FAKE HATE: Transgender Teen Recants Allegations of Brutal Attack (Video)
I’m tired of people who create fake discrimination to prove they’re being discriminated against. I’m even more tired of them not being punished for their lies, like this transgender boy claiming he was assaulted, then admitting he lied.
Another fake hate crime… A transgender teen admitted “he” lied when he claimed that several boys beat “him” in the boys school bathroom. It wasn’t true — he just made it up.
A 15-year-old transgender student in California who claimed to have been beaten and sexually assaulted in a school bathroom recanted after a police investigation failed to back up his story.
The reversal left open the possibility the teen could be charged with making a false criminal report, said Connie Van Putten, a police department spokeswoman.
The student, who is biologically female but identifies as male, had told officers he was leaving a boy’s bathroom on Monday morning when three other boys he did not know pushed him inside a large stall and attacked him.
But officers could not substantiate certain elements of his statement, including the time frame, and he lacked any physical injuries to his head, face and hands, police said.
The student acknowledged he had made up the story during the follow-up interview, Van Putten said. She would not speculate on why he had lied.
The incident came as school districts across California are bringing their policies into compliance with a law that took effect Jan. 1 guaranteeing students the right to use the bathrooms and locker rooms that match the gender with which they identify.
And just like all the other fake hate non-victims, he will most likely be cheered on my his buddies for trying to “further the cause” in creating a false victimhood.
This week-end in Memphis, there was a much anticipated 2008 straw poll at the Southern Leadership Conference. Here are the
Much of this is bloggable, but since I don’t have time, I’m sharing the links with a bit of commentary.
Question: “I have a question, John: What’s your position on statehood for the District of Columbia? I realize that might