Yet another fake hate crime has been exposed. Althea Bernstein lied about being the victim of a white on black hate crime.
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Colin Flaherty author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry commentary news video "Stranger Breaks 71-Year-Old Woman's Jaw in Random NYC Street Attack
The victim was punched bashed in the face sent to the ground and suffered a broken jaw and cuts to her mouth that required stitches; the suspect kept walking seemingly very calm" The woman eventually got up and walked into a store, and did not appear to even remember she had been hit or where she was, just telling the shop owner she had fallen somewhere nearby Also black teens rob handicapped man in wheel chair at train stations
Recent hair hoax hate crime and the leftist media so eager to paint all whites as acting the same, leads into these stories
Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "Lamar mayor's cars vandalized, may be considered hate crime" "Report: Substance found on Lamar mayor's cars appears to be pollen, not spray paint" another hoax myth of black victimization greatest lie of our generation black culture victim mentality dmtbka low iq
by Tonya BrownFriday, February 8th 2019
Darlington County, SC (WPDE) — Lamar Mayor Darnell Byrd-McPherson said someone came onto her property Wednesday night and vandalized her cars.
"The incident happened last night. Even though I drove my car today, I thought it was pollen. My husband and our neighbor noticed the cars looked like someone had spray painted on both our vehicles, which were parked in our front yard.
As an aside, during the 70s, crosses were burned in the yard of our home when my Mother was involved with the civil rights movement. On this very same corner in this very same front yard!
Again, we are grateful the person or persons did not try to take our lives but the culprits will be identified and prosecuted.
Love conquers hate and my husband and I refuse to be intimidated by those who perpetrated this act of vandalism which I classify as an act of hatred. "
by Tonya BrownWednesday, February 27th 2019
LAMAR, S.C. (WPDE) — An incident report from Lamar police said a substance found two weeks ago on two cars belonging to Lamar Mayor Darnell Byrd-McPherson has a yellowish tint to it and that it's a type of powder similar to pollen.
Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary Video "Antioch church vandalized with swastikas" "Suspect arrested in string of hate graffiti in Antioch" The biggest lie of our generation. The Hoax and Myth of Black Victimization deface property hostility criminality crime spray paint racial slurs
Posted: Nov 26, 2018 02:44 PM PST
Updated: Nov 26, 2018 05:53 PM PST
ANTIOCH (KRON) - Police are investigating after vandals defaced several businesses and cars in downtown Antioch with offensive words and symbols over the weekend.
Antioch Police posted about the incident on Facebook saying they are “saddened and disappointed.”
“This criminal behavior is not reflective of our community or our beliefs,” police said.
Tuesday, November 27, 2018 12:00PM
ANTIOCH, Calif. (KGO) -- A suspect has been arrested after a string of vandalism in Antioch left downtown buildings and churches covered with anti-Semitic graffiti.
Police say they received tips from several community members identifying Lawrence Phipps, 24, of Antioch as the suspect. A search of his residence revealed evidence that connected him to the crime, police said.
At least 20 buildings in downtown Antioch were tagged with obscenities and vulgar phrases, including churches and city hall.
A mural on Fourth St. was also vandalized with swastikas and vulgarities.
Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary Video "Someone hung nooses at the Mississippi Capitol on eve of racially charged U.S. Senate runoff" "Seven nooses, signs found at Mississippi State Capitol" racial hoax political corruption voter fraud rally black vote
By Cleve R. Wootson Jr.
Cleve R. Wootson Jr. November 26
Authorities removed two nooses and six hate signs found on the grounds of the Mississippi State Capitol on the eve of a U.S. Senate runoff election featuring a black Democrat — and a white incumbent criticized for pro-Confederacy stances and remarks about a “public hanging.”
State Capitol police took down the nooses and the signs and said they are investigating, according to Jackson, Miss., NBC affiliate WLBT. Authorities have not released images of the signs or surveillance video, which they are reviewing to determine who is responsible. They also haven’t released details about any suspect.
The signs appeared on the same day that President Trump was scheduled to campaign in the Magnolia State for Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith. She was appointed to the Senate in March to fill the seat of an ailing Thad Cochran and was widely expected to win the race to fill the remaining two years of the term in the Republican-leaning state.
Voters will cast ballots on Tuesday for the last U.S. Senate seat still up for grabs in this election cycle. If Hyde-Smith wins, Republicans would hold 53 seats in the 100-member Senate.
