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More Faked Hate in Canada: Muslim “Exaggerated Interaction” – Charges Dropped in “Hate” Assault

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Published on: August 26, 2017

More Muslim faked Islamophobia ‘crime’.

It’s a cottage industry.

What is the downside for Muslims falsifying hate crimes? There isn’t any.

They are lauded and heralded by the world as poor grief-stricken martyrs.

They raise hundreds of thousands of dollars in fraudulent kickstarter campaigns.

They smear good and decent infidels and when the jig is up, they say, never mind.

“Charges dropped in Whitby hate incident, police say Muslim man exaggerated interaction,” by Reka Szekely, DurhamRegion.com, August 26, 2017:

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WHITBY — Assault charges against a 57-year-old Whitby man related to what police initially said was a hate incident have been dropped.

Durham police say they believe the complainant’s story was embellished and the Crown has now dropped the assault charges.

“We’re not getting into too much of the details, the story — after doing further investigation — revealed inconsistencies and also he admits to exaggerating the story,” said Const. George Tudos.

Police initially reported that a 22-year-old Muslim man was approached in the washroom at Heydenshore Park on Brock Street in Whitby on Aug. 12. At the time, police said hate-related threats were directed at the man and he was punched in the face.

Officers announced the arrest of a 57-year-old Whitby man on Aug. 18.

Tudos declined to provide specifics on which aspects of the complainant’s story were exaggerated.

He said police will not be charging the 22-year-old man….

Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller

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