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Hate Crime Hoax Spree Continues, This Time Hitting A Small College – The Daily Caller

A small college in Minnesota was shutdown by protests earlier this month due to concerns about a racist note found on a students car. St. Olaf College announced Wednesday that the note was a hoax perpetrated by a student seeking to draw attention to concerns about the campus climate.

This is the second high-profile hate crime this month that has been discovered to be a false flag. Last week, a church organist in Indiana was arrested for spray painting his own church in an attempt to mobilize a movement.

The hoax at St. Olaf College did indeed start a movement as a protest cancelled classes on May 1. Two days prior, a student said she found a letter on her car that read: I am so glad that you are leaving soon. One less nigger that this school has to deal with. You have spoken up too much. You will change nothing. Shut up or I will shut you up.

This lead to days of demonstrations with students chanting: This ends now. Local police ended up investigating who was behind the note and two other racist ones reportedly found.

Were confident that there is no ongoing threat from this incident to individuals or the community as a whole, St. Olaf College president David Anderson said in a school-wide message. In another email he added, The reason I said in my earlier note that this was not a genuine threat is that we learned from the authors confession that the note was fabricated. It was apparently a strategy to draw attention to concerns about the campus climate.

The Minneapolis Star Tribune reported that Samantha Wells, the black student who found the note, wrote on social media, I will be saying it was a hoax. I dont care. There is nothing more that I can do.

Wells told police last week that she doesnt want to file a report and didnt show law enforcement the note as she took [it] outside and had a ceremonial burning to destroy it.

The Daily Caller has done extensive reporting on the recent surge in fake hate crimes.

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Washington Post story on ‘Heil Trump’ hate crime hoax updated, but piece still cites another hoax – Twitchy

Last November, just daysafter the election, the Washington Post published in its Acts of Faith sectionthe inspiring story of St. Davids Episcopal Church in Indiana.The church building had been vandalized, but leaders decided not to remove a swastika and the words Heil Trump and Fag Church that had been spray-painted on the building.

Weve decided to leave them up as symbols of hope, the Rev. Kelsey Hutto said, explaining that the church was proud for being targeted as inclusive welcoming and would remain a safe space from hate.

Its no secret that the atmosphere of hatred has kind of permeated the nation right now, Hutto added. And I wanted to make it clear to my congregation that just because that has happened doesnt change who we are as Christians.

Hutto said she learned about the graffiti from the church organist, which, in retrospect, isnt a surprise at all, considering that organist George Nathaniel Stang, 26, was arrested last Wednesday and charged with institutional criminal mischief.

Stang stated that he wanted to mobilize a movement after being disappointed in and fearful of the outcome of the national election, said a release from the Brown County Prosecutors Office.

Its there now. The Daily Callers Jim Treacher pointed out last Friday that not only hadntthe Washington Posts piece on the vandalism been updated the original piece also cited another incident in the wake of Trumps Election Day win that hassince been debunked.

The story also makes reference to an incident at the University of Michigan where a student was approached by a stranger who threatened to set her on fire if she didnt remove her hijab, according to campus police. Police determined last December that the story had been made up.

The Washington Post on Monday added an editors note to the piece acknowledgingStangs arrest:

Update May 8, 2017: The Brown County Prosecutors Office charged George Nathaniel Stang with institutional criminal mischief, following a lengthy investigation. Stang, 26, was the organist at St. Davids Episcopal Church, according to a news release. Stang stated that he wanted to mobilize a movement after being disappointed in and fearful of the outcome of the national election, the release stated.

However, despite thatupdate, theres no mention that the University of Michigan story cited in the piece was debunked months ago. Admittedly, keepingtrack of all of the hate crime hoaxes since November is a bigger job than many suspected.

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Gay Church Organist Busted in Trump Hate Crime Hoax – PJ Media

A few days after the election of Donald Trump,a church community in Indiana was shocked to find that someone had spray-painted ugly and un-Christian things on their church.

St. Davids Episcopal Church in Bean Blossom, Ind., was vandalized withNazi slogans, anti-gay slurs, and Donald Trump graffiti on November 12, 2016 — but it wasn’t from a hateful Trump supporter.

After a six-month investigation, the Brown County prosecuting attorneys office determined that it was the congregations own organista Hillary Clinton supporter and gay activistwho did the deed. The culprit,26-year-old George Nathaniel Stang of Bloomington, is also the person whofirst reported the vandalism to police last November.

But during their inquiries police quickly came to feel that the vandalism was done by someone familiar with the church and began looking at the crime as an inside job. After an investigation, police arrested Stang.

The church organist allegedly admitted to the crime telling police he did it because he wanted to mobilize a movement after being disappointed in and fearful of the outcome of the national election.

In a three-page confession entered into court documents, Stand reportedly said he was trying to spark his congregation into activism.

I suppose I wanted to give local people a reason to fight for good, even if it was a false flag, he wrote according to court records. To be clear my actions were not motivated by hate for the church or its congregation. I, of course, realize now, this was NOT the way to go about inspiring activism.

The Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis released a statement about the revelations calling Stangs actions profoundly misguided.

Stang is facing up to a year in jail if convicted, and a fine of up to $5,000.

WTHR Channel 13got some shocked reactions from Bean Blossom residents.

“Oh my, the organist, the organist. Wow. Wow.” said Mary Ayers.

Ron Smith, another resident, shook his head.

“Is there any rhyme or reason or sanity in any of this action?” a reporterasked.

“I don’t think,” Smith answered.

This fake hate crime is just the latest ina long list of fake hate crimes that have occurred since the election of Donald Trump. Hundreds of hate crimes were “reported” and recorded by the Southern Poverty Law Center in the wake of the 2016 election, but most were either unverified or proven to be hoaxes.

The Rev. Kelsey Hutto, Priest-in-Chargeat St. David’s Episcopal Church, was quick to point fingers last November,saying that”the atmosphere in the country” had changed since the election of Donald Trump.

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Another Hate Crime Hoax: Church Organist Admits He Vandalized … – Breitbart News

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After St. Davids Episcopal Church in Bean Blossom, Indiana, was vandalized, many suspected they were targeted by KKK members or a Nazi group. Members of the church urged police to investigate the incident as a hate crime, WTHR Channel 13 reported.

But after an investigation, the Brown County prosecuting attorneys office shocked the congregation by charging the churchs own organist, 26-year-old George Nathaniel Stang of Bloomington.

