Just for the record, here is the truth behind some leftist lies that get a lot of attention, and then are very quietly "corrected," if ever corrected at all.
Washington Post Says Fake Hate Is Rare, and Other Fairy Tales
The Washington Post promised us that fake hate crimes are “rare.” The news hounds of D.C. know that because the Southern Poverty Law Center, America’s greatest purveyors of fake hate crimes, told them so.
That is the biggest hoax of all.
The occasion for their latest prevarication was this week when even the Post had to admit that three recent nationally publicized stories of white on black hate crimes were fake as a nine-bob note. At the Air Force Academy Prep school, a black student admitted he was responsible for the racist graffiti that drew so much virtue display from so many high places. Ditto for racist drawings in Lawrence, Kansas and racist graffiti at a Missouri church.
Despite the recent hoaxes of white racism, the Post its satraps at SPLC felt the need to reassure us that white racist hate crimes are real and widespread and of course all the fault of Donald Trump.
That’s the fantasy. The reality is that black victimization is the biggest hoax of our lifetimes, and fake hate is a part of that huge liberal con game. And it is easy to see with even a cursory look at a list of recent fake hate stories that gathered national attention.
The SPLC tells so many fibs about so many fake hate crimes even they have trouble keeping track. After the election of Donald Trump, Mark Potok and MSNBC’s Chris Matthews were talking about the millions -- or was it billions? -- of hate crimes that Trump supporters were creating all over the universe when they settled on one particularly egregious example of a Moslem woman in New York whose hijab was torn from her sainted head. Trump supporters did it, of course, all the while threatening even more violence.
It never happened. Even the New York Times figured that out a few months before. But that hardly mattered to Potok and Matthews. Here’s a link to the conversation and the hoax.
This is a long list: Each one featuring the boy who cried wolf, and a bevy of reporters eager to forget the first and only rule of journalism: If your mother says she love you, check it out.
So let’s take a look at a few dozen recent examples of fake hate crimes, starting with black public officials who love to lie about black victimization. All with links.
In Texas, a state legislator blew by a state trooper doing 94 miles an hour -- his third speeding infraction for which he received a warning. Nevertheless, soon after, he took to the dais to tell his colleagues about the racist cop who was picking on him because of his skin color. Just like Sandra Bland. Then came the video of the polite and deferential officer giving the lawmaker a few tips about slowing down.
Racist police stop? Never happened.
In Jacksonville, Florida, two black city council members bitterly complained about racial profiling after one was stopped driving a car with stolen license plates. One body cam video later, this was clear: It never happened. A national police news site characterized the councilman at the wheel as a “lying scumbag.”
In Chicago, congressman and former Black Panther leader Bobby Rush said he was pulled over, then used and abused because he was black. Never happened.
In Orlando, a black state attorney was stopped because her license plate did not show up in a police computer. She complained of racial profiling. Then came the video featuring a polite cop and surly driver. Her fairy tale? Never appenhed.
In Bridgeport, Connecticut, city, state, and national media were falling over themselves to investigate racist letters threatening black cops. After a year, the full story came out. Never happened: Black cops manufactured the letters and were caught.
College professors have a special affection for claiming white racism during routine interactions with police. In Princeton, a black professor’s story of racial woe during a traffic stop for unpaid warrants attracted national attention. Then came the video: It never happened.
In Texas, a professor of journalism wrote an op-ed for the major daily paper in Dallas, recounting a hostile experience with two white cops who stopped her for walking in the middle of the road. The root of the nasty behavior directed at her? Her race. Then came the video. It never happened.
College campuses are particularly ripe for any con man or woman with a claim of racial hatred. At the University of Delaware, a Black Studies co-ed said she found a noose in a tree. Proof positive of racial hatred that required the campus police to wake up the school president. The school immediately went on full Cat 5 storm alert. An anti-racist rally was scheduled for later that day. A few hours before the rally, they figured out the noose was really a piece of string from a paper lantern, left over from an alumni party.
