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Mr. Reilly eventually compiled a database of 346 hate-crime allegations and determined that less than a third were genuine. Turning his attention to the hoaxes, he put together a data set of more than 400 confirmed cases of fake allegations that were reported to authorities between 2010 and 2017. He allows that the exact number of false reports is probably unknowable, but what can be said “with absolute confidence is that the actual number of hate crime hoaxes is indisputably large,” he writes. “We are not speaking here of just a few bad apples.”
originally posted by: StoutBroux
IMHO, submitting false accusations of hate crimes is a hate crime in and of itself. It is specifically done in most cases to bring hate to those the liar is opposed to. And I believe those alleging hate crime should be prosecuted as a perpetrator of a hate crime.
Do you need a bit of a palate cleanser amidst the melting down of the banking system? Well, I’ve got something that just might do the trick.
The two men who helped disgraced actor Jussie Smollett fake a hate crime that set the nation on fire appeared on Fox Nation to reenact their role in the hoax.
Abimbola and Olabinjo Osundairo, otherwise known as the Osundairo brothers, took the cameras to the spot where the deed went down, and the results were hilarious!