There Have Been More Than 100 Hate Crime Hoaxes In The Past Decade

  • JackNNJ

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    May 02, 2016 9:48 PM GMT
    "Victimhood is profitable. On the internet, it can get you thousands of dollars in crowdfunding donations. In the media, it can win you national prominence and a cooing audience of credulous sycophants. On campus, it can get you attention and plaudits from fellow grievance-mongers.

    "Convince enough people you’re a victim, and everyone from presidential candidates to celebrities will come rushing to support you.

    "So it’s little wonder that charlatans and opportunists regularly seek to take advantage of our species’ natural instinct for empathy. False flags, in which people deliberately stage attacks on themselves to win the support of society, are as old as history itself."

    http://www.breitbart.com/milo/2016/05/02/hate-crime-hoaxes-growing-epidemic/

  • JackNNJ

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    May 02, 2016 9:57 PM GMT
    Seriously, what self-respecting redneck peckerwood bigot homophobe racist would take such meticulous care to spray paint "QUEERS" in such nice, neat letters, all within the lines and everything? DEAD GIVEAWAY

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    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/tenn-lesbian-couple-faked-hate-crime-arson-home-court-article-1.2315755

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    Carol Ann Stutte comforts Laura Stutte in 2010 after losing their home to an arson fire, which a
    federal jury has determined they set themselves.
  • JackNNJ

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    May 02, 2016 10:12 PM GMT
    Check it - Some jackwagon organization called GetEQUAL STILL has this video up, imploring people to help the GayHoaxing Stuttes.

    You must admit, this is an Oscar-worthy effort:

  • JackNNJ

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    May 02, 2016 10:16 PM GMT
    And idiots at The Advocate still have this up.

    Damn. Stupidity reigns.

    http://www.advocate.com/news/daily-news/2011/03/03/lesbian-couple-needs-help-after-arson

    Lesbian Couple Needs Help After Arson

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    May 02, 2016 11:13 PM GMT
    That's right, the 100 hoax crimes are over A DECADE. The article mentions that 2015 had "over 20 hoax crimes in that year alone." And then the article somehow makes a story about this epidemic blaming millenials, liberal parents etc. What they neglect to mention is that in 2015, those 20 hoax crimes were out of over 5000 hate crimes total reported. The article conveniently leaves that number out though. Keep in mind that there are hate crimes that go unreported. Both sides are guilty of this. It's equally frustrating.
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    May 02, 2016 11:34 PM GMT
    woodfordr saidThat's right, the 100 hoax crimes are over A DECADE. The article mentions that 2015 had "over 20 hoax crimes in that year alone." And then the article somehow makes a story about this epidemic blaming millenials, liberal parents etc. What they neglect to mention is that in 2015, those 20 hoax crimes were out of over 5000 hate crimes total reported. The article conveniently leaves that number out though. Keep in mind that there are hate crimes that go unreported. Both sides are guilty of this. It's equally frustrating.


    Right, but come on - when a hoax is exposed, Gay Rights groups could at least take the damn videos and stories down. But they're counting on the stupidity of their readers, I guess.
  • JackNNJ

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    May 02, 2016 11:38 PM GMT
    woodfordr saidThat's right, the 100 hoax crimes are over A DECADE. The article mentions that 2015 had "over 20 hoax crimes in that year alone." And then the article somehow makes a story about this epidemic blaming millenials, liberal parents etc. What they neglect to mention is that in 2015, those 20 hoax crimes were out of over 5000 hate crimes total reported. The article conveniently leaves that number out though. Keep in mind that there are hate crimes that go unreported. Both sides are guilty of this. It's equally frustrating.


    And one "hate crime" seems to be writing "TRUMP 2016" on the pavement in chalk. LMAO @ 5000.
  • FRE0

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    May 03, 2016 1:47 AM GMT
    One of the problems with hoax hate crimes is that it makes people suspicious of real hate crimes.
  • JackNNJ

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    May 03, 2016 3:28 AM GMT
    FRE0 saidOne of the problems with hoax hate crimes is that it makes people suspicious of real hate crimes.


    Gee Einstein, ya think?
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    woodfordr saidThat's right, the 100 hoax crimes are over A DECADE. The article mentions that 2015 had "over 20 hoax crimes in that year alone." And then the article somehow makes a story about this epidemic blaming millenials, liberal parents etc. What they neglect to mention is that in 2015, those 20 hoax crimes were out of over 5000 hate crimes total reported. The article conveniently leaves that number out though. Keep in mind that there are hate crimes that go unreported. Both sides are guilty of this. It's equally frustrating.


