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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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Another fake ‘hate crime’ busted, and this one’s a doozy – Canada Free Press

Anyone who is willing to be a police officer in Ann Arbor, Michigan should be paid $1 million a year. If you can deal with crap like this, your market value should rise exponentially.

We all know about the rash of hate crime hoaxes, but recall for a moment when this fraud was at its apex – when we were being told that a rash of hate crimes had broken out in response to the election of Donald Trump. Why, it was happening everywhere! Gays. Muslims. People who looked weird. All being targeted by vindictive right-wing monsters.

One by one the stories unraveled, until so many of them had been revealed to be fake that the left didnt even really want to talk about it anymore.

The nature of crime investigations being what it is, some of these things take a few months to sort out, which is why were now presented with a doozy of a hate crime hoax, courtesy of a University of Michigan student named Halley Bass. Her story back in November was that she was walking down a street in Ann Arbor when a middle-aged, stubble-faced white male saw her anti-Brexit pin and scratched her face.

That . . . did not happen. It didnt take the cops long to review security camera footage of the time and place Ms. Bass had referenced and come to the conclusion she made this whole thing up. Oh, by the way, the FBI got called in! Arent you glad to hear how Americas law enforcement resources are being used? They too quickly smelled the hoax.

But the hoax story was interesting enough. Once confronted with the authorities incredulity, Ms. Bass told an even more creative tale:

I was suffering from depression at the time, Bass told Judge Elizabeth Pollard Hines. I made a superficial scratch on my face. It was visible and I was embarrassed about what Id done. So I made up a story and told a friend that a stranger had done it while I was walking. I was encouraged to report it to the police. I made the mistake of doing that.

At the time, Bass claimed her attack was part of the surge in hate crimes following the election of Donald Trump a week earlier. She told police she was targeted for wearing a solidarity pin connected to Great Britains Brexit vote.

Bass admitted to scratching her own face with the pin after becoming upset during a Womans Literature class at the University of Michigan, according to the Ann Arbor Police Department report.I was suffering from depression at the time, Bass told Judge Elizabeth Pollard Hines. I made a superficial scratch on my face. It was visible and I was embarrassed about what Id done. So I made up a story and told a friend that a stranger had done it while I was walking. I was encouraged to report it to the police. I made the mistake of doing that.

At the time, Bass claimed her attack was part of the surge in hate crimes following the election of Donald Trump a week earlier. She told police she was targeted for wearing a solidarity pin connected to Great Britains Brexit vote.

Bass admitted to scratching her own face with the pin after becoming upset during a Womans Literature class at the University of Michigan, according to the Ann Arbor Police Department report.

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The investigators observed the 21-year-old was nervous and asked why she was wearing the Brexit pin.

… The significance of the safety pins is that … to sort of like to show a solidarity with immigrants who feel threatened by Brexit. Um … but now its … for people who feel threatened by president elect, Trumps his name … Um so it was, it was to show, yeah, solidarity with the people like we show your fear and we want to help you get through it, she said, according to the report.

Bass also heard of other incidents on campus, including the incident of a woman wearing a hijab who said a man threatened to light her on fire if she didnt take it off. Ann Arbor police later determined that incident was a hoax too, though. The woman who falsely reported the crime is not being prosecuted in that case, however.

Bass eventually confessed that she had cut her own face after getting out of her Womans Literature class.

I had been in a discussion in my womens lit weirdly and there were a few people in my class that sort of said some things that scared me, she said. …It was more like I wanted a concrete reason to be scared then to just talk, I guess.

I wonder of Halley Bass was a fairly normal, well-adjusted person before enrolling at U-M. Ive seen it happen before. Kids enroll there and get exposed to this quasi-intellectual madness, and the next then you know they want to show, yeah, solidarity with the people, like we show your fear. And they get scared by what someone says in womens lit, man, so they scratch their faces.

Those two quotes in bold, take it in, America. Theres your future.

