On Britain’s ever-more expansive search for hate crimes
The Times of London recently informed us that “the number of hate offences recorded by police jumped after the terror attack by Khalid Masood at Westminster in March last year.” The paper continued by noting that “incidents of hate crime went on rising in May and June after terrorists attacked the Manchester Arena and London Bridge.” One shudders to think about how many hate offenses would follow a really enormous terror attack.
What is a hate crime? The Times explains, “hate crime is defined as any criminal offence which is perceived by the victim or any other person to be motivated by hostility or prejudice towards someone based on a personal characteristic. In fact, the expression of hatred—or perceived as such—now is itself a crime.”
Fynn Ajani Arthur – clearly he internalized the white man’s racism.
A black college lacrosse player has been arrested in connection with two incidents of racist graffiti found in a dorm on the Goucher College campus in Maryland.
Fynn Ajani Arthur, a 21-year-old from Brunswick, Maine, was charged with two counts of malicious destruction of property on Thursday night in Baltimore County.
His arrest came after graffiti aimed at black and Latino students was found on the second floor of a campus dorm, one floor above where similar graffiti had been found on November 14, Goucher College administrators said in a statement.
Officials at an Iowa university said an 18-year-old student is facing criminal charges after being believed to have written four out of five racist notes on campus.
The Drake University student, who has not been identified, admitted to writing one of the notes and also allegedly received one of the notes, the Des Moines Register reported Friday. The student reported four racist notes, which officials believe to be hoaxes.
A group of nooses, discovered hanging off trees near the Mississippi state Capitol, were not a warning from a white supremacist group, but rather a “protest” by leftists against Mississippi Republican Senate candidate Cindy Hyde-Smith.
Democratic Party Noose
The 20-year-old mastermind behind a terrifying spate of hoax bomb threats against Jewish institutions the world over between 2016 and 2017 has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Israeli-American Michael Ron David Kadar was found guilty in June of hundreds of counts of extortion, making terroristic threats, computer offenses, and money laundering, among other charges.
Racist hoaxes belittle real problems at K-State, need to stop now
On Nov. 5, Brodrick Burse, sophomore in mass communications, posted a tweet just before 10 p.m. announcing that he had found a racist sign posted to his front door.
Anna Ayers, a student government leader at Ohio University, reported finding threatening messages in the drawer of her desk a few weeks ago.
Ayers, an LGBT student, said the three notes were “hateful, harassing,” according to The Post Athens, a student-run news outlet, and made specific attacks on her sexual identity.
“Senate will never be the same for me,” Ayers told The Post of the notes, the first of which she said appeared Sept. 27 in her desk at the Student Senate. “The friendships will continue to grow, and our successes will always evoke pride, but the memory of my time in senate and at OU will be marred by this experience. We will all have a memory of a time when this body failed one of its own.”
A variety of motivations may prompt a student to make up a hate crime, but one thing is for certain: The overwhelmingly dominant ideology on college campuses celebrates victimhood, even above achievement, and achievement itself is worthless without victimhood.
Adwoa Lewis – Hate Crime Hoaxer
A New York woman admitted she fabricated her story to police claiming a group of teens shouted “Trump 2016” at her and left the note “Go Home” after slashing her tires, police said.
Adwoa Lewis, 19, was arrested and charged with making a false punishable written statement following an “extensive investigation” into her claims she made earlier this month, Nassau County police said Saturday.
Texas waiter made up racist note story, Saltgrass COO says
A server at a steakhouse in Texas made up the viral story about a customer leaving him a racist note on a receipt, restaurant management announced late Monday afternoon.
Khalil Cavil posted on Facebook last week that a customer at Saltgrass Steak House in Odessa, Texas, wrote zero in for his tip and put a note at the top of their receipt that said, “We don’t tip Terrorist.”
His story quickly gained international attention and the restaurant’s corporate office said it had banned the customer responsible.
Now they say they’ve learned the whole thing was made up.
“The cameras have certainly augmented our existing security on campus,” Westfield State spokeswoman Tricia Oliver told The Fix. “Plus, an increase in diversity and inclusivity educational programming has taken place over the last several months, led by the areas of Academic Affairs and Student Life. Such programming has resulted in productive discourse and conversation on these important topics …What we have seen, is a greater sentiment of unity.”
Less lying, she means.
Another faked hate crime by Muslims? No evidence, no witness, and an unnamed Muslim who reported it.
Another shocking hate crime, this time in Woodbridge, Virginia. A 13-year-old girl said a man cursed at her, grabbed her arm, and then threatened her with a knife before ripping off her hijab. He also allegedly called her a terrorist.
Kitchener woman who made report has been charged with public mischief
Waterloo Regional Police Service has charged a 41-year-old Kitchener woman with public mischief after a month-long investigation into an alleged assault against her.
The woman, who is a local pro-choice advocate, said a man threw a bucket of red paint at her face outside the Charles and Borden Tim Hortons, and yelled “murderer” before walking away last month.
Police investigated the case as a hate crime.
Today is “Punish A Muslim Day” according to fliers that were circulated in the UK, and the international media is in hysterics. However, like so many “anti-Muslim hate crimes,” the letter is almost certainly a hoax.