    Right, but come on - when a hoax is exposed, Gay Rights groups could at least take the damn videos and stories down. But they're counting on the stupidity of their readers, I guess.


    So true! LGBT blogs never admit when they were wrong about anything because true objective for most of those blogs is rage-baiting. Get the readers outraged and keep them that way whether the story is true or not.
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    May 03, 2016 4:10 AM GMT
    How many terrorist attacks were hoaxes?
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    May 03, 2016 5:21 AM GMT
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    JackNNJ said
    woodfordr saidThat's right, the 100 hoax crimes are over A DECADE. The article mentions that 2015 had "over 20 hoax crimes in that year alone." And then the article somehow makes a story about this epidemic blaming millenials, liberal parents etc. What they neglect to mention is that in 2015, those 20 hoax crimes were out of over 5000 hate crimes total reported. The article conveniently leaves that number out though. Keep in mind that there are hate crimes that go unreported. Both sides are guilty of this. It's equally frustrating.


    Right, but come on - when a hoax is exposed, Gay Rights groups could at least take the damn videos and stories down. But they're counting on the stupidity of their readers, I guess.


    So true! LGBT blogs never admit when they were wrong about anything because true objective for most of those blogs is rage-baiting. Get the readers outraged and keep them that way whether the story is true or not.


    I would encourage people to take a few minutes to do a quick search before painting broad strokes. The article JackNNJ linked on here about the lesbian couple is from 2011 and is one in a series of articles the site posted while following this case. The Advocate actually did apparently also post at least two follow up articles about the incident being called a hoax by the insurance company and later by a federal jury. http://www.advocate.com/search/site/Stutte

    I agree with the point that even one hoax is too many. I just think we should remember that criminals can be any race, gender, orientation or political affiliation and will exploit whatever issue or cause they can. It sucks. We don't need to use it to say bad things about gays.
  • Wendigo9

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    May 03, 2016 5:58 AM GMT
    The worst crime I've seen alot these days and in the media are women who claim rape just for a man's money #cosby #gomeshi

    The moment a b*tch tries that stunt on me, I got two words friends can verify. . . "I'm gay", so women can't touch me.
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    May 03, 2016 6:07 AM GMT
    woodfordr said
    CODY4U said
    JackNNJ said
    woodfordr saidThat's right, the 100 hoax crimes are over A DECADE. The article mentions that 2015 had "over 20 hoax crimes in that year alone." And then the article somehow makes a story about this epidemic blaming millenials, liberal parents etc. What they neglect to mention is that in 2015, those 20 hoax crimes were out of over 5000 hate crimes total reported. The article conveniently leaves that number out though. Keep in mind that there are hate crimes that go unreported. Both sides are guilty of this. It's equally frustrating.


    Right, but come on - when a hoax is exposed, Gay Rights groups could at least take the damn videos and stories down. But they're counting on the stupidity of their readers, I guess.


    So true! LGBT blogs never admit when they were wrong about anything because true objective for most of those blogs is rage-baiting. Get the readers outraged and keep them that way whether the story is true or not.


    I would encourage people to take a few minutes to do a quick search before painting broad strokes. The article JackNNJ linked on here about the lesbian couple is from 2011 and is one in a series of articles the site posted while following this case. The Advocate actually did apparently also post at least two follow up articles about the incident being called a hoax by the insurance company and later by a federal jury. http://www.advocate.com/search/site/Stutte

    I agree with the point that even one hoax is too many. I just think we should remember that criminals can be any race, gender, orientation or political affiliation and will exploit whatever issue or cause they can. It sucks. We don't need to use it to say bad things about gays.


    I would encourage people to take a few minutes to fully comprehend comments before quoting. I wasn't just referring to that one story. LGBT journalism generally tends to be yellow.
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    May 03, 2016 6:21 AM GMT
    CODY4U said
    woodfordr said
    CODY4U said
    JackNNJ said
    woodfordr saidThat's right, the 100 hoax crimes are over A DECADE. The article mentions that 2015 had "over 20 hoax crimes in that year alone." And then the article somehow makes a story about this epidemic blaming millenials, liberal parents etc. What they neglect to mention is that in 2015, those 20 hoax crimes were out of over 5000 hate crimes total reported. The article conveniently leaves that number out though. Keep in mind that there are hate crimes that go unreported. Both sides are guilty of this. It's equally frustrating.


