What better way to celebrate Black History Month than with yet another hoax intended to create an illusion that blacks are put upon by racists?
Following days of reported hate crimes and heightened security at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, a student has confessed to creating the list threatening black students because she wanted greater attention to the issue, according to authorities Friday night.
The suspect, whose identity was being withheld for her protection, reportedly told authorities she created the fliers — which listed 13 black students by name and threatened they were going to die in two days — found Thursday because she was not satisfied with the initial response from a resident assistant to rubber bands that were said to look like a noose, according to a press release from the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department Friday.”
In an escalation of events since Wednesday, which kicked off Black History Month on campus, a series of what was initially believed to be racially motivated threats at Parkside, 900 Wood Road, had sparked an atmosphere of fear among students and launched a criminal investigation on the campus.
“There is absolutely no danger to the students at Parkside due to this threat,” the release said. “Through investigation KSD’s detectives were able to determine that there never was a threat of harm to students at Parkside.”
It began with a string of rubber bands, that some believed looked like a noose, found Wednesday hanging in a common area of Pike River Suites, one of the residence halls. On Thursday morning the resident student who reported it, Aubriana Banks, reportedly received a second noose, made with plastic string, and a threatening note telling her to run on her door. Then on Thursday night, the situation further escalated when students found a bunch of fliers at Pike River that read: “(Racial slur) will die in 2 days. No (racial slur) wanted,” with 13 names listed below.
Evidence led detectives to suspect one of the 13 named on that list, the release said, and when confronted, the suspect reportedly confessed to creating it because she was not satisfied with the initial response from a resident assistant to the rubber bands formed into a noose.
The list of hate hoaxes is so long (e.g., Sarah Marshak, Tawana Brawley, Crystal Gail Mangum, Kerri Dunn, Leah Miller, Trinity International University) that it is safe to assume any racial threats directed at nonwhites are fabrications until proven otherwise. If there were real threats, why would moonbats have to create fake ones to prop up their bogus ideology?
On a tip from J.