College students are easily influenced by people who tell them all kinds of things about the world. They can be easily convinced to feel threatened or to think that it means a damn thing to show solidarity with someone. They get so steeped in this odd world that they can sit there and tell you they did a completely outlandish thing because they wanted a concrete reason to be scared then to just talk, I guess and to them, they said something that makes all the sense in the world. Your jaw is on the floor, but they dont have the faintest notion why.

Everybody talks like this in sociology, man.

Not unlike Khizr Kahn, it would appear, the lefts celebrities are people who need to be victims. If theyre not being mistreated or run roughshod over by the patriarchal, capitalist, morality-obsessed power structure, they dont think youll have any reason to love them or give them attention. And without real-life stories of Americas deeply evil oppression, its hard to maintain enthusiasm for the anger the left constantly pushes.

Problem: This notion of America is almost entirely fantastical, and thats a problem when a story needs chapters. But stories can be invented out of whole cloth too, and if the media will give them attention, and the police will give them attention, and the FBI will give them attention . . . you can almost just believe that they really happened. Yes! You were a victim! And even if it isnt technically true as in it actually happened, it could have! Because America is the home to this hate, and we need to hear these stories so well have awareness and solidarity and resistance and so on and so forth.

Halley Buss isnt a liar. Shes a stand-in for the plausibly real victims of the simmering hate that is Trumps America.

This is all madness, of course, but I live 45 minutes from U-M. I guess its rubbed off.

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Hate crime hoax alert: Capital University student admits to fabricating several incidents – The College Fix

Hate crime hoax alert: Capital University student admits to fabricating several incidents

A Capital University student has confessed to concocting several hate crime incidents at the school as a way to get attention.

Senior Jalen Mitchell confessed to submitting multiple false reports to campus police after campus police asked him at the end of January if he had written a hate-filled note that was taped to his residences door.

It was a way to try to get attention, to say Someone notice me, Im dying on the inside, Mitchell told the Chimes, the student newspaper.

It seems Mitchell has been seeking notice for at least two years at the Columbus, Ohio school. In 2015, he pulled a stunt similar to this recent one, and the school responded as you might expect: a series of events, including an open conversation and an inclusivity march, to raise awareness of the possibility of hate crimes here on campus.

From the Chimes story:

Mitchell said that reporting the first incident helped the feelings he was having, but it didnt solve what was really happening on the inside, because he didnt seek proper help afterwards. He said this is why he continued with the other two reports, where he says the problem spiraled out of control.

More recently, in the fall of 2016, Mitchell reported an assault on Astor Avenue, near the tennis courts. He told university police he was attacked on campus by a man with a knife during his walk home from visiting a friend. According to the safety bulletin, Mitchell received cuts and scratches on his neck, arms, leg and stomach, allegedly by a white male in his late 20s or early 30s with a full beard.

MORE: Prosecutors wont file charges against Muslim student suspected of hate-crime hoax

Mitchell wants those who are angry about the incidents being fabricated to know that hes sorry, and he never thought it would go as far as it did.

I didnt mean to cause alarm, I didnt mean to scare anyone, Mitchell said. I just wanted to be noticed not for fame, just acknowledgement.

After receiving help, he feels much more comfortable speaking about what hes feeling, and he realizes that fabricating the reports was not the way to accomplish anything. He hopes that everyone sees him as someone whos broken, been broken and is crying for help.

Jalen adds that he wishes that those who feel his actions have delegitimatized the reporting of hate crimes will forgive him.

The matter has been referred to (campus) Judicial Affairs.

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Documents show physical evidence behind hate crime hoax arrest – Beloit College Round Table

A series of documents obtained by The Round Tablehaverevealed the physical evidence that lead to the recent arrestof Michael Tyler Kee20 for an incident involving Islamophobic graffiti on the Beloit College campus.

In an affidavit submitted by Detective Amber Davies of the Beloit Police Department, it is reported that Officer Aaron Mueller of the Beloit PD responded to the initial vandalism complaint around 2:30 a.m. on the morning of Monday, Jan. 30, where he found the Islamophobic graffiti. Mueller also discovered a used can of red spray paint in a garbage can that was located in close proximity to Kees door.