Author Colin Flaherty Commentary Video "Racist note left on CMU dorm door, students unite to denounce hate" "Black man fined $2,000 for racist graffiti that rocked ‘quiet’ Michigan community" "For second time in two years, racist slur at Kansas State was a hoax, police say"
By Amy Hybels | Posted: Fri 12:02 AM, Nov 09, 2018 | Updated: Fri 1:08 AM, Nov 09, 2018
MOUNT PLEASANT (WJRT) (11/08/18) - Students at Central Michigan University gathered for a peaceful protest Thursday evening after a racist message was written on a whiteboard outside the door of three African American students who live on campus.
Clark Mindock New York @ClarkMindock
Tuesday 22 May 2018 14:57
A black man who spray painted racist messages against African Americans at a Michigan college has been fined $2,000 for the action, which he admitted to doing.
Eddie Curlin, a 29-year-old former student of Eastern Michigan University, found out about his punishment after pleading guilty to malicious destruction of property. The incidents occurred late last year and into the spring, when the three messages of hate shocked the otherwise quiet campus in Ypsilanti.
The first of those three messages came in September, when students were shocked to find “KKK” written in red, white, and blue paint on the side of a dormitory alongside a threat that told African Americans to “leave” the school.
The second came on Halloween when a similar message was scrawled on a different building near a monument to Reverend Martin Luther King Jr, this time using the n-word to tell black students to leave.
The final ugly message was left in a men’s restroom stall.
“It really has rocked our community,” Judith Kullberg, a political scientist at the school, told The Washington Post. “In this whole context of a very tense presidential election, it has raised anxiety here considerably.
Campus police have said that the over 1,000 hours of investigation have revealed that the incidents weren’t motivated by politics, or even race.
“It was an individual item done by one individual, Robert Heighes, the campus chief of police, told the student newspaper the Eastern Echo.
The United States saw a disturbing increase in hate crimes during President Donald Trump political ascension in 2016, after years of decline in the number of reported cases.
The number of those crimes jumped by nearly 300 incidents in 2016 compared to 2015, according to data from the FBI released in November. All told, there were 6,121 reported incidents that year, compared to 5,850 the year before.
BY JASON TIDD November 08, 2018 04:50 PM Updated November 08, 2018 07:55 PM
For the second time in two years, the person who reported a written racist slur found on or near Kansas State University has admitted that it was a hoax, police said.
Colin Flaherty Commentary Video "Racist sign posted on door of Jardine residence" "Racist note on K-State apartment door was a hoax" "Racist graffiti painted on car near K-State was a fraud"
By Kaylie Mclaughlin - Nov 6, 2018
When Brodrick Burse returned to his home from campus Monday night, he found a sign with a racial slur clipped to the doorframe of his second-floor Jardine Apartments residence.
“Beware N*****s Live Here!!! Knock at your own risk,” the sign read.
At about 8 p.m., Burse, junior in mass communications, posted an image on his Twitter. The tweet, which generated more than 300 retweets in less than 24 hours, included the sign in an attached photo.
“It’s 2018 and this was posted on my apartment door. This is still happening here at @KState,” Burse wrote. “I refuse to let this blatant racism stop me from moving onward and upward.”
By Ann Olamiju and Nick Viviani | Posted: Wed 10:27 PM, Nov 07, 2018 | Updated: Thu 4:03 PM, Nov 08, 2018
MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) -- The racist note reportedly left on the door of a Kansas State student was actually put there by the student himself, University officials said Thursday.
Campus police began investigating the note Monday after the student posted a picture of it on the door frame of his home at Jardine Apartments. The note read, "Beware n***ers live here! Knock at your own risk."
Investigators say the student admitted making the sign and hanging it.
The school says they will handle the situation “in accordance with applicable disciplinary procedures.” Officials did not define what that entailed.
BY MARÁ ROSE WILLIAMS
November 06, 2017 03:48 PM
Updated November 08, 2017 10:51 AM
An incident in which racist slurs were painted on a car near the Kansas State University campus last week was a hoax, and the man who painted the slurs has apologized.
Riley County Police reported Monday afternoon that the owner of the car, Dauntarius Williams, 21, of Manhattan, admitted to investigators he was responsible for the graffiti.
Law enforcement officials, however, decided not to file charges against Williams.
The two law enforcement agencies concluded that despite having filed a false report, criminal charges against Williams would not be in the best interests of the citizens of Manhattan.
Colin Flaherty Commentary Video "Controversy rises over costumes (Black Face), bananas left in locker room at high school football game" "Allegations of racism at Orange County high school football game underscore broader tension in the Trump era" "Racist threats, Nazi graffiti, Trump feuds: Records reveal racial tension in Orange County schools"
POSTED 11:02 PM, OCTOBER 6, 2018, BY PAUL KISKA
Some fans say some Ashland students were in black face and others dressed as bananas.
A player on the predominantly African-American Mansfield football team was offended and took to social media saying "Racisim and hazing are not cool."