It was Stang who first reported the vandalism to police last November only days after last years presidential election.

It was immediately thought to be a hate crime because the small Episcopal Church is a progressive congregation that welcomes gays. The graffiti spray painted on the church walls read Heil Trump and Fag Church.

But during their inquiries police quickly came to feel that the vandalism was done by someone familiar with the church and began looking at the crime as an inside job. After an investigation, police arrested Stang.

The church organist allegedly admitted to the crime telling police he did it because he wanted to mobilize a movement after being disappointed in and fearful of the outcome of the national election.

In a three-page confession entered into court documents, Stand reportedly said he was trying to spark his congregation into activism.

I suppose I wanted to give local people a reason to fight for good, even if it was a false flag, he wrote according to court records. To be clear my actions were not motivated by hate for the church or its congregation. I, of course, realize now, this was NOT the way to go about inspiring activism.

The Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis released a statement about the revelations calling Stangs actions profoundly misguided.

I was saddened to learn this morning that the vandalism of St. Davids Church in Bean Blossom was committed by the churchs organist, Nathan Stang, who has admitted to police that he spray painted hateful graffiti on the church last November in the wake of the presidential election. This was a hurtful, dishonest, and profoundly misguided action that stands against the values of the people of this diocese and the Episcopal Church, and we will continue to cooperate with the authorities who are pursuing this case.

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TV’s Rising Fake News Star – Yankton Daily Press

Hes the new Al Sharpton on steroids — and hes coming to a TV near you.

Benjamin Crump, camera-lovin lawyer for the families of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, rocketed to fame perpetuating the Hands up, dont shoot lie.

Never mind that even the left-wing Obama Justice Department concluded that the 22 witnesses who manufactured the Black Lives Matter-promoted narrative were unreliable, inconsistent, self-contradictory, unsupported by a shred of forensic evidence or outright lying.

In Crump World, anti-police ideology trumps facts. Social justice trumps actual justice. And lying about crime pays. Big time. Crump is going Hollywood.

Next week, the Florida-based legal celebrity will debut as one of six featured attorneys participating in show trials on the new Fox reality series, You the Jury. Crump is also serving as host and executive producer of a six-hour miniseries on the A&E Network titled Who Killed Tupac? And busy Benjamin is hosting Evidence of Innocence, a documentary series that will profile the unbelievable true stories of individuals who were convicted of crimes they didnt commit.

The series will air on TV One. Originally co-owned by Comcast and now controlled by Radio One (a minority-owned company that syndicates racial rabble-rouser, cop-basher and hate crime hoax godfather Al Sharpton), the station claims to reach 57 million households.

This is the same social justice TV network whose liberal anchor Roland Martin fed Democratic debate questions last year to disgraced former CNN contributor Donna Brazile, who finally admitted last week that she leaked the information to Hillary Clintons campaign. CNN president Jeff Zucker declared after an internal investigation that the network would not partner ever again with TV One.

But not to worry. TV One was happy to partner with Sharptons National Action Network to co-sponsor an awards show last fall that bestowed a special civil rights honor on Crump for historic and transformative service.

Transformative service? Try manipulating reality for political gain. While the network has cast Crump as a champion of the falsely convicted, both are responsible for spreading falsehoods and inciting hatred against a former Oklahoma City police officer whose case is one of the worst miscarriages of justice Ive ever encountered.

Last fall, TV Ones true-crime hit, Justice By Any Means, reenacted the story of former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw with blowhard commentary from pundits who had no clue about the actual evidence in the case. Legal analyst Tanya Miller, for example, put words in Holtzclaws mouth that appear nowhere in the court record, trial transcripts, police reports or interviews.

As Ive been reporting over the past year, Holtzclaw was arrested, charged and convicted on numerous alleged sexual assaults in summer 2014, during the racially inflamed, anti-cop riots in Ferguson and Baltimore. A circus mob of militant Black Lives Matter protesters gathered at the courthouse, chanting, Give him life! during proceedings and drowning out testimony as they demonstrated inside and outside on the streets. Agitators took photos of jurors in defiance of the steamrolled judges orders. Riot threats hung over jury deliberations.

Crump now represents nine accusers (all black women from the gritty northeast OKC neighborhood Holtzclaw patrolled) who are plaintiffs in high-dollar state and federal civil rights lawsuits. Those clients include a convicted felon who preposterously described Holtzclaw as a short, black man when hes 61, half-Japanese and pale and a convicted felon who denied seven times she had been the victim of any inappropriate police conduct — until a sex-crimes detective informed her about the Holtzclaw investigation and she changed her story to claim that he had forced her to expose her breasts.

Crump also represents the troubled young prostitute and drug user with a violent criminal record who called Holtzclaw a hot cop before accusing him of rape — months after Jannie Ligons charges were publicized and Holtzclaws name and face widely disseminated. The teens mom had filed a missing persons report and assault and battery complaint against her daughter on the day Holtzclaw encountered her and searched her purse. The Oklahoma City police departments crime lab identified a minute amount of what it characterized as epithelial cell DNA from this accuser on Holtzclaws uniform pants — the lone piece of indirect forensic evidence found out of 17 alleged crime scenes, which became the prosecutions inaccurately portrayed smoking gun in the case.

Crump falsely claimed on TV One that the crime lab found DNA evidence inside her panties and vaginal DNA material on the inside of (Holtzclaws) trousers that matched the DNA of the 17-year-old. But the crime lab expert admitted on the stand that she had not tested any items for vaginal fluid, observed no suspicious stains and acknowledged the possibility of innocent DNA touch transfer. More facts: The girls underwear was never obtained as evidence ,and skin cell DNA from several unknown individuals including at least one unknown male was found on Daniel Holtzclaws pants.

Ive reached out to Crump to explain his egregious falsehoods and omissions. But the fake news rising star may be far too busy to bother with facts that undermine the lucrative social justice racket. Damn the truth. Its showtime!

Michelle Malkin is host of Michelle Malkin Investigates on CRTV.com. Her email address is writemalkin@gmail.com.To find out more about Michelle Malkin and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate webpage at www.creators.com.

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Malkin: Rising fake news star is at it again – Amarillo.com

Hes the new Al Sharpton on steroids – and hes coming to a TV near you.

Benjamin Crump, camera-lovin lawyer for the families of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, rocketed to fame perpetuating the Hands up, dont shoot lie.

