Category Archives: Hate crime hoax

Michigan State University Police: Object Reported as ‘Noose’ Was a Shoelace

An object reported to campus police as a “noose” was actually a shoelace, according to Michigan State University campus police.

On Wednesday a student reported that they had seen a “noose” hanging outside of a dorm room in her residence hall at Michigan State University. By Thursday, campus police had determined that the “noose” was actually just a shoelace. According to reports, the shoelace was tied to the door belonging to two black female students in Holden Hall.

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Muslim Accuses ‘islamophobic’ Neighbor Of Smearing Sh*t Inside Of His Car

“He did whatever he can say. My heligion, my color. Even he tell me ‘you not belong to here,’” said Mohamad.

Allow me translate: Mohamad is saying that his neighbor mocked his religion and skin color, adding that he does not belong in this country.

Mohamad, a Somali immigrant, says he’s lived in Fargo since 1998. He apparently hasn’t picked up much English in the 18 years he’s lived in the United States, but why should anyone have to assimilate? Almost 2 decades in this country and he can’t pronounce “religion” or even form a basic simple sentence in English? That’s bad.

h/t Marvin

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Never Forget: Muslim hate crime hoaxes

Another year. Another Sept. 11 anniversary. Another opportunity for grievance-mongering Muslim agitators to decry the imagined “epidemic” of “Islamophobia.”

South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT) convened with Mad Maxine Waters and other House Democrats in Washington, D.C., to mark a somber occasion this week. No, not the coordinated jihadi mass murder of nearly 3,000 innocent people of all races, nationalities and religions on 9/11. Instead, they lamented Sept. 12 – “the 16-year anniversary of the day that South Asian, Muslim, Sikh, Hindu, Arab, and Middle Eastern Americans woke up to a new political reality in which the safety of our lives and the security of our homes were irrevocably compromised.”

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Assault charge dropped after Muslim admits “exaggerating” Hate Crime story

Durham Regional Police have dropped an assault charge against a man accused of a Whitby hate crime earlier this month, after the victim ­— who claimed he was punched after the man made several anti-Muslim remarks — admitted “exaggerating the incident.”

The 22-year-old who brought the complaint forward to police was cautioned for mischief and obstructing police, investigators said in a press release Friday.

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Fake Hate Crime: Muslim Lied About Harassment By Fellow Deputies

A group of Orange County deputies did not harass a fellow deputy because he is Muslim, a federal jury decided Monday.

Waleed Albakri had sued the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, where he worked from 2008 to 2014, alleging that co-workers called him a “terrorist,” among other derogatory terms, and started a criminal investigation against him because of his religion.

“The sheriff is pleased with the outcome,” the county’s attorney, Mark Levitt, said Monday evening. “The jury quickly recognized that Mr. Albakri’s claim was totally without merit.”

He was fired from the Sheriff’s Office in 2014 after being arrested on insurance-fraud charges, which prosecutors later dropped.

The jury on Monday sided with the Sheriff’s Office after about an hour and a half of deliberations, finding no harassment because of race, religion or national origin.

h/t TROP

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Police Report Contradicts ‘Hate Crime’ Narrative In Milwaukee Attack On Muslim Woman

A Muslim woman who was attacked by a stranger in Milwaukee in April told police that she did not believe that she was targeted because of her religion, a statement which is at odds with how her story was portrayed in the media by local and national Muslim civil rights groups.

“In this attack of the Muslim woman, we know of no evidence that would indicate that this attack was anything but a hate crime,” Munjed Ahmad, a lawyer for the woman and board member of American Muslims for Palestine, claimed at a press conference held on April 14, four days after the 58-year-old woman was assaulted while walking home from prayer services at the Islamic Society of Milwaukee.

But police incident reports, obtained by TheDC through an open records request, paint a different picture.

h/t Marvin

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Anti-bullying activist accused of faking bullying

TORONTO – An anti-bullying activist has been charged with public mischief after an investigation by the Toronto District School Board and Toronto Police.

Emily Wright, a former early childhood educator with the TDSB, had complained officially to police that someone among her Orde Street Public School colleagues had sent her bullying and threatening notes.

Const. Victor Kwong said investigators believe Wright was the author of those notes, including one written on the bottom of her dog’s bowl.


Here’s her original sad sad sad story. Sad.

“I put in a lot of extra hours and tried to make an assembly for the whole school so everyone could benefit on Pink Shirt Day,” Wright said. “And the next morning when I came to school I had a note from somebody else who worked in the school stating that my assembly sucked as much as I did.”

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The Real Backlash: UK Police warn of Muslims faking hate crimes

West Midlands Police have issued a warning after hoax reports about attacks on Muslims were circulated on social media.

The faked news included allegations a hammer thug attacking people on Clevedon Road, Balsall Heath – with other images in bogus stories reportedly showing women who had been assaulted.

All of the claims were discovered to be false following a police probe.

h/t TB

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