The rally went on, as scheduled, to protest a piece of string. The hate crime never happened.
At Albany State University in New York, three black students claimed they were attacked by 20 white people on a bus. Even Hillary Clinton got in on that one through Twitter. After lots of rallies and national attention, police released the videos from the 12 cameras on the bus. The white on black violence? Never happened. They lied.
Even after the videos, even after the trial, the three girls and their lawyers claimed they were still victims of white racism, which somehow forced them to lie.
At Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, hundreds of students turned on the outrage in protests and marches and twitter when racist graffiti was found scrawled throughout the campus. National media chimed in, as with almost all of these fake stories, saying it was just another example of the hate crimes sweeping the country in the Trump era. The kind you read about in the Washington Post and in fundraising letters from the SPLC.
It never happened: A black guy did it.
At Michigan State University, the campus was in a panic after a black student found a noose in her dorm. Never happened. It was just a pair of shoelaces on the floor.
Not to be outdone, a Moslem student at the University of Michigan claimed that three Trump supporters with bad personal hygiene beat her and threatened to set her on fire because of her religion. Never happened.
At the University of Maryland, the campus was on full anti-racist alert after racist graffiti was found. Never happened. A black guy did it.
The College Fix fills in the blanks with lots more stories of fake hate crime and fake outrage. Find it here. Even better, check the Fake Hate Crimes website.
In New Hampshire, national media fixated on the story of a black boy lynched by white racists -- complete with rope burns. It never happened. The kid was white. The Post, of course, swallowed it with gusto: hook, line, sinker, rod, reel and boat.
At the University of Louisiana in Lafayette, a black person reported a hate crime involving some rough-looking white dudes wearing Trump hats in a pickup truck throwing rocks. Never happened.
At Bowling Green State University, a black student took a picture and told the world of a secret meeting of the Ku Klux Klan -- right on campus. Never happened: The hoods were just covers for lab equipment. Even Kat Timpf figured that one out.
At North Park University in Chicago, a gay student was very proud of her courage (and newfound popularity) in the face of repeated -- and well publicized -- threats from Trump supporters. Never happened.
Cops of course, are targets of constant claims of racial hatred on the job. In Rainbow City, Alabama, a black family said racist cops beat their son and threw him off a bridge. Never happened. He was a wanted criminal, as was his passenger, and on video he ran. He jumped over a bridge railing, not knowing it was a long way down. No ghetto lottery for them.
In Memphis, a black lawyer in a nice suit told a tale of a harrowing racial encounter where he felt his life was in danger because of a trigger-happy racist cop. The video showed it never happened.
In DeKalb county, two black firefighters filed a complaint alleging racial abuse at the hands of a black cop. It never happened.
You might think Hollywood actresses would know a bit more about video, but not in these two cases. Taraji Henson, start of the TV hit Empire, said her son was racially abused in Glendale for one reason and one reason only: He was black. When police released the video, it showed a hyper polite cop giving her son a warning -- and some fatherly advice -- even after catching him blowing through a pedestrian crossing with pot and prescription drugs. All on video.
In West Hollywood, a black actress with a part in Django Unchained told the world about the racial indignity she suffered at the hands of a white cop -- all while she and her boyfriend were just sitting in their car. When the audio and video tapes were released, it was revealed they were having sex in public, the neighbors reported them, the cop was polite, and everything she said Never Happened.
By far, the greatest amount of fake racial hatred was inspired by the election of Donald Trump. A smattering:
In Malden, Massachusetts, a black man garnered a lot of sympathy -- and attention -- for his story of some white guys who threatened to lynch him because Malden was now “Trump Country.” Never happened.
In Santa Monica, Chris Ball told his friends that a group of Trump supporters beat him because he was gay and because everyone knows Trumpers hate gay people. Santa Monica police said that never happened. Even Snopes.com, which rarely met a hate crime it did not love, had to beg off on that fairy tale, because it Never Happened.