The affidavit goes on to state that when Officer Rick Valdez, an evidence technician, arrived on the scene, he discovered that Kee had admitted to having bought the can of red spray paint from Walmart at 11:30 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 29. According to Valdez, Kee reported that [they] threw the spray paint out in the garbage because [they] found that it was for wood and not what [they] intended to use it for.

Then, on Tuesday, Jan. 31, at approximately 4:30 p.m., the Beloit PD report that Kee admitted to purchasing the spray paint at Walmart in the City of Beloit and used the spray paint to write the racial slur on [their] own apartment door.

Kee was arrested and has been tentatively charged with obstruction, disorderly conduct and criminal damage.

When escorting Kee back to their room, officers also discovered red colored, overspray looking, spray paint on the carpet inside Kees apartment.

The search warrant, which was authorized by Rock County Court Commissioner Stephen D. Meyer on Feb. 1, resulted in a piece of the carpet and a slip of paper being confiscated. The contents of the paperare unknown at this time.

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Hijab-wearing student who concocted hate crime hoax after Trump election won’t face charges – TheBlaze.com

Prosecutors have declined to press charges against a hijab-wearing University of Michigan student who police said made up a hate crime she blamed on a white man just three days after Republican Donald Trump was elected president.

The schools student newspaper, the Michigan Daily, noted a news release from Ann Arbor police indicating that the Washtenaw County prosecutors office declined to authorize criminal charges against the student.

Her claim was that on the evening of Nov. 11 a white male approached her off-campus in Ann Arbor and demanded she remove her hijab a head scarf often worn by Muslim women or hed set her on fire with a lighter. The students description of the white male in question was fairly detailed: 20 to 30 years old, average height, athletic build, bad body odor, unkempt appearance and intoxicated with slurred speech.

Police soon characterized the claim as ethnic intimidation, and outrage on campus that began after Trumps election intensified.

Investigators conducted witness interviews and reviewed multiple surveillance videos of the area in question, the updated report read. During the course of the investigation, numerous inconsistencies in the statements provided by the alleged victim were identified. Following a thorough investigation, detectives have determined the incident in question did not occur.

Steven Hiller, chief assistant prosecutor, told the College Fix the office will not comment further on this case.

After the hoax was uncovered in December, police said the unidentified woman could be charged with filing a false police report, MLive reported.

Sending it to the prosecutors office is standard procedure when the investigation has revealed the incident as reported was false, and the person who reported knows its false, Ann Arbor Police Detective Lt. Matthew Lige told the outlet.

A felony charge also could have been filed against the woman since the crime she reported ethnic intimidation is itself a felony, MLive added.

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No Charges for Hijab Hate Hoax, Says Prosecutor – Breitbart News

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Back in December 2016, police determined that the Michigan student had faked the hate crime attack after Ann Arbor police investigators and university officials interviewed witnesses and reviewed surveillance footage.

Detectives reviewed hours of surveillance video, Detective Lt. Matthew Lige told Michigan Live at the time. We could not find her on any video. They just werent there.

The Muslim woman originally claimed that she was walking on campus when a white man approached her and threatened to light her hijab on fire if she did not remove it. The woman said the man brandished the lighter that he was going to use. She claimed she removed her hijab and the man fled on foot.

The woman reported the fake hate crime attack following President Donald Trumps victory against Hillary Clinton.

In a similar hate hoax case, a New York City Muslim woman claimed that she was attacked by a group of Trump supporters while in the subway, an incident that the New York City Police Department (NYPD) said did not occur, as Breitbart Texas reported.

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Albany Hate Crime Hoax: What Really … – Louder With Crowder

Steven Crowder Thursday May 5 2016

Weve told you about the recent Albany Hate Crime Hoax (see LEAKED: The 911 Call That Exposed the Albany Racist Hate Crime Hoax and SURPRISE: Albany Students LIED about Racism. Heres the Truth). We can now report the following good newsthe girls have all be indicted!

