FAKE HATE: Black Michigan Student Wrote Hateful Messages On Her Own Dorm Room Door


This is getting old:

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The Grand Valley State University Police Department has concluded a thorough investigation of the Racial Bias incident reported on February 17, 2014. The person believed to be responsible for the drawing and language written on the dry erase board is a Grand Valley student and the owner of the message board.

The incident has had a disruptive impact on the community and as a result, the student has been referred to the Dean of Students for a student code violation. University policy does not permit the release of his/her name.

The student in question had originally claimed that the message board — which was on her door — was scrawled with curse words and racial hatred. One image showed a person being lynched, with the word “black” next to the picture of the lynched individual.
Kudos to the police for doing their job. Hopefully, this umpteenth incident of false racial discrimination will cause people to be more cautious before reporting on unproven allegations. (Okay, probably not, but I can hope, right?)
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