Moffitt's vehicle were linked to female DNA, authorities said. "All of the evidence is pointing back to the victim inflicting this upon herself," Thomas said. "No evidence has shown any other person was involved." "This case is solved," Thomas added.
Crime, Hate, Racism, Oops, Smears, Lie, Drugs
SLIDELL, La. - A black man who claimed he was dragged by three white men for 2 1/2 blocks has told police it was actually a drug deal gone bad. The reported attack last Saturday on Cornelius Weaver, 23, had been investigated by authorities as a hate crime. James Hartman, a spokesman for the St. Tammany Parish sheriff, said yesterday that Weaver has recanted and given a taped statement to investigators that he fabricated the story.
Liberal, Crime, Hate, Character, Racism, Narrative, Oops, Smears
Lesbian. Black. Wheelchair-bound. Suffering from brain cancer. It was hard to imagine a more vulnerable target. In May 1992, when a 40-year-old former corrections officer named Azalea Cooley said that vandals had spray-painted a swastika and "Burn, Nigger, Burn" on her house, Portlanders reacted with a reflexive kick of outrage. The mayor, the Police Bureau, the Urban League, the No on 9 Campaign, the Anti-Bigotry Coalition, the Metropolitan Human Rights Commission--everyone jumped to condemn the attacks. Those protesters had no idea that a secret police videotape from that very morning showed a woman with close-cropped hair step past her wheelchair, stick a wooden cross in a flower pot on her back porch, and set it alight. It was Azalea. When detectives confronted her with the evidence, she slashed her wrists and was hospitalized. A week later, she penned a handwritten note, confessing that the incidents had been staged, and admitting that she didn't have cancer or need a wheelchair.
Crime, Hate, Character, Racism, Smears, Hoax
Sharpton was a spokesman for Brawley, a black teenager whose claim of kidnapping and rape at the hands of six white police officers was dismissed after a grand jury determined their was no evidence to support it.
Faking Racist Hate At Salisbury University
“So this is what we as students have to deal with @SalisburyU,” Jackson tweeted. “Mightas well call it ‘DIE’versity.”
The students identified as the people behind a recent racist drawing found at Salisbury University’s library are black, school officials confirmed Tuesday. The image, found April 10 on a whiteboard in Blackwell Library, showed a stick figure being hung and labeled with a racial slur.
Underneath was the hashtag “#whitepower.” The university confirmed Tuesday, April 26, the students involved in the incident were black, spokesman Richard Culver wrote in an email.
Crime, Hate, Racism, Smears, Lie
A Trinity International University minority student unhappy about attending the school was charged with a hate crime after she confessed to sending racially threatening mail to minority classmates, prompting a temporary evacuation of black and Latino students from campus, authorities said Tuesday. Alicia Hardin, 19, of Chicago, an African-American woman, was trying to convince her parents that the Bannockburn school was too dangerous for her, police said.
Character, Racism, Lie, Vandalism
A woman charged with torching her own home in January and making it look like a hate crime has been released on bond. Pamela Morrow Graf, 47, posted $57,871 bail Monday night at the Forsyth County Detention Center, a jail spokeswoman said. Her next court appearance is set for April 1. Someone also spray-painted graffiti that included a racial slur and the phrase "your black boy will die" on a fence along Graf’s property. Authorities say Graf and her boyfriend, 46-year-old Steve Edward Strobel of Barrow County, burned the house down in an insurance scam... Graf claimed she was targeted because of her support for President Barack Obama.
Retired teacher Maureen Decker emerged yesterday from Woods' sordid past to say that a story he's told about being brutalized by racist kids on his first day of kindergarten was pure bunk. "I am asking Tiger for a private and public apology to put my mind at ease and set the record straight," said Decker, a smiling 69-year-old.
