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eismann82
04-20-2017, 10:58 PM
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/04/20/what-is-fueling-fake-hate-crimes-across-u-s.html more idiots wanting attention through scum bag tactics

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Dan D. Doty
04-21-2017, 09:33 AM
A Victim Culture needs a steady follow of victims.

If reality isn't providing enough ... then make a few ...

SVPete
04-21-2017, 10:18 AM
It's good that the article doesn't fall into the one-size-fits-all single explanation trap. I think, though, that it is missing one other motivation/purpose: To slander a hated group or cause.

eismann82
04-21-2017, 09:14 PM
It's good that the article doesn't fall into the one-size-fits-all single explanation trap. I think, though, that it is missing one other motivation/purpose: To slander a hated group or cause.
That's true the connection should be obvious. Maybe the writer didn't want to hit a hornets nest, also receive a load of left wing condemnation which ends up being personal scrutiny and attacks

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FlaGator
04-21-2017, 10:15 PM
The fact that there aren't many real hate crimes forces liberals to invent them.

teresa margaret
04-21-2017, 10:57 PM
Well, necessity is the mother of invention. I also think it's trendy to fake these "my burka was ripped off by rednecks wearing MAGA hats" stories just like it was in style a few years ago for professors to make the nooses.

SVPete
04-23-2017, 09:58 AM
ISU professor arrested, accused of making up threats and attack (http://www.tribstar.com/news/isu-professor-arrested-accused-of-making-up-threats-and-attack/article_c7ca5b60-26d9-11e7-a35a-0f3c7868f652.html)
Tribune-Star staff report
Apr 21, 2017

Azhar Hussain, an assistant professor at ISU has been arrested on charges alleging he made false reports of anti-Islamic threats against him and even reported an attack authorities say did not happen.
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The charges stem from a series of emails that were received on campus containing anti-Muslim messages and threats of potential violence against members of the Muslim community, according to the university.

The first report of the emails occurred on March 8. The messages specifically mentioned Hussain as a target.

On March 24, Hussain reported an assault in the College of Technology in which he said he was attacked from behind as he was entering his office early that morning. He told police he was thrown to the floor.

He said he had not seen his attacker, and no words were spoken. ISU Police at the time said four people in the vicinity were unable to corroborate his story, saying they'd seen no suspicious activity or people.

The university on Friday said Hussain had been notified recently by Provost Mike Licari that he would not be reappointed to his faculty position beyond the 2017-18 academic year due to his inability to fulfill the conditions of his original appointment.

Seeking Mosque-Cred? Slandering Trump? Slandering Americans? Trying for leverage over the university? All of the above?

Rockntractor
04-23-2017, 10:32 AM
What is fueling fake hate crimes?
http://i.imgur.com/fGEPUm8.jpg

Cardel
04-24-2017, 12:41 AM
Well, necessity is the mother of invention. I also think it's trendy to fake these "my burka was ripped off by rednecks wearing MAGA hats" stories just like it was in style a few years ago for women using yoga burn (http://www.danielleaubert.com/yoga-burn-review-results/) to make the nooses.

It's really worrying and getting out of control. I don't like it one bit.

SVPete
04-24-2017, 11:31 AM
I's really worrying and getting out of control. I don't like it one bit.

Until the legal and social consequences of false accusations, slander, and perjury equal the consequences the one(s) falsely accused, slandered, or perjured faced, false accusations, slander, and perjury will proliferate.

eismann82
04-24-2017, 11:35 AM
Until the legal and social consequences of false accusations, slander, and perjury equal the consequences the one(s) falsely accused, slandered, or perjured faced, false accusations, slander, and perjury will proliferate.
It's far to easy to make a claim against someone without a shred of evidence. Once someone speaks out against another it becomes the accused responsibility to show evidence of ones innocence. Especially ones in the public eye dependant on sponsors

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