Never mind that even the left-wing Obama Justice Department concluded that the 22 witnesses who manufactured the Black Lives Matter-promoted narrative were unreliable, inconsistent, self-contradictory, unsupported by a shred of forensic evidence, or outright lying.

In Crump World, anti-police ideology trumps facts. Social justice trumps actual justice. And lying about crime pays. Big time. Crump is going Hollywood.

Next week, the Florida-based legal celebrity will debut as one of six featured attorneys participating in show trials on the new Fox reality series, You the Jury. Crump is also serving as host and executive producer of a six-hour miniseries on the A&E Network titled Who Killed Tupac? And busy Benjamin is hosting Evidence of Innocence, a documentary series that will profile the unbelievable true stories of individuals who were convicted of crimes they didnt commit.

The series will air on TV One. Originally co-owned by Comcast and now controlled by Radio One (a minority-owned company that syndicates racial rabble-rouser, cop-basher and hate crime hoax godfather Al Sharpton), the station claims to reach 57 million households.

This is the same social justice TV network whose liberal anchor Roland Martin fed Democratic debate questions last year to disgraced former CNN contributor Donna Brazile, who finally admitted last week that she leaked the information to Hillary Clintons campaign. CNN president Jeff Zucker declared after an internal investigation that the network would not partner ever again with TV One.

But not to worry. TV One was happy to partner with Sharptons National Action Network to co-sponsor an awards show last fall that bestowed a special civil rights honor on Crump for historic and transformative service.

Transformative service? Try manipulating reality for political gain. While the network has cast Crump as a champion of the falsely convicted, both are responsible for spreading falsehoods and inciting hatred against a former Oklahoma City police officer whose case is one of the worst miscarriages of justice Ive ever encountered.

Last fall, TV Ones true-crime hit, Justice By Any Means, reenacted the story of former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw with blowhard commentary from pundits who had no clue about the actual evidence in the case. Legal analyst Tanya Miller, for example, put words in Holtzclaws mouth that appear nowhere in the court record, trial transcripts, police reports or interviews.

As Ive been reporting over the past year, Holtzclaw was arrested, charged and convicted on numerous alleged sexual assaults in summer 2014, during the racially inflamed, anti-cop riots in Ferguson and Baltimore. A circus mob of militant Black Lives Matter protesters gathered at the courthouse, chanting, Give him life! during proceedings and drowning out testimony as they demonstrated inside and outside on the streets. Agitators took photos of jurors in defiance of the steamrolled judges orders. Riot threats hung over jury deliberations.

Crump now represents nine accusers (all black women from the gritty northeast OKC neighborhood Holtzclaw patrolled) who are plaintiffs in high-dollar state and federal civil rights lawsuits. Those clients include a convicted felon who preposterously described Holtzclaw as a short, black man when hes 61, half-Japanese, and pale and a convicted felon who denied seven times she had been the victim of any inappropriate police conduct – until a sex-crimes detective informed her about the Holtzclaw investigation and she changed her story to claim that he had forced her to expose her breasts.

Crump also represents the troubled young prostitute and drug user with a violent criminal record who called Holtzclaw a hot cop before accusing him of rape – months after Jannie Ligons charges were publicized and Holtzclaws name and face widely disseminated. The teens mom had filed a missing persons report and assault and battery complaint against her daughter on the day Holtzclaw encountered her and searched her purse. The Oklahoma City police departments crime lab identified a minute amount of what it characterized as epithelial cell DNA from this accuser on Holtzclaws uniform pants – the lone piece of indirect forensic evidence found out of 17 alleged crime scenes, which became the prosecutions inaccurately portrayed smoking gun in the case.

Crump falsely claimed on TV One that the crime lab found DNA evidence inside her panties and vaginal DNA material on the inside of (Holtzclaws) trousers that matched the DNA of the 17-year-old. But the crime lab expert admitted on the stand that she had not tested any items for vaginal fluid, observed no suspicious stains, and acknowledged the possibility of innocent DNA touch transfer. More facts: The girls underwear was never obtained as evidence and skin cell DNA from several unknown individuals – including at least one unknown male – was found on Daniel Holtzclaws pants.

Ive reached out to Crump to explain his egregious falsehoods and omissions. But the fake news rising star may be far too busy to bother with facts that undermine the lucrative social justice racket. Damn the truth. Its showtime!

Michelle Malkin is host of Michelle Malkin Investigates on CRTV.com. Her email address is writemalkin@gmail.com.

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Reports: Israeli-American Teen Arrested for Antisemitic Hate Crime Hoax Spree – Breitbart News

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Other reports indicate that the suspect is Jewish.

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The arrest waspart of an ongoing international investigation that has been taking place for several months with other police and security agencies in America and Europe, Arutz Sheva reports.

Israeli police spokesman Mickey Rosenfeld said the suspect was the guy who was behind the [Jewish Community Center]threats, according to CBS News New York affiliate. The threats were also made in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand, as well as the U.S.

The suspect allegedly used technology in an attempt to hide his location. No motive for the hoax threats has yet been reported. TheJerusalem Post reports that the suspect is thought to be responsible for most of the threats.

The threats,causing panic atJewish schools, synagogues, and community centers, were often blamed by Democrats and the some journalistson supporters of President Donald Trump.

When the president suggested that some of the antisemitic hate crimes could be hoaxes, the Huffington Post claimed he was echoing white nationalists and far-right conspiracy theorists. (Later, and in a subsequent address to Congress, President Trump explicitly condemned the wave of antisemitic threats.)

However, the arrests thus far suggest that most of the threats were indeed hoaxes. Earlier this month, another man was arrested for false threats against at least eight Jewish community centers. The suspect was a left-wing former journalist, who allegedly used the threats as part of a campaign of revenge against a former girlfriend.

One arrest last month concerned a suspect who allegedly vandalized Chicagos Loop Synagogue and was apparently caught on surveillance video camera. The man, alreadyfacing a March trial onunrelatedcharges, was charged with a hate crime.

In December, a synagogue was vandalized with feces in Santa Monica, California. No arrest has yet been made in that case.

Almost all of the other hate crimes in recent weeks and months have been false bomb threats. Now, Israeli police believe they have identified the person responsible for most of those threats, which sparked panic worldwide.

