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Sep 14 2019

Edawn Coughman Makes Hate Hoax List

Although he was signed by eight different teams, Edawn Coughman never played during the regular season in the NFL. He failed to get himself listed in the NFL Player Arrests database. But at least he made the Hate Hoax List.

On September 11, police received a report of a burglary in progress at Create and Bake Pizzeria and Coughman’s Creamery, adjoining businesses owned by Coughman in Lawrenceville, Georgia. They arrived in time to catch him driving off in a black Silverado with no license plate, wearing gloves and a hoodie despite the hot weather.

WXIA reports:

Several televisions, still attached to their brackets and pieces of drywall, were found in the bed of the truck.

Other officers were checking the business and found the back door had yellow pry marks. Inside, the walls were spray-painted with racial slurs [the N-word, monkey], swastikas and “MAGA.” The spray paint was still wet.

This caught Coughman in a lie; he had told them that the business had been vandalized earlier in the day.

After getting a search warrant, officers found black spray paint and a yellow crowbar in Coughman’s truck.

You don’t have to be very bright to get signed in the NFL; it helps not to be, if you want to make the Hate Hoax List. Dimmer still (although possibly willfully dim) are those who gullibly accept the narrative of oppression that these hoaxes are intended either to prop up or to exploit.

Coughman is not the first NFL player to make the Hate Hoax List. Michael Bennett beat him by a couple of years.

On a tip from WDS.

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