Hate, Character, Racism, Lie, Hoax
(CNN) -- An African-American man has pleaded guilty after being accused of impersonating a white supremacist in a fictitious Facebook account to make death threats against an African-American university student. Dyron L. Hart, 20, of Poplarville, Mississippi, pleaded guilty Wednesday before U.S. District Judge Kurt D. Engelhardt to one count of communicating threats in interstate commerce, according to a Department of Justice statement. Hart admitted creating the fictitious account in November, pretending to be a white supremacist outraged by the election of Barack Obama as the nation's first African-American president, the statement said.
Kkk, Character, Racism, Lie, Hoax
Anderson police discovered Thursday that a black girl at Anderson High School was responsible for what police had labeled a "hate crime" against blacks.
The 15-year-old girl wrote racist comments and drew symbols, such as "K.K.K." and Nazi crosses, that were "directed toward her race" on five pieces of paper on Wednesday, Capt. Robert Kirvin said.
Character, Racism, Threats, Lie, Hoax
HAPPY VALLEY, Ore. -- The 16-year-old son of a Happy Valley family was found to be responsible for racial graffiti and threats found at the home earlier this week. Sang Huynh and his family told police they found a note on their house Monday that told them to leave. "Last warning. We will burn your house down if we have to," it read.
Liberal, Character, Racism, Oops, Smears, Academia, Lie, Vandalism, Hoax
A week after a reported campus hate crime drew national attention, sparked protests and shut down the prestigious Claremont Colleges, police on Wednesday called the incident a hoax staged by a professor who slashed tires, shattered windows and spray-painted racist graffiti on her own car. Claremont McKenna College psychology professor Kerri Dunn, who had told police that her car was vandalized as she spoke at a March 9 forum on racism, was identified by two eyewitnesses as the person who damaged the auto, authorities said Wednesday.
Hate, Character, Racism, Smears, Academia, Lie, Hoax
Miller, 18, told campus police that an unknown person slid a note under the door of her Mary Park Hall dorm room with the word NIGG written on it. Jackson, 18, said Black Bitches was written on her Village at Centennial Square room door possibly by her neighbor. After a police investigation, both Miller and Jackson confessed to police that they had written the words themselves. In recent years, other campuses have experienced hate crime incidents later found to be fake.
Hate, Character, Racism, Smears, Lie, Hoax
A firefighter who reportedly found a rope and a threatening note with a drawing of a noose in a Baltimore station house last month admitted to placing the items there himself, it was reported. The Baltimore Sun reported Sunday that Donald Maynard, a firefighter and paramedic in-training, who is African American, confessed to police.
Lee Ross, a social psychologist on the faculty at Stanford University, said that if Dunn is proven to have committed the vandalism, the professor may still have raised people’s awareness about racism. "One ironic thing is that doing this may actually have accomplished some of her goals, if her goal was to make people feel that racism was present and that there was danger of white backlash," Ross said.
Hate, Racism, Oops, Smears, Lie, Hoax
SOMERS- A UW-Parkside junior has confessed to creating a hit list targeting students at the school, according to the Kenosha County sheriff's department. Kenosha County sheriff's detectives have confirmed that Khalilah N. Ford, 21, of Louisville, KY is the person who made the list of targeted students, according to a document issued by the Kenosha County Sheriff's Department. The Kenosha County sheriff's department says some recent racially-motivated threats at University of Wisconsin-Parkside were a hoax.
Crime, Character, Racism, Hoax
LB Williams, a 50-year-old black man, his wife of nearly seven years Donna Williams, who is white, and their bi-racial daughter found a cross burning in their driveway Nov. 4... On Monday, LB Williams admitted to setting the fire and posting the notes, according to the arrest affidavit charging him with two felonies: domestic violence stalking and exhibits that intimidate.
Hate, Racism, Hoax
A former student at Trinity International University in Bannockburn accused of sending anonymous threatening letters to minority students last year was convicted Thursday of felony disorderly conduct and ordered into counseling. Alicia Hardin, 20, of Chicago was originally charged with a hate crime, a more serious offense, said Lake County Assistant State's Atty. George Strickland. But the charge was reduced through a plea agreement because Hardin was young and had no prior criminal record, he said.
