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HOAX: Buffalo Man Charged with Fraud After Allegedly Spraypainting His Own Car With Racist “Trump” Slurs

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A Buffalo man has been charged with multiple felony and misdemeanor counts after allegedly spraypainting his own BMW vehicle with racial slurs and pro-Donald Trump messages.

18-year old Clifton Eutsey has been charged with insurance fraud, offering a false instrument for filing in the second degree, falsifying business records, and falsely reporting an incident. The insurance fraud charge is a felony.

The BMW was spraypainted with swastikas, pro-Klu Klux Klan and Donald Trump messages. The graffiti had been investigated as a potential hate crime after it was reported, but at some point Buffalo investigators seem to have realized that something didn’t check out about the idea of racist vandals targeting a random vehicle for pro-Trump and hateful spraypaint messages.

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A woman named Emma Mills described herself as the owner of the car last month following the incident, but Erie County District Attorney John Flynn identified Eutsey as the owner when he announced the charges on Tuesday.

Eutsey is also facing criminal charges for illegal gun possession, stemming from an unrelated incident last month. He faces up to seven years in prison if he’s convicted of the fraud charges, and even more time if he’s convicted on the outstanding criminal charges.

Jussie Smollett probably could’ve devised a more convincing plot than this.

 

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Local, Federal Police Find No Evidence of Althea Bernstein’s Alleged Wisconsin Hate Crime

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Federal and local police investigating an alleged hate crime in Madison, Wisconsin have closed their investigation, admitting they have found no evidence that the supposed victim was attacked at all.

18-year old Althea Bernstein claimed that she was attacked by four “classic Wisconsin frat boys” while driving near the state capital at 1AM in late June. Bernstein claimed that the assailants- who supposedly called her a racial slur-doused her in lighter fluid before setting her on fire while sitting inside her car, and that she patted out the flames after driving away from her attackers.

Madison Police confirmed that “after an exhaustive probe, detectives were unable to corroborate or locate evidence consistent with what was reported” in a Friday morning statement. However, they’re declining to recommend that Bernstein be charged with filing a false police report.

A Wisconsin federal prosecutor investigating the incident went even further, stating thatafter reviewing all available evidence, authorities could not establish that the attack, as alleged by the complainant, had occurred. Accordingly, the federal investigation into this incident has been closed based on the lack of evidence.”

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The area in which Bernstein claimed to have been attacked was only blocks away from Wisconsin’s state capital, and is almost certainly covered by an abundance of CCTV cameras that could’ve documented the questionable incident. The total absence of surveillance camera evidence to document the alleged racist attack almost certainly ensures it’s little more than a dishonest hoax.

Bernstein was interviewed by Good Morning America days after making the allegation, and British royal Meghan Markle contacted her in support after the supposed attack.

This one was extremely fishy from day one, and it’s more than reasonable to cast this outlandish tale into the filled bucket of discredited and self-serving hate hoaxes.

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