In Philadelphia, residents of that Democrat city were not surprised to learn that Trump partisans were spray painting racist slogans all over town following his election. Only it never happened. A black guy did it.
But even the most jaded Philly partisan was surprised at this story. It started off like all the others: Big bad Trump people were spreading hateful graffiti in the City of Brotherly Love. It never happened: A blue blooded member of the city attorney’s staff was caught in the act. A white guy, in an expensive suit carrying a glass of white wine.
Down in Mississippi, some Trumponian miscreant set a black church on fire, leaving behind racist and pro-Trump graffiti as a calling card: It never happened: A black church member did it.
Out in Chandler, Arizona, it was clear to members of a local synagogue that Trump supporters vandalized a Jewish cemetery. It never happened. But they did arrest four black people for doing it. That happened.
This is a long list with lots more to be found on my YouTube playlist of fake hate crimes. Or just about any copy of the Washington Post at random.
Some of the lies the Post and the SPLC love to spread have consequences. In Charlotte, thousands of black people rampaged through the streets, destroying property and hurting cops -- 16 ended up in the hospital -- all because reporters and public officials took the hate bait and believed a fairy tale that the cops killed a black person for no reason what so ever. Never happened.
Then it happened again a few nights later: Black ministers were among the dozen or so people who insisted that -- during a protest for the fake racist killing -- cops killed a Black Lives Matter protestor. For no reason whatsoever. Giving the violence a boost.
It never happened. A black guy was killed by another black guy at close range over the same kind of beef that gets black guys killed every day. That happened. The rest? Just two big fat lies -- swallowed whole by the Post.
Similar lies were told and swallowed wholesale in Milwaukee, sparking even bigger riots.
But by far the biggest lie with the greatest consequences came out of Ferguson, Missouri. Thousands of reporters from across the country could not repeat often enough the greatest lie of the last two years: Police martyred St. Michael Brown with his hands in the air saying “don’t’ shoot.”
Even the Washington Post almost a year later got around to admitting that Hands Up, Don’t Shoot was a lie -- naming it as one of its top Pinocchio’s of the Year. Curiously, the Post neglected its own role in spreading this lie, with hundreds of its editorial employees signing off on more than 100 stories in every nook and cranny of the paper.
They even repeated the lie of St. Michael a few months later during a story on black activism at Howard University.
There are so many more of these fake stories reporting fake hate crimes. How many do you want? That’s how many there are. All eagerly reported. All desperately denied when they are found to be fairy tales.
But by far, my favorite hate crime hoax story was another one perpetuated by the Potok and the SLPC. They said an intrepid reporter uncovering black mob violence in previously unknown quanities was the one really responsible for the Boston Marathon Bombing.
That dashing reporter apparently created a climate of hate, all by himself. That’s what he told Rachel Maddow as she smiled knowingly.
And the reporter responsible for that disaster? That was me.
When not causing Moslem hate violence in Boston, Colin Flaherty is the author of that scintillating best seller, Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry: The hoax of black victmization and those who enable it. Everything in that book is actually true.
"You get much farther with a kind word and a gun than with a kind word alone."
|Yew got a spider |
on yo head
Here in the Springs we had a highly publicized incident at the Air Force academy where a number of racial slurs were spraypainted on dorms occupied by black cadets.
Turns out the perp was one of the black cadets and he is no longer a cadet.
When I first read that story in late September, alarm bells rang like SAC alert klaxons at 0300 hours. Yet once again, fraud being perpetrated by fake victims.
"Sometimes I wonder whether the world is being run by smart people who are putting us on, or by imbeciles who really mean it." — Mark Twain
“Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard.” — H. L. Mencken
Nothing new there!
When you put two things together-- the sensational reporting of fake white hate crimes, and the cover-up of actual black hate crimes-- you have jaw dropping journalistic malpractice. They are telling us what is not true, and not telling us what is true.