Albany County D.A. David Soares announced Monday that three defendants were indicted by an Albany County Grand Jury on charges related to an alleged incident that occurred on a CDTA bus on January 30th.

Ariel Agudio, Asha Burwell and Alexis Briggs face several charges, including 3rd degree Assault and Falsely Reporting an Incident. The three UAlbany students had said they were attacked on board a CDTA bus because of their race. Audio and video from the bus did not support the allegations. The case went to the grand jury after the three 20-years olds refused a plea deal that would have required an apology.

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Investigators say a review of multiple videos of the incident showed no evidence the women were victims of a crime or subjected to racial slurs. In fact, police said the women were the aggressors, assaulting a 19-year-old white woman.

Police said surveillance and cellphone video, as well as eyewitness testimony, contradicted the womens account. The white men Agudio, Burwell and Briggs claimed assaulted them were actually trying to break up the fight.

I especially want to point out that what happened on the bus was not a hate crime,’ University Police Chief Frank Wiley said in a statement, according to the Albany Times-Union.

Hillary Clinton, your response?

Good lord, doesnt Hillary have access to basic Google? Hell, even Bing would work. In a pinch. If you have to. This is similar to when Hillary and Obama trot out the wage gap statistic. Everybody whos conducted a basic amount of research knows it to be false, yet they parrot it as a talking point regardless.

At a certain point, assuming ignorance is far too generous. Ive got to believethat theyre not idiots, that they know better, and they just dont care anymore.

As far as the hoax itself does it come as any surprise? From Poop Swastika at Mizzou, to Mattress Girl at Columbia. From Shaun Kings fake hate crime incident(no really, he even checked the caucasian box in the police report which you can see here)to the UVA rape scandal, time after time these fabricated tales turn out to be hoaxes. Its come to bethe rule rather than the exception. You know who that hurts? The real victims of actual crimes.

Remember when Lena Dunham falsely claimed that she was raped? Well, how do you think that affects victims of actual rape? Watch below.

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Beloit Police Speak on Hate Crime Hoax – MyStateline.com

BELOIT – Beloit Police Chief David Zibolski is speaking out after a hate crime, reported on Beloit College’s campus, turned out to be fake.

“There were certain indicators that led us to believe there was a little more to the story,” he said on Thursday.

It all began with a real hate crime: An anti-semitic note passed under a student’s door at a residence hall. Zibolski says that threat was investigated immediately.

“We were already investigating the first incident when this one came up, which obviously ratcheted up the fear and concern on campus,” he said.

Zibolski says another student came forward with a hate crime report, this one involving anti-Muslim messages painted on a residence hall door. But after a thorough investigation, detectives discovered the victim, 20-year-old Michael Kee, had painted the messages himself. Kee admitting to the crime, saying he wanted the same attention the campus was giving the other student.

Zibolski says false reports like Kee’s can increase the trauma for real hate crime victims.

“Especially something of this magnitude, which has that kind of draw and fear that comes with it,” he explained. “That really can cause delegitimizing or diminishment of the public’s response when we have additional crimes of that nature.”

Beloit College Spokesperson Whitney Helm says students have come together to help each other process both the real hate crime and the fake one.

“Making sure that their fellow students feel supported, and definitely those communities and marginalized groups feel most supported,” said Helm.

Zibolski says he wants the public to know his department will continue to investigate hate crimes vigorously, despite the false report.

Kee is charged with obstructing, disorderly conduct, and criminal damage to property. Beloit Police are still investigating the other, legitimate hate crime.