Israeli minister of public security, Gilad Erdan, was quoted by ABC News as congratulating the Israeli police in solving the crime: I congratulate the Israeli Police on leading a complex international investigation, together with law enforcement agencies from around the world, which led to the arrest of the suspect. We hope that this investigation will help shed light on some of the recent threats against Jewish institutions, which have caused great concern both among Jewish communities and the Israeli government.

Joel B. Pollak is Senior Editor-at-Large at Breitbart News. He was named one of the most influential people in news media in 2016. His new book,How Trump Won: The Inside Story of a Revolution, is available from Regnery. Follow him on Twitter at @joelpollak.

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White Nationalists And ‘Alt-Right’ Celebrate Arrest Of Jew For Bomb Threats – Forward

White nationalists felt vindicated Thursday morning when it was revealed that a Jew was the main suspect in more than 100 bomb threats made to Jewish community centers.

The development encouraged those who felt that President Trump was unfairly charged with emboldening anti-Semites and other bigots and it also played neatly into the anti-Semitic depiction of Jews as duplicitous and controlling.

David Duke (yeah, thats me) was right, again! former Ku Klux Klan head and Louisianan politician David Duke wrote. A sort of elder statesman in white nationalist or supremacist circles, Duke had previously promoted the idea that Jews were behind the threats.

President Trump was blamed for a wave of anti-Semitism, Hunter Wallace wrote on the website Altright.com. Instead, Wallace wrote, it was a 19-year-old Jew making crank calls in Israel.

Wallace complained that Trump had been unfairly forced to address the threats. The media attention on the bomb threats, for Wallace, was just another example of how Jewish privilege operates in the mainstream.

Told you the Jewish Community Center bomb threats were false flags, wrote Mike Cernovich, a right-wing author with an on-and-off relationship with the alt-right.

Less prominent voices in the alt-right Twitter orbit also weighed in.

This is what an anti-white hate hoax feels like, a Twitter user known as @famesblond wrote.

Almost every time its another Jew or minority who perpetrates the hate crime hoax. Treat them like hoaxes first, @phloob wrote.

I havent been wrong when I said that EVERY anti-semitic hate hoax has been perpetrated by Jews, @KafirSupreme wrote, adding the hashtag #hatehoax.

What a surprise, another Jew false-flag, @OhBoyWeGotOne wrote.

Others shared a popular meme of a hook-nosed Jew spray-painting a swastika on the side of a building. The meme is often accompanied with the text, Hey rabbi Whatcha doing? It is taken to suggest that most acts of anti-Semitism are hoaxes manipulated by Jews.

By midmorning Duke began naming journalists and news outlets he believed owed him an apology, using the triple parenthesis known as the echo to indicate perceived Jewish influence.

Im expecting a phone call & an apology from all of you (((VERY FAKE NEWS))), anti-White, Jewish journalist who blamed this on White people, Duke wrote.

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Charges filed against hate crime hoax suspect, previous false police report revealed – Beloit College Round Table

Michael Tyler Kee,who was arrested for allegedly spray painting Islamophobic graffiti on their own door at Beloit College and claiming they were the victim of a hate crime, has been officially charged with three misdemeanor offenses. The official criminal complaint also highlighted a previous false police report filed by Kee two years ago.

According to documents obtained by The Round Table, Kee faces charges of criminal damage to property, disorderly conduct and obstructing an officer. Disorderly conduct is a Class B misdemeanor and, if convicted, Kee could face a fine of up to $1,000, a maximum of 90 days in jail or both. Criminal damage to property and obstructing an officer are both Class A misdemeanor. Each charge carries the potential penalty of a $10,000 fine, up to nine months in jail or both.

Kee is slated to appear in court on March 22.

The criminal complaint states that Kee admitted to detectives that they placed the swastika and the derogatory term on [their] door because the Jewish students were getting all the attention, making reference to another hate incident that occurred at Beloit College prior to the alleged hoax. The complaint goes on to say that Kee informed a detective that minority groups at Beloit Collegevie to be seen as the most oppressed. Kee is quoted as having referred to this as the oppression olympics.

The report states that Kee also told police that faculty at Beloit College and Jewish students at the college would say that the other oppressed groups arent important because the Jews have the Holocaust.

Kee went on to say they believed that by placing the graffiti onto the wall and the door, it would unify the Beloit College community. Kee stated that [they] also knew that there would be a very strong response and a positive turnout. Kee stated that [they] placed the graffiti on [their] own door because [they] didnt think anyone would think of [them] doing such a thing to [their] own door and did not think [they would be caught].

The complaint states that Kee apologized to the police and said that they were sorry for [their] own stupidity.

When Kee was driven back to the Beloit College campus, the complaint states that Kee told thedetectives that the statements from their interview were fabricated because the police didnt believe [Kees] true story. Kee added that they felt they were not believed because of the prejudice surrounding Muslims.

The complaint also revealed that Kee falsely reported an incident to the Janesville Police Department in August 2015.

According to an additional set of documents obtained byThe Round Table, Kee alleged in August 2015, shortly after beginning their time at Beloit College, that they had been kidnapped by a black male. The 911 operator reported topolice that the victim claimed to have been walking near Beloit College before being taken by an unknown assailant before being dropped off at a gas station in Janesville, Wis.

Bruce Heine, the Director of Security at Beloit College, confirmed that the college had been notified of Kees kidnapping claim when it happened in 2015. Heine said,When we contacted the 911 center, they told us that the police had made contact with the person and they were not in any danger.

Responding officers reported that as Kee provided their statement, the officers became suspicious and asked Kee for their cell phone. An examination of the phone revealed that Kee had texted another person after meeting through an app, offered to pay for gas in exchange for a ride and went to hang out with that individual.

When confronted by the officers, Kee confirmed that the messages were the truth and that Kee had arranged to be picked up to go to a party with the individual from the text messages. When Kee became uncomfortable at the party, they asked the other individual to take them home. According to Kee, that individual eventually dropped Kee off at the gas station.

However, the police reported that a trace of the phone number for the other individual yielded no information and there was no answer when the number was called. The police officially deemed Kees report to be false.

Thepolice officers added that they advised Kee on filing false police reports and the consequences in the future.