Members of Ashland's Cross Country team also left bananas in Mansfield's locker room.
Ashland's Athletic Director Jason Goings released the following statement on social media, apologizing for the "misunderstanding."
"In response to the events of last night, and any misunderstanding that occurred, concerning the Ashland vs. Mansfield Senior football game we want to offer our sincere apologies once again to the community of Mansfield, the Administration, Coaches, Parents and most of all the players. What we thought was a gesture of kindness was understandably not perceived as so. For quite some time now (upwards of 20 years) our Cross Country team has held Banana Fridays in preparation for their races the next day. Any remaining fruit not consumed by the cross country team was left in the visiting locker room which the Cross Country team uses during the week. Here is a quote from my XC Coach explaining “We leave the box of whatever is left in the locker room each week in hopes that the football team will eat them if they like, so as to hopefully not waste them. I don’t even know who the football team plays week to week” Once alerted to concerns about this incident the administration immediately took action and explained that this was a tradition and there was no malice intended. The administration apologized to as many coaches as we could before kick-off of the game. There was also an allegation that Ashland students were wearing blackface. This is untrue. Our student theme for the game was costume night and there were students dressed in a variety of costumes including various food items. We are rivals on the field of play and that is all. When Ashland plays Mansfield Senior it is always a good game and we win some and they win some. Their players came ready to play last night and that is just a testament to the outstanding coaches and players they have in their program. Their game winning 78 yard drive to win the game last night is just one example of the resiliency of these players. I have deep ties to the Mansfield area being a graduate of Mansfield Senior and served the community there for 16 years as a teacher, coach, and administrator. I am deeply and emotionally tied to the students and faculty of the Mansfield school system and that this gesture by our cross country team has been taken out of context hurts me on a personal level. I have family on the current Senior High football team and want nothing but the best for all of them. There was no intent to send any message other than good sportsmanship. If the act was not perceived as such we again apologize."
By HOWARD BLUME SEP 09, 2018 | 5:50 PM
The fallout over allegations of racism at a recent Orange County high school football game erupted on social media over the weekend, reflecting the broader tension gripping the country in the Trump era.
Posted August 16
HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. — In May 2017, an assistant principal entered a boys' bathroom at Cedar Ridge High School in Orange County. There, scrawled on the wall, was a threat: "Kill all (racial slur)." He soon found similar graffiti in other bathrooms. Swastikas and slurs littered the walls.
A few months earlier, a Cedar Ridge High teacher heard a student yell "white power!" as they walked to the bus, but she couldn't make out who it was. Back in her classroom, she found a swastika scratched into a desk in her classroom.
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Aug. 23, 2018
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A man has been arrested after police say he urinated on a 5-year-old black girl in an alley in western Michigan and called her a racial slur.
The girl’s parents called Grand Rapids police on Wednesday evening and reported that a roughly 60-year-old white man had urinated on her about 20 minutes earlier. Police say they canvased the neighborhood and identified as suspect, who was taken into custody after he arrived at his home.
Police say another 5-year-old and two 7-year-old children witnessed what happened. No injuries were reported.
Chelsea Robinson Updated: 9:24 AM PDT Aug 27, 2018
Prosecutors said charges have been dropped against a man accused of urinating on a 5-year-old black girl in western Michigan because children made up the story.
The Kent County Prosecutor’s Office said Friday the charges were dropped after authorities determined the children made up the story “to avoid trouble.” It says one child urinated on another child and they concocted the story.
JANUARY 29, 2018BY BRIAN HICKEY
It was more than two years after her brother Robert – a 51-year-old homeless man – died of complications from blunt-force impact suffered during a brutal attack outside a Philadelphia gas station seven months earlier.
The charges – voluntary manslaughter, conspiracy and possession of an instrument of crime – will land them behind bars for a maximum of 22.5 to 45 years in prison, though they won't likely face the max when they return to court for sentencing on April 20.
The attack came about after Gillard's 10-year-old son claimed that Barnes had hit him and used a racial slur. There was no evidence of this, or any interaction, seen on surveillance footage, Rebstock said.
Still, the group of six returned to the gas station to punch, kick and strike Barnes with the aforementioned objects before fleeing the scene quickly.
"Witnesses yelled at them to stop, but they were ignored," she said. "The video shows no physical or verbal altercation (between the 10-year-old or homeless man) that afternoon or evening."
By Bethany Bump Updated 3:48 pm EDT, Friday, June 16, 2017
The possibility of jail time for Ariel Agudio and Asha Burwell loomed large. The former University at Albany students who were convicted of falsely reporting a hate crime on a CDTA bus last year avoided jail time Friday, and instead received a sentence of probation, community service and a fine.
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