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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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Another fake ‘hate crime’ busted, and this one’s a doozy – Canada Free Press

Anyone who is willing to be a police officer in Ann Arbor, Michigan should be paid $1 million a year. If you can deal with crap like this, your market value should rise exponentially. We all know about the rash of hate crime hoaxes, but recall for a moment when this fraud was at its apex – when we were being told that a rash of hate crimes had broken out in response to the election of Donald Trump. Why, it was happening everywhere! Gays. Muslims. People who looked weird. All being targeted by vindictive right-wing monsters. One by one the stories unraveled, until so many of them had been revealed to be fake that the left didnt even really want to talk about it anymore. The nature of crime investigations being what it is, some of these things take a few months to sort out, which is why were now presented with a doozy of a hate crime hoax, courtesy of a University of Michigan student named Halley Bass. Her story back in November was that she was walking down a street in Ann Arbor when a middle-aged, stubble-faced white male saw her anti-Brexit pin and scratched her face. That . . . did not happen. It didnt take the cops long to review security camera footage of the time and place Ms. Bass had referenced and come to the conclusion she made this whole thing up. Oh, by the way, the FBI got called in! Arent you glad to hear how Americas law enforcement resources are being used? They too quickly smelled the hoax. But the hoax story was interesting enough. Once confronted with the authorities incredulity, Ms. Bass told an even more creative tale: I was suffering from depression at the time, Bass told Judge Elizabeth Pollard Hines. I made a superficial scratch on my face. It was visible and I was embarrassed about what Id done. So I made up a story and told a friend that a stranger had done it while I was walking. I was encouraged to report it to the police. I made the mistake of doing that. At the time, Bass claimed her attack was part of the surge in hate crimes following the election of Donald Trump a week earlier. She told police she was targeted for wearing a solidarity pin connected to Great Britains Brexit vote. Bass admitted to scratching her own face with the pin after becoming upset during a Womans Literature class at the University of Michigan, according to the Ann Arbor Police Department report.I was suffering from depression at the time, Bass told Judge Elizabeth Pollard Hines. I made a superficial scratch on my face. It was visible and I was embarrassed about what Id done. So I made up a story and told a friend that a stranger had done it while I was walking. I was encouraged to report it to the police. I made the mistake of doing that. At the time, Bass claimed her attack was part of the surge in hate crimes following the election of Donald Trump a week earlier. She told police she was targeted for wearing a solidarity pin connected to Great Britains Brexit vote. Bass admitted to scratching her own face with the pin after becoming upset during a Womans Literature class at the University of Michigan, according to the Ann Arbor Police Department report. . . . The investigators observed the 21-year-old was nervous and asked why she was wearing the Brexit pin. … The significance of the safety pins is that … to sort of like to show a solidarity with immigrants who feel threatened by Brexit. Um … but now its … for people who feel threatened by president elect, Trumps his name … Um so it was, it was to show, yeah, solidarity with the people like we show your fear and we want to help you get through it, she said, according to the report. Bass also heard of other incidents on campus, including the incident of a woman wearing a hijab who said a man threatened to light her on fire if she didnt take it off. Ann Arbor police later determined that incident was a hoax too, though. The woman who falsely reported the crime is not being prosecuted in that case, however. Bass eventually confessed that she had cut her own face after getting out of her Womans Literature class. I had been in a discussion in my womens lit weirdly and there were a few people in my class that sort of said some things that scared me, she said. …It was more like I wanted a concrete reason to be scared then to just talk, I guess. I wonder of Halley Bass was a fairly normal, well-adjusted person before enrolling at U-M. Ive seen it happen before. Kids enroll there and get exposed to this quasi-intellectual madness, and the next then you know they want to show, yeah, solidarity with the people, like we show your fear. And they get scared by what someone says in womens lit, man, so they scratch their faces. Those two quotes in bold, take it in, America. Theres your future. College students are easily influenced by people who tell them all kinds of things about the world. They can be easily convinced to feel threatened or to think that it means a damn thing to show solidarity with someone. They get so steeped in this odd world that they can sit there and tell you they did a completely outlandish thing because they wanted a concrete reason to be scared then to just talk, I guess and to them, they said something that makes all the sense in the world. Your jaw is on the floor, but they dont have the faintest notion why. Everybody talks like this in sociology, man. Not unlike Khizr Kahn, it would appear, the lefts celebrities are people who need to be victims. If theyre not being mistreated or run roughshod over by the patriarchal, capitalist, morality-obsessed power structure, they dont think youll have any reason to love them or give them attention. And without real-life stories of Americas deeply evil oppression, its hard to maintain enthusiasm for the anger the left constantly pushes. Problem: This notion of America is almost entirely fantastical, and thats a problem when a story needs chapters. But stories can be invented out of whole cloth too, and if the media will give them attention, and the police will give them attention, and the FBI will give them attention . . . you can almost just believe that they really happened. Yes! You were a victim! And even if it isnt technically true as in it actually happened, it could have! Because America is the home to this hate, and we need to hear these stories so well have awareness and solidarity and resistance and so on and so forth. Halley Buss isnt a liar. Shes a stand-in for the plausibly real victims of the simmering hate that is Trumps America. This is all madness, of course, but I live 45 minutes from U-M. I guess its rubbed off.

