The case of Haakon Gisvold, who claimed he was beaten up by fraternity members at the University of North Dakota for being a pervert of politically preferred sexual orientation, inspired sanctimonious homophilic posturing from UND President Robert Kelley, but has been confirmed as a hate hoax:
[L]aw enforcement has investigated the matter thoroughly and found that it was the alleged victim who instigated the fight and then was something less than truthful about it with police.
“Investigators with the UND Police Department and Grand Forks Police Department identified more than 150 people who may have been at or near the fraternity at the time of the alleged incident and conducted interviews which led police to determine Gisvold had not been assaulted, according to the release,” the Grand Forks Herald reports.
The paper also reports that police found no physical evidence to back up Gisvold’s claims, nor any evidence to substantiate accusations that the fraternity brothers displayed derogatory or discriminatory conduct towards gays.
What a relief.
The police did present evidence to prosecutors that Gisvold provided false reports to police, but charges aren’t being pursued.
They rarely are in these cases. One reason there are so many hate hoaxes is that the politically privileged hoaxers have little to lose.
Once again we see that if a story is too good to be true from the point of view of supporting the liberal narrative, that is almost certainly because it is a lie.
Gisvold’s spot on the Hate Hoax List is now secure.
On a tip from two_amber_lamps.