If I were king, they would all be frog marched to prison at the point of a sword.
"You get much farther with a kind word and a gun than with a kind word alone."
I wasn't myself': Culprit who wrote racial slurs at Air Force Academy blames concussion
By: Stephen Losey 18 hours ago
The Air Force Academy preparatory school cadet candidate who wrote racial slurs outside of his and four other cadet candidates’ dorm rooms last year tried to blame his actions on an untreated concussion.
In an Oct. 24 interview, the unnamed cadet candidate wrote and signed a statement in which he attempted to explain his actions, according to a copy of the investigation report obtained by Air Force Times via the Freedom of Information Act.
“On the night in question I was struggling with a concussion,” the cadet candidate said in his handwritten statement. “Therefore I wasn’t myself. ... I’m sorry I didn’t say anything before. I should’ve just gotten treatment for my head.”
The report, or at least the unredacted portions that were released, did not appear to confirm nor refute whether the cadet candidate actually had a concussion, or whether investigators determined it played a part in the incident.
Academy spokesman Lt. Col. Allen Herritage said in an email that due to medical privacy rules, the school could not answer any questions about the former student’s medical history or condition.
Herritage said the academy could not comment on whether officials determined any other factor drove this incident, or motivated the cadet candidate.
The academy was shocked after the words “Go home n****r” were discovered written on the white boards of five black cadet candidates at the Air Force Academy Preparatory School the evening of Sept. 25.
Within days, it had become national news and prompted superintendent Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria to sternly denounce racist attitudes in a speech to the entire academy.
“Just in case you’re unclear about where I stand on this topic, ... if you can’t treat someone from another race or with different color skin with dignity and respect, then you need to get out,” Silveria said. “That kind of behavior has no place at the prep school, it has no place at USAFA, and it has no place in the United States Air Force.”
After investigating, the academy announced Nov. 7 that one of the cadet candidates who was originally believed to be a victim had admitted to being responsible.
Herritage said at the time that the cadet candidate is no longer a student at the prep school. The academy declined to say anything further about the case last November, citing Privacy Act restrictions.
Each year, the prep school allows about 240 cadet candidates, who don’t yet meet the standards to attend the academy, to train and study over 10 months for the chance to become full-fledged cadets. Some are prior enlisted airmen, some are recruited athletes, and some are “diversity students” who come from disadvantaged backgrounds such as poor school districts.
Investigators believed the incident ― which was investigated as a hate crime ― violated Article 117 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, which forbids “provoking speeches and gestures,” and Article 133, or conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman.
‘We have a problem’
The report lists 20 interviews with victims and witnesses, many of whom described a typical, quiet Monday night after Taps at the prep school ― doing homework, playing with Nerf guns, mixing music, or Facetiming with girlfriends.
But around 10:25 p.m., a cadet candidate went to get a snack from the day room and first noticed a racial slur.
“What is this?” the cadet candidate reportedly yelled to the other students when he first saw the slurs. “We have a problem.”
Other cadet candidates began filing out of their dorm rooms, and some saw slurs had also been written on their white boards.
The incident raised strife in the prep school, and cadet candidates began suspecting one another. Some pointed to other cadet candidates with a history of making racial comments, including one who had been seen playing racist songs in the day room.
At least two witnesses discussed an incident in which threatening notes written in Russian — including phrases such as “I watch you sleep at night,” “You will join them in pain,” “No one can protect you,” and “Foreigner” — had been left in cadet candidates’ dorm rooms.
One student, who felt he or she was unfairly suspected of writing the Russian notes, suspected the white board slurs were written by another cadet candidate who had used racial slurs to describe Hispanic and Middle Eastern people.
A witness told an investigator that another unnamed person at the prep school was rumored to have said on the night of the incident, “Why are they so mad? It’s not like they burned a cross or anything.”
Some cadet candidates said they didn’t feel safe at the prep school anymore and wanted to leave.
