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Michelle Malkin Casts Major Doubt on ‘Just a Jogger’ Victim Narrative in Ahmaud Arbery Case

Malkin points out that this case has all the underpinnings of a hoax.

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The shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery is dominating the news, as the media portrays Arbery as an innocent black jogger who was targeted by racist white killers in the state of Georgia.

However, best-selling author and “America First” leader Michelle Malkin wrote an op/ed casting serious doubt on the narrative being pushed by the fake news.

In her article for the popular alt-media blog Unz, Malkin pointed out that the infamous race hoaxster Shaun King was behind the video of Arbery’s shooting going viral. He is already using the incident to organize his left-wing mob into action.

The Arbery family is being represented by S. Lee Merritt, an attorney with deep ties to King. King and Merritt are old college friends who have become racial victim scammers together in recent years. It is entirely plausible that a deceptively edited video could have been released to King to influence the court of public opinion in favor of his client.

Malkin noted that King and Merritt pushed a hate crime hoax in 2018 about Sherita Dixon-Cole, a black lady who accused a white law enforcement officer of raping her in Texas. King and Merritt crucified the policeman on social media before hours of body camera footage emerged showing that no sexual assault ever occurred. Dixon-Cole was never prosecuted despite her lies, showing how there is no punishment for perpetrating these cruel exploitative hoaxes.

King has seen no personal or professional consequences within the liberal bubble despite his long history of being a charlatan. He headlined the Innocence Project’s annual gathering in 2019 and gained employment with the Harvard-affiliated Fair Punishment Project. Merritt was never sanctioned for pushing the hoax and continues to widen racial divides with his lawfare work.

Merritt and King also pushed anti-white hatred while demagoguing the case of Jazmine Barnes, a seven-year-old girl who was gunned down in 2019. Merritt became employed as a legal advisor to the Barnes family, and the familiar hoax pattern emerged. King used social media to put out conspiracy theories that she was murdered in cold blood by a white truck driver and fingered a random man as the perpetrator. The individuals responsible for the murder ultimately turned out to be black, and the falsely-accused individual received death threats from hate-filled leftists.

Malkin also drew attention to Benjamin Crump’s involvement in this case. Crump is an infamous race huckster who is currently getting sued regarding how he handled the case against George Zimmerman, who was exonerated in the court of law for the self-defense killing of Trayvon Martin. Crump published an anti-white book to capitalize on the hysteria of Zimmerman’s trial, “Open Season: Legalized Genocide of Colored People,” which is alleged to have been written “with actual malice knowing the untruth or at a minimum a reckless disregard for the truth.”

Right now, Crump is attempting to cash in on a civil suit against Daniel Holtzclaw, a law enforcement officer who was convicted of sexual assault based on evidence that Malkin considers to be highly dubious. Malkin noted that Holtzclaw’s alleged victims include a convicted felon who described Holtzclaw as a “short, black man” when he is in fact 6’1, half Japanese, and light-skinned; and a drug-addicted prostitute who referred to Holtzclaw as a “hot cop” before claiming he raped her. Crump is hoping to secure payouts for these individuals, in an example of the racial justice that Black Lives Matter activists are demanding.

Big League Politics will continue to report on the details of the Arbery death as they emerge, and the trial commences for the two men accused of murder in the case. The current media outrage very well may turn out to be another contrived hoax meant to divide Americans along racial lines, considering that several infamous fraudsters are once again at the center of the controversy.

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St. Louis Police Releases Images of Suspects Wanted in the Murder of Retired Officer David Dorn

Dorn was murdered by looters while defending a pawn shop.

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The St. Louis Police Department has released a video containing surveillance camera footage of seven persons of interest suspected in involvement in the murder of retired police captain David Dorn.

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Dorn, a 77-year old retired St. Louis police officer, was shot and murdered outside of Lee’s Pawn and Jewelry on Monday night, in a crime that was captured on Facebook live. He had been a friend of the businesses’ owner and arrived on scene as rioting overwhelmed Saint Louis to secure the premises.

The video released by the Saint Louis police department features seven different suspects. They’re all wearing some form of face masks- conveniently shielding their identity, perhaps on the grounds of the coronavirus epidemic. At least two of the persons of interest can be seen holding guns as they enter the pawn shop to engage in looting.

A funding appeal to raise money for Dorn’s funeral expenses has gathered donations from across the country, with many outraged at the hypocrisy of race rioters claiming that they’re protesting the death of a black man going on to murder another one.

As of Friday, the memorial fund has raised more than $300,000. Dorn’s wife is still an employee of the St. Louis police department.

Law enforcement continues to actively investigate the circumstances which led to Dorn’s death.

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