    Right, but come on - when a hoax is exposed, Gay Rights groups could at least take the damn videos and stories down. But they're counting on the stupidity of their readers, I guess.


    So true! LGBT blogs never admit when they were wrong about anything because true objective for most of those blogs is rage-baiting. Get the readers outraged and keep them that way whether the story is true or not.


    I would encourage people to take a few minutes to do a quick search before painting broad strokes. The article JackNNJ linked on here about the lesbian couple is from 2011 and is one in a series of articles the site posted while following this case. The Advocate actually did apparently also post at least two follow up articles about the incident being called a hoax by the insurance company and later by a federal jury. http://www.advocate.com/search/site/Stutte

    I agree with the point that even one hoax is too many. I just think we should remember that criminals can be any race, gender, orientation or political affiliation and will exploit whatever issue or cause they can. It sucks. We don't need to use it to say bad things about gays.


    I would encourage people to take a few minutes to fully comprehend comments before quoting. I wasn't just referring to that one story. LGBT journalism generally tends to be yellow.


    You paint in broad strokes my man. Just as I said.
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    May 03, 2016 6:31 AM GMT
    woodfordr said
    CODY4U said
    woodfordr said
    CODY4U said
    JackNNJ said
    woodfordr saidThat's right, the 100 hoax crimes are over A DECADE. The article mentions that 2015 had "over 20 hoax crimes in that year alone." And then the article somehow makes a story about this epidemic blaming millenials, liberal parents etc. What they neglect to mention is that in 2015, those 20 hoax crimes were out of over 5000 hate crimes total reported. The article conveniently leaves that number out though. Keep in mind that there are hate crimes that go unreported. Both sides are guilty of this. It's equally frustrating.


    Right, but come on - when a hoax is exposed, Gay Rights groups could at least take the damn videos and stories down. But they're counting on the stupidity of their readers, I guess.


    So true! LGBT blogs never admit when they were wrong about anything because true objective for most of those blogs is rage-baiting. Get the readers outraged and keep them that way whether the story is true or not.


    I would encourage people to take a few minutes to do a quick search before painting broad strokes. The article JackNNJ linked on here about the lesbian couple is from 2011 and is one in a series of articles the site posted while following this case. The Advocate actually did apparently also post at least two follow up articles about the incident being called a hoax by the insurance company and later by a federal jury. http://www.advocate.com/search/site/Stutte

    I agree with the point that even one hoax is too many. I just think we should remember that criminals can be any race, gender, orientation or political affiliation and will exploit whatever issue or cause they can. It sucks. We don't need to use it to say bad things about gays.


    I would encourage people to take a few minutes to fully comprehend comments before quoting. I wasn't just referring to that one story. LGBT journalism generally tends to be yellow.


    You paint in broad strokes my man. Just as I said.


    You're entitled to your opinion. I have no control over how you choose to interpret things.
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    May 03, 2016 6:43 AM GMT
    CODY4U said
    woodfordr said
    CODY4U said
    woodfordr said
    CODY4U said
    JackNNJ said
    woodfordr saidThat's right, the 100 hoax crimes are over A DECADE. The article mentions that 2015 had "over 20 hoax crimes in that year alone." And then the article somehow makes a story about this epidemic blaming millenials, liberal parents etc. What they neglect to mention is that in 2015, those 20 hoax crimes were out of over 5000 hate crimes total reported. The article conveniently leaves that number out though. Keep in mind that there are hate crimes that go unreported. Both sides are guilty of this. It's equally frustrating.


    Right, but come on - when a hoax is exposed, Gay Rights groups could at least take the damn videos and stories down. But they're counting on the stupidity of their readers, I guess.


    So true! LGBT blogs never admit when they were wrong about anything because true objective for most of those blogs is rage-baiting. Get the readers outraged and keep them that way whether the story is true or not.


    I would encourage people to take a few minutes to do a quick search before painting broad strokes. The article JackNNJ linked on here about the lesbian couple is from 2011 and is one in a series of articles the site posted while following this case. The Advocate actually did apparently also post at least two follow up articles about the incident being called a hoax by the insurance company and later by a federal jury. http://www.advocate.com/search/site/Stutte

    I agree with the point that even one hoax is too many. I just think we should remember that criminals can be any race, gender, orientation or political affiliation and will exploit whatever issue or cause they can. It sucks. We don't need to use it to say bad things about gays.