In the first round of interviews with witnesses and victims, all denied knowing who wrote the slurs, the investigation report said.
On Oct. 2, investigators collected previously known handwriting samples from cadet candidates, and three days later had a forensic document examiner from the Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory compare them to the slur handwriting.
The handwriting expert zeroed in on one cadet candidate’s sample.
On Oct. 16, that cadet candidate was interviewed and ― after waiving his right to counsel and agreeing to provide a sworn statement ― denied writing the slurs or knowing who was responsible.
He also said that he sought treatment for head trauma Oct. 14 at the academy’s clinic. He then accepted an investigator’s offer to take a polygraph examination.
On Oct. 23, the Army’s final forensic report officially concluded the cadet candidate’s “known hand writing sample had significant characteristics in agreement with the suspect writing on the boards,” the report said.
The next day, the cadet candidate was advised of his Article 31 rights, and he again waived his right to counsel before taking the polygraph examination. The polygraph was inconclusive the first time he denied writing the slurs, but the second time he was asked, the polygraph indicated deception, the report said.
After the second round of polygraph questioning, the cadet candidate was confronted with the signs of his alleged deception, and he confessed to writing the slurs, the report said.
The cadet candidate “stated that after receiving injuries, he had sensitivity to light, which he knew was a symptom of concussion,” the report said.
He “did not seek treatment for the injury [and] stated as a result of the concussion, he took a marker and wrote the racial slurs on the white boards in building 5210.”
He told investigators he originally went down to another floor to get his phone charger and say good night to an unnamed person. He then wrote a racial slur halfway on a white board, before erasing it. He then went on to write slurs on five boards, including his own.
The cadet candidate “stated he apologizes for not saying anything about the racial slurs and should have received help for his injury,” the report said.
The investigation was signed by Lt. Col. Marcus Corbett, the head of the 10th Security Forces Squadron at the academy, and was closed on Nov. 2.
From the story above...Really?
And You want to be a Fighter Pilot, serve Your Country during times of War?
Looks like the You Tube bigots have been hard at work scrubbing all the video links to their site.
Here's his website. You might want to subscribe to his newsletter.
When a thing is funny, search it carefully for a hidden truth. - George Bernard Shaw
Youtube, Facebook and Google are all working to suppress free speech, censoring viewpoints on the right, or that are just politically incorrect, as in this case with Colin Flaherty.
"You get much farther with a kind word and a gun than with a kind word alone."
Yet another hoax by a black person:
Sailor booted after racist attack on his own rack, Navy says
By: Geoff Ziezulewicz 20 hours ago
A Navy probe into a junior sailor who said his ship bunk was defaced with racial slurs concluded that he staged the incidents himself, according to a copy of the investigation obtained by Navy Times.
It is the sort of episode that might not normally draw attention outside the carrier George H.W. Bush’s crew.
But in a November Facebook post, Marquie Little, an aviation boatswain’s mate, posted photos of his berthing covered in trash and his walls covered with racial slurs.
The post went viral, and shortly after, Navy officials said that Little, who is black, had staged the incident.
A copy of the investigation obtained by Navy Times via a Freedom of Information request lays out the sea service’s case against Little.
“In my opinion, (Little) staged this incident in an attempt to avoid having to provide a Family Care Plan and to get off the ship before its next underway period,” the Navy investigator wrote.
The 27-year-old sailor was kicked out of the Navy in recent weeks in connection to the incident, yet he still maintains he did nothing wrong. Little told Navy Times this week he felt “a proper investigation wasn’t conducted.”
Little agreed at one point to take a lie detector test, which investigators did not actually conduct, and provide a handwriting sample to compare to the racist scrawls, according to the investigation.
“As for the handwriting analysis, an informal review of writing samples was conducted by investigators from the ship and NCIS,” said Cmdr. Dave Hecht, spokesman for Naval Air Force Atlantic, or AIRLANT. “That review found there were similarities between the graffiti and the handwriting sample provided by the Sailor.”
