Thursday, December 5, 2013

Epidemic...

First we had the ex-Marine who claimed she was stiffed on a tip ostensibly for her sexual orientation, only to have the story unravel. Now there's this:

Police: Mom Of Victim A ‘Strong Suspect’ In Lunenburg Racist Graffiti Incident
LUNENBURG (CBS) – The investigation into who spray painted a home with racist graffiti last month has turned toward the woman who lives there.

Police said on Wednesday that Andrea Brazier is now considered a “strong suspect” in the case.
It's a particularly sad commentary on the state of society that someone would sink to faking racist comments in order to... Well, it's hard to tell what this woman thought she was doing. You've got to wonder what she thought she'd accomplish by faking a claim of racism. Did she really think her claims of racism would be taken as gospel? That there would be no investigation to, say, see who'd perpetrated that hate crime?

Here's a nickel's worth of advice from your friendly Uncle Jay here, folks. If you are so stupid that you're going to spray paint your own damn house and then NOT GET RID OF THE EVIDENCE, have the common decency to get your cover story straight. I mean, it's just embarrassing how quickly this fell apart.

No wonder on whether this woman will be donating any proceeds to charity...

That is all.

4 comments:

Bob said...
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Bob said...

We need a new unwritten law: Any alleged "hate crime" is probably a hoax committed by the purported "victim" of said crime.

John Anderson said...

The mom was probably trying to get her son transferred to the better school in the next town over. One can do this via the School Choice program, but one is then responsible to get the child to and from the school. If she were to win a legal battle with the local school, she might have been able to get the local school district to pay for/provide private transportation.

Windy Wilson said...

I think as community service she should contribute substantially to a charity approved by, say, Hugh Hewitt, Dennis Prager and Michael Medved. Or the local Boy Scout Troop