Liberal, Oops, Smears, Hoax
A black Anoka resident who three days ago reported the burning of a cross on his lawn was charged Friday with setting the blaze himself in a search for sympathy and money.
Hate, Racism, Threats, Hoax
Red noodles were left on the doorstep of a black student, with a note suggesting that they represented a dead black person's brain. Surveillance tapes were set up. The FBI located the computer used in the E-mail threats. A black dental student, Tarsha Michelle Claiborne, was arrested and confessed.
Liberal, Oops, Smears, Hoax
Within a month my client was the most reviled person in the country. His picture was on the cover of Newsweek Magazine as not only a rapist but a rapist who participated in a gang rape that was motivated for racial purposes.
In 1998 Associated Press reported that Cornelius Weaver, a black Louisiana man who claimed he had been dragged behind a car by three white men--similar to what actually happened to a black Texan named James Byrd--recanted and admitted he had invented the story to cover up a drug deal that went bad.
Hate, Racism, Smears, Hoax
The two Miami students were charged last week with posting racist messages at Miami's black learning center. Based on evidence gathered at the scene last October, police say the pair posted hate-filled messages at the center and on computer screen savers. Some messages supported the Ku Klux Klan. One had a drawing of a black person being hanged.
Hate, Racism, Oops, Smears, Academia, Hoax
At Spokane Community College, a racist and sexist letter from "Whitey" appeared in an advice column in the student newspaper, the Reporter, last year. After campus protests about the letter's derogatory language about women, gays, and minority students, the newspaper's editors admitted that "Whitey" was a fictional character they had created to raise awareness about racism on campus.
Liberal, Hate, Racism, Oops, Smears, Hoax
The rope incident sparked outrage two weeks ago and prompted a federal investigation into possible civil rights violations. It was the latest in a series of incidents that have cast the Fire Department in a poor light over the past year, including the death of a recruit in a training exercise and accusations of racism. The news of the hoax came a day after a report released by the city’s inspector general found that the top performers on two recent Fire Department promotions exams likely cheated amid lapses in testing security.
Kkk, Hate, Violence, Racism, Threats, Smears, Lie, Hoax
(CBS/KMOV) ST. LOUIS - U.S. Attorney Stephen R. Wiggington says a former O'Fallon, Ill. man has been charged with conveying false threats to O'Fallon Police and City Hall in November, 2006. Twenty-eight-year-old Justin Lamar Kidd, an African American, is accused of mailing a letter to O'Fallon PD stating, "Get all the blacks from Chevy Chase Apartments from out of O'Fallon before we burn the hole [sic] complex down. KKK warning."
Liberal, Oops, Smears, Hoax
March 3, 2006 Ku Klux Klan fliers that were distributed in a Suffolk apartment complex last week came from a black tenant who wanted to shock young African-Americans, Suffolk police said Thursday.
Liberal, Character, Lie
Black Man Pleads Guilty to Posing as Obama-Hating White Supremacist on Facebook , An African-American man from Mississippi admits posing as a white supremacist to send a death threat across state lines by Facebook.
Liberal, Crime, Hate, Financial, Racism, Lie, Justice, Law, Hoax
The nation was stunned in 1987 by an African-American teenager’s accusation that she had been brutally gang raped by a group of white men, including a local prosecutor and a local police officer. Those accusations turned out to be an elaborate hoax — and decades later, one of the men wrongfully accused in the fabricated horrific crime is finally receiving reparations payments.
Eleven years after Tawana Brawley’s sensational story was disproved, former prosecutor Steven Pagones successfully sued Brawley, her attorneys and Rev. Al Sharpton — who had gotten involved with the case — for slander, according to the Poughkeepsie Journal.
Liberal, Hate, Racism, Oops, Smears
The Duke Lacrosse hoax