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post #76 of 553
some people would rather execute everyone who is accused of murder, lest they waste any time waiting for evidence and let a murderer go free. If you can't see the wisdom in that..
post #77 of 553
Was this posted yet? http://fakehatecrimes.org/
post #78 of 553
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

some people would rather execute everyone who is accused of murder, lest they waste any time waiting for evidence and let a murderer go free. If you can't see the wisdom in that..

Well he's obviously guilty. Why would the police charge the person with a crime if he wasn't guilty?
post #79 of 553
The woman behind the false accusations against the Duke lacrosse players was recently convicted of murder:

http://www.wral.com/mangum-found-guilty-in-boyfriend-s-stabbing-death/13143246/
post #80 of 553
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Originally Posted by Ataturk View Post

The woman behind the false accusations against the Duke lacrosse players was recently convicted of murder:

http://www.wral.com/mangum-found-guilty-in-boyfriend-s-stabbing-death/13143246/

WHILE GEORGE ZIMMERMAN WENT FREE!
post #81 of 553
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

WHILE GEORGE ZIMMERMAN WENT FREE!

Z is a hate filled beast about to explode,

http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/news/2013/11/26/george-zimmerman-arrested-with-5-guns-100-rounds-ammo-warrant-shows/

Only a hate filled beast would legally own 5 weapons and 100s of rounds of ammo.

Oh wait............
post #82 of 553
post #83 of 553
Not sure if this goes here...


Restaurant investigating whether gay waitress really was denied tip
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(CNN) -- Hundreds of people verbally ripped apart a young waitress via social media Tuesday after a news report raised questions about her claim that a family decided not to tip her because she is gay. The restaurant owners now say they are investigating her claim.

Dayna Morales, 22, a former Marine, first complained about the alleged incident on a "Have a Gay Day" Facebook page, posting a photo of a receipt that read, "I'm sorry but I cannot tip because I do not agree with what your lifestyle and how you live your life."

The post went viral. Morales claimed a family of four wrote the message on the receipt for $93.55 at Gallop Asian Bistro in Bridgewater, New Jersey, after she waited on them.

A report on television station NBC4 displayed a receipt from a family showing an $18 tip on a bill of $93.55, and a credit card statement with the same total value, $111.55, to back it up.

In the wake of the report, the restaurants' owners released a statement saying, "We are aware of the allegations and we have no comment pending an internal investigation," according to the general manager.

Facebook is on fire with hateful comments from people angered by the report.

Brian Cook wrote on the original Facebook post, "When you lie to make someone LOOK homophobic, you weaken your cause."

Mia Frederiksen wrote, "Whatever the motive, it's going to harm people who truly are discriminated against. The more this happens, the more the truly maligned will be ignored."
Morales, who was not working Tuesday, according to her manager, could not be reached for immediate comment.

After Morales' story drew media attention, she and the restaurant received tips from "all over the world," Morales told CNN earlier this month. She and the restaurant said they planned to donate the money to the Wounded Warrior Project because Morales served in the Marine Corps for two years.

On the Facebook page, commenter Jeff Barrett wrote, "Wounded Warriors does not deserve to be associated with somebody who would cheapen the plight of both veterans and the LGBT community and slander an innocent family for money."

The restaurant's general manager, Byron Lapola, said the money that came in still will be donated.
post #84 of 553
So someone threw a noose and a Georgia state flag (the old one with the confederate battle flag in the corner) over the statue of James Meredith at Ole Miss.

First the school was offering a $25,000 reward for the arrest and conviction of the perpetrators, and now the federal government is coming into investigate this hate crime.

Really?
post #85 of 553
Think of the children, Ata.
post #86 of 553
I think the real crime was using an old Georgia flag. Seriously, they couldn't even spring for a straight up Confederate battle flag? Morons.
post #87 of 553
http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/02/16/us-usa-note-hoax-idUSBREA1E11920140216

Interestingly, this time it's the actual media that's perpetrating the hoax. But of course with only the best of intentions.
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Harper and Karlson wrote in their apology that they made the note with the goal of spurring a "healthy discourse on a highly passionate topic."
post #88 of 553
Think of the children, munch.
post #89 of 553
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/02/16/us-usa-note-hoax-idUSBREA1E11920140216

Interestingly, this time it's the actual media that's perpetrating the hoax. But of course with only the best of intentions.

You can click on through to FB from that article. Fuck that place is a zoo. Makes the CE look sane.
post #90 of 553


First the noose, and now someone has left a flower on the statue!

No word yet on whether the perpetrators have been identified, but let's all hope for a swift and merciless prosecution.
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