Little said this week that officials told him they did not have the manpower to give him a lie detector test and full handwriting analysis.
He was separated from the Navy recently on charges of making a false statement, destruction of government property and disorderly conduct in connection to the vandalism, Hecht said.
A counseling record included in the investigation and dated two days before the first vandalism incident notes a custody court date in December that would overlap with the Bush getting underway.
The sailor “has physical custody of his child and is requesting to stay behind again,” the record states. “Servicemember was left behind last underway for the same reason in which the court set another date. Servicemember does not have any documentation for court date.”
Little said he liked getting underway and did not need a family care plan because he did not have custody of his son.
“There’s no proof, there’s no witnesses, there’s no facts in the investigation stating I’ve done so,” Little said of the findings that he made the whole thing up. “The investigation is based solely off the opinion of other people, which happens to be the people that dislike me.”
Vandalism down in 3-44-1-L
The incidents at the heart of the investigation took place on Nov. 11 and Nov. 15, when Little came aboard the ship for watch duties.
In the opinions section of the report, the investigator wrote that Little later made inconsistent statements regarding the two incidents.
He told officials at one point that he did not know who would do such a thing, and later suggested several sailors could be to blame, according to the investigation.
“There are no witnesses to the vandalism,” the investigator wrote. “The only person seen in the berthing near (Little’s) rack was (Little) himself.”
The investigator also questioned the vandalism photos that Little posted to social media.
“The Facebook photos of the vandalism show inconsistent amounts of trash, or none at all, in the same location on (Little’s) rack, indicating that he took pictures of the vandalism while he was in the process of carrying it out and heaping various amounts of trash onto his bedding,” the investigator wrote.
The investigation shows eight sailors were interviewed as part of the investigation.
“No person interviewed who has worked with (Little) or knows him believed that anyone would vandalize his rack,” the investigator wrote. “All those interviewed believe that (Little) vandalized his own rack.”
Little said the investigator should have interviewed more personnel.
He told officials he first found the vandalism on Nov. 11 before heading to stand watch.
“When he arrived at his rack, he saw that the curtains were closed and ripped up and his mattress had cuts in it as if someone had taken a knife to them,” according to the investigation’s findings of fact section.
Little informed a petty officer second class of the damage, but refused any help in getting new rack supplies, saying “he wanted his chain of command to see the vandalism before it was cleaned up,” the investigator wrote.
In one interview, Little said he reported the vandalism to security right away, but could not recall with whom he spoke, according to the investigation.
In a follow-on interview five days later, he said he reported the incident to a specific petty officer third class.
According to the investigation, the security department’s records showed Little did not report it until Nov. 13, two days later.
Little returned to his rack on Nov. 15 to get some belongings and told officials he found the second act of vandalism, the report states.
“When he arrived, he noticed that dry trash was placed on top of his mattress and someone had written (racial slurs) in multiple locations on the walls and mattress in his rack,” according to the report.
The investigator wrote that Little initially told security he discovered the Nov. 15 vandalism at about 1 p.m., but he later told investigators his rack was vandalized for a second time that day when he went for help.
“He stated that he left the berthing area to get assistance, and when he returned less than 15 minutes later, more trash and several more instances of the (racial slur) were written along the walls of the rack,” the report states.
That same day, another sailor reported coming across Little “taking pictures of his rack and moving ‘things’ around on his rack,” according to the report.
“(The other sailor) left the berthing space for about 45 minutes, and when he returned, he noticed the profanity written on the rack as well as ripped up cardboard placed on the mattress,” the investigator wrote.
A 24-hour watch on Little’s berthing area was set up after that, according to the report.
He posted the vandalism to Facebook on Nov. 15.
“I am a United States sailor,” Little wrote. “This has been happening to me for a while and I asked my chain of command for help and the only thing they did was switch my rack.”
He then pleaded for help.
