When a business owner of the homosexual persuasion has his business burned down and claims are made that homophobes are to blame, the insurance company is advised to send out its best investigator:
A bar owner admitted he set his gay nightclub on fire in Oak Park [Illinois].
Frank Elliott pleaded guilty to arson and insurance fraud for the fire at The Velvet Rope Ultra Lounge in 2012.
Prosecutors said Elliott doused the bar in alcohol, wrote gay slurs on the wall, then lit it on fire.
Why the “gay slurs”? To throw off investigators of course, but also to advance the homosexual agenda by adding to the phony evidence that gays, to whom our most sacred institutions have been sacrificed, are somehow put upon. Then of course there was the fundraiser playing on public sympathy.
This might be a reason too:
He was sentenced to two years’ probation and has to pay back $107,000 to two insurance companies.
Two years’ probation for arson and insurance fraud? Maybe the prisons are so full in the Chicago area that judges have to be lenient. Then again, maybe reminding everyone that he is a member of a top caste under the system of political correctness did Elliott some good.
It also earned him a spot on the Hate Hoax List.
On tips from Billybob Bob and Xavier.