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Hate Crime Hoax Spree Continues, This Time Hitting A Small College – The Daily Caller

A small college in Minnesota was shutdown by protests earlier this month due to concerns about a racist note found on a students car. St. Olaf College announced Wednesday that the note was a hoax perpetrated by a student seeking to draw attention to concerns about the campus climate. This is the second high-profile hate crime this month that has been discovered to be a false flag. Last week, a church organist in Indiana was arrested for spray painting his own church in an attempt to mobilize a movement. The hoax at St. Olaf College did indeed start a movement as a protest cancelled classes on May 1. Two days prior, a student said she found a letter on her car that read: I am so glad that you are leaving soon. One less nigger that this school has to deal with. You have spoken up too much. You will change nothing. Shut up or I will shut you up. This lead to days of demonstrations with students chanting: This ends now. Local police ended up investigating who was behind the note and two other racist ones reportedly found. Were confident that there is no ongoing threat from this incident to individuals or the community as a whole, St. Olaf College president David Anderson said in a school-wide message. In another email he added, The reason I said in my earlier note that this was not a genuine threat is that we learned from the authors confession that the note was fabricated. It was apparently a strategy to draw attention to concerns about the campus climate. The Minneapolis Star Tribune reported that Samantha Wells, the black student who found the note, wrote on social media, I will be saying it was a hoax. I dont care. There is nothing more that I can do. Wells told police last week that she doesnt want to file a report and didnt show law enforcement the note as she took [it] outside and had a ceremonial burning to destroy it. The Daily Caller has done extensive reporting on the recent surge in fake hate crimes. Read more: Police: Indiana State Professor Fabricated Anti-Muslim Hate Crimes 2016: The Year Of The Hoax Hate Crime STUNNER: Allegedly Muslim Student Faked Vile Hate Crime To Get People To Pay Attention To Him College Student Pleads Guilty To Slashing Her Own Face, Making Up Post-Election Hate Crime

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Washington Post story on ‘Heil Trump’ hate crime hoax updated, but piece still cites another hoax – Twitchy

Last November, just daysafter the election, the Washington Post published in its Acts of Faith sectionthe inspiring story of St. Davids Episcopal Church in Indiana.The church building had been vandalized, but leaders decided not to remove a swastika and the words Heil Trump and Fag Church that had been spray-painted on the building. Weve decided to leave them up as symbols of hope, the Rev. Kelsey Hutto said, explaining that the church was proud for being targeted as inclusive welcoming and would remain a safe space from hate. Its no secret that the atmosphere of hatred has kind of permeated the nation right now, Hutto added. And I wanted to make it clear to my congregation that just because that has happened doesnt change who we are as Christians. Hutto said she learned about the graffiti from the church organist, which, in retrospect, isnt a surprise at all, considering that organist George Nathaniel Stang, 26, was arrested last Wednesday and charged with institutional criminal mischief. Stang stated that he wanted to mobilize a movement after being disappointed in and fearful of the outcome of the national election, said a release from the Brown County Prosecutors Office. Its there now. The Daily Callers Jim Treacher pointed out last Friday that not only hadntthe Washington Posts piece on the vandalism been updated the original piece also cited another incident in the wake of Trumps Election Day win that hassince been debunked. The story also makes reference to an incident at the University of Michigan where a student was approached by a stranger who threatened to set her on fire if she didnt remove her hijab, according to campus police. Police determined last December that the story had been made up. The Washington Post on Monday added an editors note to the piece acknowledgingStangs arrest: Update May 8, 2017: The Brown County Prosecutors Office charged George Nathaniel Stang with institutional criminal mischief, following a lengthy investigation. Stang, 26, was the organist at St. Davids Episcopal Church, according to a news release. Stang stated that he wanted to mobilize a movement after being disappointed in and fearful of the outcome of the national election, the release stated. However, despite thatupdate, theres no mention that the University of Michigan story cited in the piece was debunked months ago. Admittedly, keepingtrack of all of the hate crime hoaxes since November is a bigger job than many suspected. * * * Related:

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Gay Church Organist Busted in Trump Hate Crime Hoax – PJ Media

A few days after the election of Donald Trump,a church community in Indiana was shocked to find that someone had spray-painted ugly and un-Christian things on their church. St. Davids Episcopal Church in Bean Blossom, Ind., was vandalized withNazi slogans, anti-gay slurs, and Donald Trump graffiti on November 12, 2016 — but it wasn’t from a hateful Trump supporter. After a six-month investigation, the Brown County prosecuting attorneys office determined that it was the congregations own organista Hillary Clinton supporter and gay activistwho did the deed. The culprit,26-year-old George Nathaniel Stang of Bloomington, is also the person whofirst reported the vandalism to police last November. But during their inquiries police quickly came to feel that the vandalism was done by someone familiar with the church and began looking at the crime as an inside job. After an investigation, police arrested Stang. The church organist allegedly admitted to the crime telling police he did it because he wanted to mobilize a movement after being disappointed in and fearful of the outcome of the national election. In a three-page confession entered into court documents, Stand reportedly said he was trying to spark his congregation into activism. I suppose I wanted to give local people a reason to fight for good, even if it was a false flag, he wrote according to court records. To be clear my actions were not motivated by hate for the church or its congregation. I, of course, realize now, this was NOT the way to go about inspiring activism. The Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis released a statement about the revelations calling Stangs actions profoundly misguided. Stang is facing up to a year in jail if convicted, and a fine of up to $5,000. WTHR Channel 13got some shocked reactions from Bean Blossom residents. “Oh my, the organist, the organist. Wow. Wow.” said Mary Ayers. Ron Smith, another resident, shook his head. “Is there any rhyme or reason or sanity in any of this action?” a reporterasked. “I don’t think,” Smith answered. This fake hate crime is just the latest ina long list of fake hate crimes that have occurred since the election of Donald Trump. Hundreds of hate crimes were “reported” and recorded by the Southern Poverty Law Center in the wake of the 2016 election, but most were either unverified or proven to be hoaxes. The Rev. Kelsey Hutto, Priest-in-Chargeat St. David’s Episcopal Church, was quick to point fingers last November,saying that”the atmosphere in the country” had changed since the election of Donald Trump.