“I proudly serve the Navy and this is what I’m receiving for help,” he wrote in the post. “#SailorAskingForHelp things are getting out of hand. Please share. Somebody knows something.”
In a Nov. 27 interview with NCIS, Little “admitted that his chain of command has helped him significantly, and he changed his Facebook post to represent that,” the report states.
At that same interview, he said he posted on Facebook “to see if anyone would ‘fess up’ to committing the vandalism.”
Little met with a lieutenant and another person at one point after the Facebook post and expressed unease, according to the investigation.
“(Little) informed us that he was getting unsolicited messages from people on Facebook saying they they knew he had vandalized his own rack,” according to the statement. “These people claimed to be in contact with his chain of command. He also told us that because of these messages, he did not feel safe on the ship.”
The investigator wrote that Little had previously refused to sign counseling forms explaining that he needed to set up his family care plan on the day before the first vandalism incident.
A sailor’s statement about Little included in the investigation called him “indifferent concerning his work environment.”
Little had requested “on numerous occasions” that his chain of command not use profanity toward him, according to the sailor’s statement.
“More recently the member had to request that his (chief petty officer) and (leading chief petty officer) not curse at him in relation to a conversation concerning a Family Care Plan,” the sailor wrote.
A chief in Little’s chain told investigators that “nobody in the division has any issues with Little.”
“They all have a great repour [sic] together,” according to a summary of the chief’s statement. “He can’t see anyone doing this.”
The lead petty officer from Little’s division called him “an unreliable Sailor who tends to have a lot of excuses for not completing tasks.”
Another sailor stated “he can’t see anyone in berthing doing that” to Little’s rack.
A sailor in Little’s duty section told investigators that someone in another duty section vandalized Little’s rack, or that “he did it hisself (sic).”
“I don’t think nobody in our duty section did it,” the sailor wrote. “Everybody is cool and stick to their self.”
After seeing “a big bad word on the side wall of his rack,” another shipmate said they suspected Little was behind it.
“Given the time that I have known (Little), his work ethic and his personal attitude, and given the time frame of the incidents, I suspect that he has done this to himself,” the sailor wrote in a statement. “In my professional association with all our sailors, I do not believe any one of them could do this or show this behaviors [sic].”
Another sailor said that “everybody gets along,” and that he thought Little did it “because he was the only one that was seen in his rack during the time it was vandalized.”
At least one shipmate was not sure what to believe when it came to Little’s rack.
“He believes that the member is hiding something,” according to the sailor’s statement summary, “but states that he is not a detective.”
|Official Space Nerd|
I think a better study would be how many of these 'hate crimes' is actually legitimate. . .
EVERY time I hear about one of these attacks against blacks or women (mostly rabid feminazis), my immediate thought is that it's a fake.
I am rarely wrong.
Really, when was the last REAL such crime?
Fear God and Dread Nought
Admiral of the Fleet Sir Jacky Fisher
|No double standards|
Washington Post (and NYT) are proof that Goebbels lives.
"Liberty lies in the hearts of men and women. When it dies there, no constitution, no law, no court can save it....While it lies there, it needs no constitution, no law, no court to save it"
- Judge Learned Hand, May 1944
Here's another in Des Moines IA.
Drake University officials: Four of the five racist notes found on campus were hoaxes
Kathy A. Bolten, Des Moines Register
Published 11:42 a.m. CT Nov. 30, 2018 | Updated 1:39 p.m. CT Nov. 30, 2018
An 18-year-old Drake University student is responsible for four of five racists notes found in residence halls and now faces criminal charges, school officials said.
The student admitted to writing one of the notes, officials said. She also reported receiving at least one of the notes, officials said.
charges, school officials said.
The student admitted to writing one of the notes, officials said. She also reported receiving at least one of the notes, officials said.
A Drake spokesman said officials are confident the four notes reported by the female student were hoaxes. A fifth note, received by a different student in early November, is not connected to the other four notes, now considered copycats, officials said.
