Hate Crime Hoax: Black Student Criminally Charged Over Racist Notes

Two White students who were scapegoated and falsely accused of placing notes on a Black student’s dorm room door reading “BLACK PEOPLE DON’T BELONG” and “DIE ….” have been cleared following an investigation into the incident.

A black student from Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville in Edwardsville, Illinois, is facing charges for reporting racist notes to the police that she allegedly knew were not sent to her from an unknown White perpetrator. This all according to Breitbart News.

Illinois law enforcement announced on Friday that Kaliyeha Clark-Mabins, a black student, will be charged with three counts of disorderly conduct for filing a false police report late last month. In other words faking a hate crime.

“Kaliyeha Clark-Mabins knew that at the time of this transmission there was no reasonable ground for believing that such an offense had been committed,” the charging documents add. She knew there was no hate crime but lied about it anyway.

The investigation included not just the campus police, but the “Madison County State’s Attorney’s Office and the U.S. Secret Service,” according to an email obtained by the College Fix.

Two White Students who were falsely accused of this hate crime were cleared. A Change.org petition called for the expulsion of the perpetrators of this hate hoax.

Sadly like the Jussie Smollet case, a hate hoax took place praying on the good intentions of Americans of all backgrounds. This is far too common. For some on the left there is not enough racism in America so they must manufacture it.

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