Another day, another story about a fake “hate crime” either self-inflicted or made up out of thin air in order to further a political agenda by trying to make the person perpetrating the hoax appear as a “victim” to a perceived evil in American society by using malicious deception.
Much like the very recent story of a Muslim woman admitting making up a story about being attacked by Trump supporters, another Muslim woman has been caught staging a supposed hate crime in order to further the narrative that American Muslims are victims.
The Detroit Free Press reported on Wednesday:
A University of Michigan student who told police in November that a man threatened to set her hijab on fire could face charges after investigators discovered she fabricated the entire story, police announced Wednesday.
According to a statement from the Ann Arbor Police Department, detectives worked along with the U-M Division of Public Safety and the FBI to investigate the case, which had been classified as ethnic intimidation.
“Investigators conducted witness interviews and reviewed multiple surveillance videos of the area in question,” the department said. “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.”
According to the Muslim woman, on November 11, a man approached her threatening to light her hijab on fire with a lighter if she didn’t remove it, except, according to the investigation, it never happened.
Nevertheless, Muslim Brotherhood front group, the Council on American-Islamic Relations jumped on the original story, referring to the fabricated event as a “hate crime” and blamed it on the election of Donald Trump.
Police have not yet released the name of the Muslim woman, who may (and should) face charges for filing a false police report.
h/t: Hot Air