The student responsible for four of the notes faces harassment charges, said Sgt. Paul Parizek, Des Moines police spokesman.
The student will also be subject to the disciplinary process outlined in Drake’s Code of Student Conduct, which may result in actions up to and including expulsion, Drake spokesman Jarad Bernstein said.
Police and Drake campus security continue to investigate the origins of the first note sent in early November to freshman Keith Walker, who wrote about his experience in a social media post. Walker has not cooperated with the police investigation, Parizek said.
In statement sent to students and staff, Drake University President Marty Martin wrote that notes reported on Nov. 13, Nov. 15 and on Wednesday are "copycat hoaxes of an initial campus incident."
News of the notes created a climate of fear on Drake's campus and prompted a rally decrying racism and promoting unity.
On Nov. 14, about 3,000 students and others held a rally at Drake to celebrate diversity and call for unity among students. At the rally, a student speaker said she felt her life was in danger at Drake. Two days after the rally, students painted Painted Street black. Traditionally, student groups cover the street with colorful paintings in celebration of the Drake Relays.
In his Friday note to students and staff, Martin wrote: "The fact that the actions of the student who has admitted guilt were propelled by motives other than hate does not minimize the worry and emotional harm they caused, but should temper fears."
Martin noted that news of the notes prompted a white supremacist group to target robocalls to Drake landlines. The calls reached more than 250 faculty, staff and students.
"We will not tolerate racism or hatred of any form on this campus," Martin wrote.
Student leaders did not immediately reply to requests for comment Friday.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Sigmund,
While I'm sure it will never be traced back to him, my first thought was that Mike Espy had the nooses put in the tree in Jackson, MS a few days ago to help his run-off chances.
If I were king, there would be no marching, because they would all drop right there at the swing of the sword.
Former Drake University student pleads guilty in fake racist notes investigation
The Des Moines Register
Published 8:37 p.m. CT Jan. 16, 2019
A former Drake University student has pleaded guilty to making false reports to law enforcement in connection with racist notes found in November on campus.
Kissie Ram, 19, pleaded guilty earlier this month to the simple misdemeanor, court records show. She faced up to a year in jail but received a deferred judgment that placed her on probation for 12 months.
Ram's charge related to a report filed after a racist note was found on campus Nov. 28, police said. In all, five racist notes were found on campus in November. University officials considered four of the notes hoaxes and could be tied to Ram.
Drake officials said Ram admitted to writing one of the five notes found on campus. She also reported receiving at least one of the notes.
The first note was received in early November by a freshman, who wrote about his experience in a social media post. That note was not connected to the other four.
University spokesman Jarad Bernstein said Ram was no longer enrolled at Drake. Ram would not return to the university in the spring, though he declined to comment further.
In December, Bernstein said Ram would be subject to the disciplinary process outlined in Drake’s Code of Student Conduct, which could result in expulsion.
As part of her sentence, Ram was also ordered to pay a $200 civil penalty and an undetermined amount of restitution. She must also complete 50 hours of community service within 180 days, court records show.
Thousands of students and others held a rally in mid-November at Drake to celebrate diversity and to call for unity on campus. At the rally, a student speaker said she felt her life was in danger at the Des Moines university.
A robocall denigrating African-Americans then went out to hundreds of Drake landline phone numbers. The call was made by a white supremacist group that, in August, claimed responsibility for phone calls from a Brooklyn, Iowa, phone number that used the death of University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts to promote white nationalist messages.
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The very first 'hate crime' was also fake. They only told about the drug deal gone wrong six years after the fact.
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Why wasn't she charged with a hate crime?
Had a white guy written the notes, that would be a hate crime. Why isn't it the exact same crime when she confessed to doing it?
It's funny you never hear much about a redaction to these situations and they always go nuclear,even without knowing the facts. Unfortunately, these examples will not change the mind of a liberal with an agenda. I cannot help but think liberalism is a mental disorder to the highest degree.
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