    I would encourage people to take a few minutes to fully comprehend comments before quoting. I wasn't just referring to that one story. LGBT journalism generally tends to be yellow.


    You paint in broad strokes my man. Just as I said.


    You're entitled to your opinion. I have no control over how you choose to interpret things.


    Curious, what part of your quote "LGBT blogs NEVER admit when they were wrong about anything because true objective for most of those blogs is rage-baiting" did I misinterpret? I actually am showing truthful examples of a major gay blog site reporting the details. I'm not trying to be a dick to you or anyone. You chimed in on the thread with your opinion and I responded with a few facts.
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    May 03, 2016 6:52 AM GMT
    woodfordr said



    Curious, what part of your quote "LGBT blogs NEVER admit when they were wrong about anything because true objective for most of those blogs is rage-baiting" did I misinterpret? I actually am showing truthful examples of a major gay blog site reporting the details. I'm not trying to be a dick to you or anyone. You chimed in on the thread with your opinion and I responded with a few facts.


    That's the problem deluded people who hurl blanket statements suffer. It really is quite self-explanatory when you think about it. In a nutshell, people who are so enthralled with pushing their own acrid opinion are almost always too self absorbed to be bothered with something so minor as facts or truth. icon_lol.gif
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    May 03, 2016 7:12 AM GMT
    woodfordr said
    CODY4U said
    woodfordr said
    CODY4U said
    woodfordr said
    CODY4U said
    JackNNJ said
    woodfordr saidThat's right, the 100 hoax crimes are over A DECADE. The article mentions that 2015 had "over 20 hoax crimes in that year alone." And then the article somehow makes a story about this epidemic blaming millenials, liberal parents etc. What they neglect to mention is that in 2015, those 20 hoax crimes were out of over 5000 hate crimes total reported. The article conveniently leaves that number out though. Keep in mind that there are hate crimes that go unreported. Both sides are guilty of this. It's equally frustrating.


    Right, but come on - when a hoax is exposed, Gay Rights groups could at least take the damn videos and stories down. But they're counting on the stupidity of their readers, I guess.


    So true! LGBT blogs never admit when they were wrong about anything because true objective for most of those blogs is rage-baiting. Get the readers outraged and keep them that way whether the story is true or not.


    I would encourage people to take a few minutes to do a quick search before painting broad strokes. The article JackNNJ linked on here about the lesbian couple is from 2011 and is one in a series of articles the site posted while following this case. The Advocate actually did apparently also post at least two follow up articles about the incident being called a hoax by the insurance company and later by a federal jury. http://www.advocate.com/search/site/Stutte

    I agree with the point that even one hoax is too many. I just think we should remember that criminals can be any race, gender, orientation or political affiliation and will exploit whatever issue or cause they can. It sucks. We don't need to use it to say bad things about gays.


    I would encourage people to take a few minutes to fully comprehend comments before quoting. I wasn't just referring to that one story. LGBT journalism generally tends to be yellow.


    You paint in broad strokes my man. Just as I said.


    You're entitled to your opinion. I have no control over how you choose to interpret things.


    Curious, what part of your quote "LGBT blogs NEVER admit when they were wrong about anything because true objective for most of those blogs is rage-baiting" did I misinterpret? I actually am showing truthful examples of a major gay blog site reporting the details. I'm not trying to be a dick to you or anyone. You chimed in on the thread with your opinion and I responded with a few facts.


    Your little rainbow warrior act is easy to see through. You've really been wanting to argue with me for awhile, and you nitpick at the smallest of things in your attempts to do so. One blog changed its tune one time, so I have no problem with changing my "never" to "rarely". Happy? Or do you have another trivial issue that you're desperately hoping will spark a fight?
  • JackNNJ

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    May 03, 2016 2:13 PM GMT
    BP201 saidHow many terrorist attacks were hoaxes?


    Perhaps Benghazi qualifies. But that was an organized military attack, which was portrayed by Hillary and the administration as a spontaneous reaction.

    Hoax-ish, I guess. Or maybe just a lie. Anyway, a US ambassador is DEAD.
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    May 04, 2016 5:39 PM GMT
    Make that one of the USA's first GAY ambassadors. Crickets, HRC??? Yes, both of you.
    Let's see if Illma Gore's claimed black eye gets added to the hoax list.