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Dec 05 2013

Hate Hoax at Lunenburg High

Another one? Already?

Investigators say the mother of a Lunenburg [Massachusetts] teen whose home had racist graffiti sprayed on it last month is a “strong suspect” in the case.

According to the search warrant, Isaac Phillip’s mother, Andrea Brazier, replied “OK” when an FBI agent said she was the one who spray painted graffiti on the house.

“Most of the leads we have followed up throughout the investigation have led back towards the house,” said Lunenburg police Lt. Michael Luth.

Luth confirms that the moonbat mom is a strong suspect.

Court documents also claim Brazier made false statements and then asked them to stop the investigation.

Police took a bag of evidence out of the home where “Knights Don’t Need (N-Words)” was spray-painted on the family’s home. Phillips, who’s biracial, plays football for the Lunenburg Blue Knights.

Authorities found spray paint in the home.

“You’re not going to get anything from me besides no comment. I already said everything I had to say,” the teen’s father, Antony Phillips, said.

The family posted a “No Trespassing” sign on their property, and the once-outspoken Phillips aren’t talking anymore.

From the start, they blamed hateful spray paint on their 13-year old son’s football team. They said he was hazed because he is bi-racial.

As with all hate hoaxes, the hoaxers were initially revered by dewy-eyed fools.

The town held a vigil, and the district canceled all future football games. Investigators have since cleared the team, saying they weren’t involved.

Since the media tends to drop these stories once it becomes clear they are hoaxes, we may as well add Andrea Brazier to the collection now, lest her place in history be forgotten:

• Andrea Brazier
Genesis Hernandez
Danya Morales
Toni Christina Jenkins
Dylan Bleier and Matt Alden
Meg Lanker-Simons
Olander Cuthrell
Charlie Rogers
Sharmeka Moffitt
Joseph Baken
Alexandra Pennell
Aimee Whitchurch and Christel Conklin
Quinn Matney
Aubriana Banks
Sarah Marshak
Tawana Brawley
Crystal Gail Mangum
Kerri Dunn
Leah Miller
Ahmad Saad Nasim

For more hate hoax hijinks, see John Hawkins’ “Seven Phony Hate Crimes Trumpeted by the Media.”

Why so many hate hoaxes? Because they get the hoaxers the fawning attention they crave. Being a victim of political incorrectness is how you get ahead in this society. Since the whole paradigm of white male Christian heterosexual oppressors is a falsehood top to bottom, the oppression needs to be fabricated.

A report from Loonyburg.

On tips from Eric B, TED, Steven S, Henry, and Jester.



  • cecil

    A HATE hoax is a hate crime itself, and should be punished accordingly.

  • Laurie

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    If you really want to stop this sort of thing, target the media. From this point forward, the reporter who wrote this story should be ridiculed mercilessly and the paper/TV/radio the target of constant scorn and derision for printing a lie without checking into it first.

    In fact, since you know their automatic white-person-is-responsible response to this sort of thing, set them up with a number of hoaxes and then expose them as knee-jerk reactionists they are. Enough of that will prevent the media from jumping in with both feet because they’ll be afraid they’re being set up to look like fools again.

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  • Son of Taz

    This is another one of those stories that makes me want to take a 2×4 and apply it to the base of the perp’s skull.

    The wimpy-ass Superintendent of Schools, Loxi Jo Calmes, canceled the Thanksgiving Day game as well as a championship game the Lunenburg team was supposed to play. Games were canceled to “protect the chilllldren.” Yeah right.

    Now that the truth is known, this arrogant ass won’t even offer an apology to the teams. In the opinion of many, she should be swept out with the next load of trash.

    Whenever I hear of a story like this that involves a school, it seems that 90% of the principals or superintendents are female. Maybe that’s a big part of why the schools are wussifying the young men.

  • Alan

    “… the district canceled all future football games.”

    I’ll bet NOW people will start calling these people nasty names.

  • ThisObamaNation

    Why is it that 99.9 percent of all “hate crimes” turn out to have been staged by the so called victim?

    http://www.commieblaster.com

  • Bo Jangles

    How typical. These lying lowlifes crave attention, sympathy, and above all, $$$!

  • TED
  • Pegon Zellschmidt

    Typical of a NE liberal NEA hack, the Superintendent now claims the games were cancelled for “safety” concerns. No mention of safety when she glowingly announced the cancellations.

    ‘At a news conference Monday, (Supt.) Calmes thanked locals for gathering at a vigil Sunday night and standing behind Phillips and his family, who she said were victims of an “act of hate.”
    “The educators and coaches of Lunenburg value diversity, and we care deeply about all of our students,” (Supt.) Calmes said. “We have no tolerance for racism in any form, and we do everything we can to eliminate it from our schools and our community.’

    LIberal hack liar.

  • Pegon Zellschmidt

    No word from the Anti-fake Defamation League or the race baiter, Gov. Deval Patrick. But last month they couldn’t wait to run to the mic.

    ‘The Anti-Defamation League has condemned the incident and labeled it a hate crime, according to the AP.

    Gov. Deval Patrick even spoke out on the alleged hate crime, suggesting that the incident was beneath the people of Lunenburg, according to WHDH.’

  • Pegon Zellschmidt

    If a ‘hate crime’ turns out to be a hoax, it’s still a hate crime and should be prosecuted as such.

  • Spurwing Plover

    Just how mnay of these hate crimes are hoaxes? 99/44 & 100% of them

  • AZRon

    Notice how many of these “victims” are Caucasion, heterosexual, Christian males?

    Yeah, I didn’t either.

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