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Another Hate Crime Hoax: Church Organist Admits He Vandalized … – Breitbart News

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER After St. Davids Episcopal Church in Bean Blossom, Indiana, was vandalized, many suspected they were targeted by KKK members or a Nazi group. Members of the church urged police to investigate the incident as a hate crime, WTHR Channel 13 reported. But after an investigation, the Brown County prosecuting attorneys office shocked the congregation by charging the churchs own organist, 26-year-old George Nathaniel Stang of Bloomington. It was Stang who first reported the vandalism to police last November only days after last years presidential election. It was immediately thought to be a hate crime because the small Episcopal Church is a progressive congregation that welcomes gays. The graffiti spray painted on the church walls read Heil Trump and Fag Church. But during their inquiries police quickly came to feel that the vandalism was done by someone familiar with the church and began looking at the crime as an inside job. After an investigation, police arrested Stang. The church organist allegedly admitted to the crime telling police he did it because he wanted to mobilize a movement after being disappointed in and fearful of the outcome of the national election. In a three-page confession entered into court documents, Stand reportedly said he was trying to spark his congregation into activism. I suppose I wanted to give local people a reason to fight for good, even if it was a false flag, he wrote according to court records. To be clear my actions were not motivated by hate for the church or its congregation. I, of course, realize now, this was NOT the way to go about inspiring activism. The Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis released a statement about the revelations calling Stangs actions profoundly misguided. I was saddened to learn this morning that the vandalism of St. Davids Church in Bean Blossom was committed by the churchs organist, Nathan Stang, who has admitted to police that he spray painted hateful graffiti on the church last November in the wake of the presidential election. This was a hurtful, dishonest, and profoundly misguided action that stands against the values of the people of this diocese and the Episcopal Church, and we will continue to cooperate with the authorities who are pursuing this case. Follow Warner Todd Huston on Twitter @warnerthuston or email the author at igcolonel@hotmail.com.

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TV’s Rising Fake News Star – Yankton Daily Press

Hes the new Al Sharpton on steroids — and hes coming to a TV near you. Benjamin Crump, camera-lovin lawyer for the families of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, rocketed to fame perpetuating the Hands up, dont shoot lie. Never mind that even the left-wing Obama Justice Department concluded that the 22 witnesses who manufactured the Black Lives Matter-promoted narrative were unreliable, inconsistent, self-contradictory, unsupported by a shred of forensic evidence or outright lying. In Crump World, anti-police ideology trumps facts. Social justice trumps actual justice. And lying about crime pays. Big time. Crump is going Hollywood. Next week, the Florida-based legal celebrity will debut as one of six featured attorneys participating in show trials on the new Fox reality series, You the Jury. Crump is also serving as host and executive producer of a six-hour miniseries on the A&E Network titled Who Killed Tupac? And busy Benjamin is hosting Evidence of Innocence, a documentary series that will profile the unbelievable true stories of individuals who were convicted of crimes they didnt commit. The series will air on TV One. Originally co-owned by Comcast and now controlled by Radio One (a minority-owned company that syndicates racial rabble-rouser, cop-basher and hate crime hoax godfather Al Sharpton), the station claims to reach 57 million households. This is the same social justice TV network whose liberal anchor Roland Martin fed Democratic debate questions last year to disgraced former CNN contributor Donna Brazile, who finally admitted last week that she leaked the information to Hillary Clintons campaign. CNN president Jeff Zucker declared after an internal investigation that the network would not partner ever again with TV One. But not to worry. TV One was happy to partner with Sharptons National Action Network to co-sponsor an awards show last fall that bestowed a special civil rights honor on Crump for historic and transformative service. Transformative service? Try manipulating reality for political gain. While the network has cast Crump as a champion of the falsely convicted, both are responsible for spreading falsehoods and inciting hatred against a former Oklahoma City police officer whose case is one of the worst miscarriages of justice Ive ever encountered. Last fall, TV Ones true-crime hit, Justice By Any Means, reenacted the story of former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw with blowhard commentary from pundits who had no clue about the actual evidence in the case. Legal analyst Tanya Miller, for example, put words in Holtzclaws mouth that appear nowhere in the court record, trial transcripts, police reports or interviews. As Ive been reporting over the past year, Holtzclaw was arrested, charged and convicted on numerous alleged sexual assaults in summer 2014, during the racially inflamed, anti-cop riots in Ferguson and Baltimore. A circus mob of militant Black Lives Matter protesters gathered at the courthouse, chanting, Give him life! during proceedings and drowning out testimony as they demonstrated inside and outside on the streets. Agitators took photos of jurors in defiance of the steamrolled judges orders. Riot threats hung over jury deliberations. Crump now represents nine accusers (all black women from the gritty northeast OKC neighborhood Holtzclaw patrolled) who are plaintiffs in high-dollar state and federal civil rights lawsuits. Those clients include a convicted felon who preposterously described Holtzclaw as a short, black man when hes 61, half-Japanese and pale and a convicted felon who denied seven times she had been the victim of any inappropriate police conduct — until a sex-crimes detective informed her about the Holtzclaw investigation and she changed her story to claim that he had forced her to expose her breasts. Crump also represents the troubled young prostitute and drug user with a violent criminal record who called Holtzclaw a hot cop before accusing him of rape — months after Jannie Ligons charges were publicized and Holtzclaws name and face widely disseminated. The teens mom had filed a missing persons report and assault and battery complaint against her daughter on the day Holtzclaw encountered her and searched her purse. The Oklahoma City police departments crime lab identified a minute amount of what it characterized as epithelial cell DNA from this accuser on Holtzclaws uniform pants — the lone piece of indirect forensic evidence found out of 17 alleged crime scenes, which became the prosecutions inaccurately portrayed smoking gun in the case. Crump falsely claimed on TV One that the crime lab found DNA evidence inside her panties and vaginal DNA material on the inside of (Holtzclaws) trousers that matched the DNA of the 17-year-old. But the crime lab expert admitted on the stand that she had not tested any items for vaginal fluid, observed no suspicious stains and acknowledged the possibility of innocent DNA touch transfer. More facts: The girls underwear was never obtained as evidence ,and skin cell DNA from several unknown individuals including at least one unknown male was found on Daniel Holtzclaws pants. Ive reached out to Crump to explain his egregious falsehoods and omissions. But the fake news rising star may be far too busy to bother with facts that undermine the lucrative social justice racket. Damn the truth. Its showtime! Michelle Malkin is host of Michelle Malkin Investigates on CRTV.com. Her email address is writemalkin@gmail.com.To find out more about Michelle Malkin and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate webpage at www.creators.com.