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March 10, 2017   Posted in: Hate Crime Hoax  Comments Closed

Hate crime hoax alert: Capital University student admits to fabricating several incidents – The College Fix

Hate crime hoax alert: Capital University student admits to fabricating several incidents A Capital University student has confessed to concocting several hate crime incidents at the school as a way to get attention. Senior Jalen Mitchell confessed to submitting multiple false reports to campus police after campus police asked him at the end of January if he had written a hate-filled note that was taped to his residences door. It was a way to try to get attention, to say Someone notice me, Im dying on the inside, Mitchell told the Chimes, the student newspaper. It seems Mitchell has been seeking notice for at least two years at the Columbus, Ohio school. In 2015, he pulled a stunt similar to this recent one, and the school responded as you might expect: a series of events, including an open conversation and an inclusivity march, to raise awareness of the possibility of hate crimes here on campus. From the Chimes story: Mitchell said that reporting the first incident helped the feelings he was having, but it didnt solve what was really happening on the inside, because he didnt seek proper help afterwards. He said this is why he continued with the other two reports, where he says the problem spiraled out of control. More recently, in the fall of 2016, Mitchell reported an assault on Astor Avenue, near the tennis courts. He told university police he was attacked on campus by a man with a knife during his walk home from visiting a friend. According to the safety bulletin, Mitchell received cuts and scratches on his neck, arms, leg and stomach, allegedly by a white male in his late 20s or early 30s with a full beard. MORE: Prosecutors wont file charges against Muslim student suspected of hate-crime hoax Mitchell wants those who are angry about the incidents being fabricated to know that hes sorry, and he never thought it would go as far as it did. I didnt mean to cause alarm, I didnt mean to scare anyone, Mitchell said. I just wanted to be noticed not for fame, just acknowledgement. After receiving help, he feels much more comfortable speaking about what hes feeling, and he realizes that fabricating the reports was not the way to accomplish anything. He hopes that everyone sees him as someone whos broken, been broken and is crying for help. Jalen adds that he wishes that those who feel his actions have delegitimatized the reporting of hate crimes will forgive him. The matter has been referred to (campus) Judicial Affairs. Read the full article. MORE: The best of the worst post-election pro-Trump incidents and hoaxes MORE: Black students expelled for hate-crime hoax after police cite no evidence for story Like The College Fix on Facebook / Follow us on Twitter IMAGE: Shutterstock

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Documents show physical evidence behind hate crime hoax arrest – Beloit College Round Table