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Malkin: Rising fake news star is at it again – Amarillo.com

Hes the new Al Sharpton on steroids – and hes coming to a TV near you. Benjamin Crump, camera-lovin lawyer for the families of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, rocketed to fame perpetuating the Hands up, dont shoot lie. Never mind that even the left-wing Obama Justice Department concluded that the 22 witnesses who manufactured the Black Lives Matter-promoted narrative were unreliable, inconsistent, self-contradictory, unsupported by a shred of forensic evidence, or outright lying. In Crump World, anti-police ideology trumps facts. Social justice trumps actual justice. And lying about crime pays. Big time. Crump is going Hollywood. Next week, the Florida-based legal celebrity will debut as one of six featured attorneys participating in show trials on the new Fox reality series, You the Jury. Crump is also serving as host and executive producer of a six-hour miniseries on the A&E Network titled Who Killed Tupac? And busy Benjamin is hosting Evidence of Innocence, a documentary series that will profile the unbelievable true stories of individuals who were convicted of crimes they didnt commit. The series will air on TV One. Originally co-owned by Comcast and now controlled by Radio One (a minority-owned company that syndicates racial rabble-rouser, cop-basher and hate crime hoax godfather Al Sharpton), the station claims to reach 57 million households. This is the same social justice TV network whose liberal anchor Roland Martin fed Democratic debate questions last year to disgraced former CNN contributor Donna Brazile, who finally admitted last week that she leaked the information to Hillary Clintons campaign. CNN president Jeff Zucker declared after an internal investigation that the network would not partner ever again with TV One. But not to worry. TV One was happy to partner with Sharptons National Action Network to co-sponsor an awards show last fall that bestowed a special civil rights honor on Crump for historic and transformative service. Transformative service? Try manipulating reality for political gain. While the network has cast Crump as a champion of the falsely convicted, both are responsible for spreading falsehoods and inciting hatred against a former Oklahoma City police officer whose case is one of the worst miscarriages of justice Ive ever encountered. Last fall, TV Ones true-crime hit, Justice By Any Means, reenacted the story of former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw with blowhard commentary from pundits who had no clue about the actual evidence in the case. Legal analyst Tanya Miller, for example, put words in Holtzclaws mouth that appear nowhere in the court record, trial transcripts, police reports or interviews. As Ive been reporting over the past year, Holtzclaw was arrested, charged and convicted on numerous alleged sexual assaults in summer 2014, during the racially inflamed, anti-cop riots in Ferguson and Baltimore. A circus mob of militant Black Lives Matter protesters gathered at the courthouse, chanting, Give him life! during proceedings and drowning out testimony as they demonstrated inside and outside on the streets. Agitators took photos of jurors in defiance of the steamrolled judges orders. Riot threats hung over jury deliberations. Crump now represents nine accusers (all black women from the gritty northeast OKC neighborhood Holtzclaw patrolled) who are plaintiffs in high-dollar state and federal civil rights lawsuits. Those clients include a convicted felon who preposterously described Holtzclaw as a short, black man when hes 61, half-Japanese, and pale and a convicted felon who denied seven times she had been the victim of any inappropriate police conduct – until a sex-crimes detective informed her about the Holtzclaw investigation and she changed her story to claim that he had forced her to expose her breasts. Crump also represents the troubled young prostitute and drug user with a violent criminal record who called Holtzclaw a hot cop before accusing him of rape – months after Jannie Ligons charges were publicized and Holtzclaws name and face widely disseminated. The teens mom had filed a missing persons report and assault and battery complaint against her daughter on the day Holtzclaw encountered her and searched her purse. The Oklahoma City police departments crime lab identified a minute amount of what it characterized as epithelial cell DNA from this accuser on Holtzclaws uniform pants – the lone piece of indirect forensic evidence found out of 17 alleged crime scenes, which became the prosecutions inaccurately portrayed smoking gun in the case. Crump falsely claimed on TV One that the crime lab found DNA evidence inside her panties and vaginal DNA material on the inside of (Holtzclaws) trousers that matched the DNA of the 17-year-old. But the crime lab expert admitted on the stand that she had not tested any items for vaginal fluid, observed no suspicious stains, and acknowledged the possibility of innocent DNA touch transfer. More facts: The girls underwear was never obtained as evidence and skin cell DNA from several unknown individuals – including at least one unknown male – was found on Daniel Holtzclaws pants. Ive reached out to Crump to explain his egregious falsehoods and omissions. But the fake news rising star may be far too busy to bother with facts that undermine the lucrative social justice racket. Damn the truth. Its showtime! Michelle Malkin is host of Michelle Malkin Investigates on CRTV.com. Her email address is writemalkin@gmail.com.

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Reports: Israeli-American Teen Arrested for Antisemitic Hate Crime Hoax Spree – Breitbart News

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER Other reports indicate that the suspect is Jewish. SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER The arrest waspart of an ongoing international investigation that has been taking place for several months with other police and security agencies in America and Europe, Arutz Sheva reports. Israeli police spokesman Mickey Rosenfeld said the suspect was the guy who was behind the [Jewish Community Center]threats, according to CBS News New York affiliate. The threats were also made in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand, as well as the U.S. The suspect allegedly used technology in an attempt to hide his location. No motive for the hoax threats has yet been reported. TheJerusalem Post reports that the suspect is thought to be responsible for most of the threats. The threats,causing panic atJewish schools, synagogues, and community centers, were often blamed by Democrats and the some journalistson supporters of President Donald Trump. When the president suggested that some of the antisemitic hate crimes could be hoaxes, the Huffington Post claimed he was echoing white nationalists and far-right conspiracy theorists. (Later, and in a subsequent address to Congress, President Trump explicitly condemned the wave of antisemitic threats.) However, the arrests thus far suggest that most of the threats were indeed hoaxes. Earlier this month, another man was arrested for false threats against at least eight Jewish community centers. The suspect was a left-wing former journalist, who allegedly used the threats as part of a campaign of revenge against a former girlfriend. One arrest last month concerned a suspect who allegedly vandalized Chicagos Loop Synagogue and was apparently caught on surveillance video camera. The man, alreadyfacing a March trial onunrelatedcharges, was charged with a hate crime. In December, a synagogue was vandalized with feces in Santa Monica, California. No arrest has yet been made in that case. Almost all of the other hate crimes in recent weeks and months have been false bomb threats. Now, Israeli police believe they have identified the person responsible for most of those threats, which sparked panic worldwide. Israeli minister of public security, Gilad Erdan, was quoted by ABC News as congratulating the Israeli police in solving the crime: I congratulate the Israeli Police on leading a complex international investigation, together with law enforcement agencies from around the world, which led to the arrest of the suspect. We hope that this investigation will help shed light on some of the recent threats against Jewish institutions, which have caused great concern both among Jewish communities and the Israeli government. Joel B. Pollak is Senior Editor-at-Large at Breitbart News. He was named one of the most influential people in news media in 2016. His new book,How Trump Won: The Inside Story of a Revolution, is available from Regnery. Follow him on Twitter at @joelpollak. Photo: file