A series of documents obtained by The Round Tablehaverevealed the physical evidence that lead to the recent arrestof Michael Tyler Kee20 for an incident involving Islamophobic graffiti on the Beloit College campus. In an affidavit submitted by Detective Amber Davies of the Beloit Police Department, it is reported that Officer Aaron Mueller of the Beloit PD responded to the initial vandalism complaint around 2:30 a.m. on the morning of Monday, Jan. 30, where he found the Islamophobic graffiti. Mueller also discovered a used can of red spray paint in a garbage can that was located in close proximity to Kees door. The affidavit goes on to state that when Officer Rick Valdez, an evidence technician, arrived on the scene, he discovered that Kee had admitted to having bought the can of red spray paint from Walmart at 11:30 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 29. According to Valdez, Kee reported that [they] threw the spray paint out in the garbage because [they] found that it was for wood and not what [they] intended to use it for. Then, on Tuesday, Jan. 31, at approximately 4:30 p.m., the Beloit PD report that Kee admitted to purchasing the spray paint at Walmart in the City of Beloit and used the spray paint to write the racial slur on [their] own apartment door. Kee was arrested and has been tentatively charged with obstruction, disorderly conduct and criminal damage. When escorting Kee back to their room, officers also discovered red colored, overspray looking, spray paint on the carpet inside Kees apartment. The search warrant, which was authorized by Rock County Court Commissioner Stephen D. Meyer on Feb. 1, resulted in a piece of the carpet and a slip of paper being confiscated. The contents of the paperare unknown at this time.

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Hijab-wearing student who concocted hate crime hoax after Trump election won’t face charges – TheBlaze.com

Prosecutors have declined to press charges against a hijab-wearing University of Michigan student who police said made up a hate crime she blamed on a white man just three days after Republican Donald Trump was elected president. The schools student newspaper, the Michigan Daily, noted a news release from Ann Arbor police indicating that the Washtenaw County prosecutors office declined to authorize criminal charges against the student. Her claim was that on the evening of Nov. 11 a white male approached her off-campus in Ann Arbor and demanded she remove her hijab a head scarf often worn by Muslim women or hed set her on fire with a lighter. The students description of the white male in question was fairly detailed: 20 to 30 years old, average height, athletic build, bad body odor, unkempt appearance and intoxicated with slurred speech. Police soon characterized the claim as ethnic intimidation, and outrage on campus that began after Trumps election intensified. Investigators conducted witness interviews and reviewed multiple surveillance videos of the area in question, the updated report read. During the course of the investigation, numerous inconsistencies in the statements provided by the alleged victim were identified. Following a thorough investigation, detectives have determined the incident in question did not occur. Steven Hiller, chief assistant prosecutor, told the College Fix the office will not comment further on this case. After the hoax was uncovered in December, police said the unidentified woman could be charged with filing a false police report, MLive reported. Sending it to the prosecutors office is standard procedure when the investigation has revealed the incident as reported was false, and the person who reported knows its false, Ann Arbor Police Detective Lt. Matthew Lige told the outlet. A felony charge also could have been filed against the woman since the crime she reported ethnic intimidation is itself a felony, MLive added.

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February 15, 2017   Posted in: Hate Crime Hoax  Comments Closed

No Charges for Hijab Hate Hoax, Says Prosecutor – Breitbart News

Aphelandra Messer by John Binder15 Feb 2017Ann Arbor, MI0 SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER Washtenaw County Chief Deputy Assistant Prosecutor Steve Hiller told Michigan Live that the woman would not be charged with falsifying a police report. SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER Back in December 2016, police determined that the Michigan student had faked the hate crime attack after Ann Arbor police investigators and university officials interviewed witnesses and reviewed surveillance footage. Detectives reviewed hours of surveillance video, Detective Lt. Matthew Lige told Michigan Live at the time. We could not find her on any video. They just werent there. The Muslim woman originally claimed that she was walking on campus when a white man approached her and threatened to light her hijab on fire if she did not remove it. The woman said the man brandished the lighter that he was going to use. She claimed she removed her hijab and the man fled on foot. The woman reported the fake hate crime attack following President Donald Trumps victory against Hillary Clinton. In a similar hate hoax case, a New York City Muslim woman claimed that she was attacked by a group of Trump supporters while in the subway, an incident that the New York City Police Department (NYPD) said did not occur, as Breitbart Texas reported. John Binder is a contributor for Breitbart Texas. Follow him on Twitter at@JxhnBinder. Big Government, Breitbart Texas, Social Justice, Hate Crime, hate crime hoax, Hillary Clinton, hoax, Islam, Michigan, Muslim, New York City, President Donald Trump, Student, Trump, University of Michigan

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February 15, 2017   Posted in: Hate Crime Hoax  Comments Closed

Albany Hate Crime Hoax: What Really … – Louder With Crowder

Steven Crowder Thursday May 5 2016 Weve told you about the recent Albany Hate Crime Hoax (see LEAKED: The 911 Call That Exposed the Albany Racist Hate Crime Hoax and SURPRISE: Albany Students LIED about Racism. Heres the Truth). We can now report the following good newsthe girls have all be indicted! Albany County D.A. David Soares announced Monday that three defendants were indicted by an Albany County Grand Jury on charges related to an alleged incident that occurred on a CDTA bus on January 30th. Ariel Agudio, Asha Burwell and Alexis Briggs face several charges, including 3rd degree Assault and Falsely Reporting an Incident. The three UAlbany students had said they were attacked on board a CDTA bus because of their race. Audio and video from the bus did not support the allegations. The case went to the grand jury after the three 20-years olds refused a plea deal that would have required an apology. Oh, and theres also this Investigators say a review of multiple videos of the incident showed no evidence the women were victims of a crime or subjected to racial slurs. In fact, police said the women were the aggressors, assaulting a 19-year-old white woman. Police said surveillance and cellphone video, as well as eyewitness testimony, contradicted the womens account. The white men Agudio, Burwell and Briggs claimed assaulted them were actually trying to break up the fight. I especially want to point out that what happened on the bus was not a hate crime,’ University Police Chief Frank Wiley said in a statement, according to the Albany Times-Union. Hillary Clinton, your response? Good lord, doesnt Hillary have access to basic Google? Hell, even Bing would work. In a pinch. If you have to. This is similar to when Hillary and Obama trot out the wage gap statistic. Everybody whos conducted a basic amount of research knows it to be false, yet they parrot it as a talking point regardless. At a certain point, assuming ignorance is far too generous. Ive got to believethat theyre not idiots, that they know better, and they just dont care anymore. As far as the hoax itself does it come as any surprise? From Poop Swastika at Mizzou, to Mattress Girl at Columbia. From Shaun Kings fake hate crime incident(no really, he even checked the caucasian box in the police report which you can see here)to the UVA rape scandal, time after time these fabricated tales turn out to be hoaxes. Its come to bethe rule rather than the exception. You know who that hurts? The real victims of actual crimes. Remember when Lena Dunham falsely claimed that she was raped? Well, how do you think that affects victims of actual rape? Watch below.

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Beloit Police Speak on Hate Crime Hoax – MyStateline.com

BELOIT – Beloit Police Chief David Zibolski is speaking out after a hate crime, reported on Beloit College’s campus, turned out to be fake. “There were certain indicators that led us to believe there was a little more to the story,” he said on Thursday. It all began with a real hate crime: An anti-semitic note passed under a student’s door at a residence hall. Zibolski says that threat was investigated immediately. “We were already investigating the first incident when this one came up, which obviously ratcheted up the fear and concern on campus,” he said. Zibolski says another student came forward with a hate crime report, this one involving anti-Muslim messages painted on a residence hall door. But after a thorough investigation, detectives discovered the victim, 20-year-old Michael Kee, had painted the messages himself. Kee admitting to the crime, saying he wanted the same attention the campus was giving the other student. Zibolski says false reports like Kee’s can increase the trauma for real hate crime victims. “Especially something of this magnitude, which has that kind of draw and fear that comes with it,” he explained. “That really can cause delegitimizing or diminishment of the public’s response when we have additional crimes of that nature.” Beloit College Spokesperson Whitney Helm says students have come together to help each other process both the real hate crime and the fake one. “Making sure that their fellow students feel supported, and definitely those communities and marginalized groups feel most supported,” said Helm. Zibolski says he wants the public to know his department will continue to investigate hate crimes vigorously, despite the false report. Kee is charged with obstructing, disorderly conduct, and criminal damage to property. Beloit Police are still investigating the other, legitimate hate crime.

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