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White Nationalists And ‘Alt-Right’ Celebrate Arrest Of Jew For Bomb Threats – Forward

White nationalists felt vindicated Thursday morning when it was revealed that a Jew was the main suspect in more than 100 bomb threats made to Jewish community centers. The development encouraged those who felt that President Trump was unfairly charged with emboldening anti-Semites and other bigots and it also played neatly into the anti-Semitic depiction of Jews as duplicitous and controlling. David Duke (yeah, thats me) was right, again! former Ku Klux Klan head and Louisianan politician David Duke wrote. A sort of elder statesman in white nationalist or supremacist circles, Duke had previously promoted the idea that Jews were behind the threats. President Trump was blamed for a wave of anti-Semitism, Hunter Wallace wrote on the website Altright.com. Instead, Wallace wrote, it was a 19-year-old Jew making crank calls in Israel. Wallace complained that Trump had been unfairly forced to address the threats. The media attention on the bomb threats, for Wallace, was just another example of how Jewish privilege operates in the mainstream. Told you the Jewish Community Center bomb threats were false flags, wrote Mike Cernovich, a right-wing author with an on-and-off relationship with the alt-right. Less prominent voices in the alt-right Twitter orbit also weighed in. This is what an anti-white hate hoax feels like, a Twitter user known as @famesblond wrote. Almost every time its another Jew or minority who perpetrates the hate crime hoax. Treat them like hoaxes first, @phloob wrote. I havent been wrong when I said that EVERY anti-semitic hate hoax has been perpetrated by Jews, @KafirSupreme wrote, adding the hashtag #hatehoax. What a surprise, another Jew false-flag, @OhBoyWeGotOne wrote. Others shared a popular meme of a hook-nosed Jew spray-painting a swastika on the side of a building. The meme is often accompanied with the text, Hey rabbi Whatcha doing? It is taken to suggest that most acts of anti-Semitism are hoaxes manipulated by Jews. By midmorning Duke began naming journalists and news outlets he believed owed him an apology, using the triple parenthesis known as the echo to indicate perceived Jewish influence. Im expecting a phone call & an apology from all of you (((VERY FAKE NEWS))), anti-White, Jewish journalist who blamed this on White people, Duke wrote. Contact Sam Kestenbaum at kestenbaum@forward.com or on Twitter, @skestenbaum

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Charges filed against hate crime hoax suspect, previous false police report revealed – Beloit College Round Table

Michael Tyler Kee,who was arrested for allegedly spray painting Islamophobic graffiti on their own door at Beloit College and claiming they were the victim of a hate crime, has been officially charged with three misdemeanor offenses. The official criminal complaint also highlighted a previous false police report filed by Kee two years ago. According to documents obtained by The Round Table, Kee faces charges of criminal damage to property, disorderly conduct and obstructing an officer. Disorderly conduct is a Class B misdemeanor and, if convicted, Kee could face a fine of up to $1,000, a maximum of 90 days in jail or both. Criminal damage to property and obstructing an officer are both Class A misdemeanor. Each charge carries the potential penalty of a $10,000 fine, up to nine months in jail or both. Kee is slated to appear in court on March 22. The criminal complaint states that Kee admitted to detectives that they placed the swastika and the derogatory term on [their] door because the Jewish students were getting all the attention, making reference to another hate incident that occurred at Beloit College prior to the alleged hoax. The complaint goes on to say that Kee informed a detective that minority groups at Beloit Collegevie to be seen as the most oppressed. Kee is quoted as having referred to this as the oppression olympics. The report states that Kee also told police that faculty at Beloit College and Jewish students at the college would say that the other oppressed groups arent important because the Jews have the Holocaust. Kee went on to say they believed that by placing the graffiti onto the wall and the door, it would unify the Beloit College community. Kee stated that [they] also knew that there would be a very strong response and a positive turnout. Kee stated that [they] placed the graffiti on [their] own door because [they] didnt think anyone would think of [them] doing such a thing to [their] own door and did not think [they would be caught]. The complaint states that Kee apologized to the police and said that they were sorry for [their] own stupidity. When Kee was driven back to the Beloit College campus, the complaint states that Kee told thedetectives that the statements from their interview were fabricated because the police didnt believe [Kees] true story. Kee added that they felt they were not believed because of the prejudice surrounding Muslims. The complaint also revealed that Kee falsely reported an incident to the Janesville Police Department in August 2015. According to an additional set of documents obtained byThe Round Table, Kee alleged in August 2015, shortly after beginning their time at Beloit College, that they had been kidnapped by a black male. The 911 operator reported topolice that the victim claimed to have been walking near Beloit College before being taken by an unknown assailant before being dropped off at a gas station in Janesville, Wis. Bruce Heine, the Director of Security at Beloit College, confirmed that the college had been notified of Kees kidnapping claim when it happened in 2015. Heine said,When we contacted the 911 center, they told us that the police had made contact with the person and they were not in any danger. Responding officers reported that as Kee provided their statement, the officers became suspicious and asked Kee for their cell phone. An examination of the phone revealed that Kee had texted another person after meeting through an app, offered to pay for gas in exchange for a ride and went to hang out with that individual. When confronted by the officers, Kee confirmed that the messages were the truth and that Kee had arranged to be picked up to go to a party with the individual from the text messages. When Kee became uncomfortable at the party, they asked the other individual to take them home. According to Kee, that individual eventually dropped Kee off at the gas station. However, the police reported that a trace of the phone number for the other individual yielded no information and there was no answer when the number was called. The police officially deemed Kees report to be false. Thepolice officers added that they advised Kee on filing false police reports and the consequences in the future. Criminal Complaint Rock County Circuit CourtCriminalComplaint False Kidnapping Report Janesville Police Department: JV1544944

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