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Hate Crime Hoaxes: Air Force Academy and Kansas State University Edition

Hate Crime Hoaxes: Air Force Academy and Kansas State University Edition

Kansas State: Black Student Union “appalled, disgusted and hurt by Williams false report”

Another day, another incident of fake hate revealed.  Two, actually.  Back in September, the United States Air Force Academy Prep School was rocked by the appearance of racial slurs on white boards in the campus dorms.  The resulting video in which Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria addresses the cadets and tells any racists among them to “get out” went viral.

In another incident at Kansas State University, a black student’s car was defaced with racist graffiti.

Both incidents have been revealed to have been perpetrated by the black “victims.”

The racist messages at the Air Force Academy got the most mainstream media attention, and the General’s address to the cadets was broadcast far and wide.

Here’s General Silveria’s viral address to cadets:

When I saw this, my first thought was that it was likely an incident of fake hate.

I’m sure many others thought the same thing.  It just made no sense on any level.  Not only are such incidents of this type of racism typically found to be hoaxes, but I couldn’t fathom someone who is accepted into such a prestigious institution throwing it all away in such a manner.

Sure enough, the incident was investigated and found to be a hoax perpetrated by a now-former black cadet.

Fox News reports:

A racist message posted outside an Air Force Academy dorm in September was written by one of the alleged victims, the school confirmed Tuesday, casting blaring initial coverage of the incident — which lauded the school superintendent’s forceful reaction in an apparent bid to ding President Trump — in a new light.

The student who wrote the slurs, which were discovered in September outside the rooms of five black students at an Air Force Academy dormitory in Colorado Springs, Colo., was no longer at the school, the Academy confirmed. A spokesman declined to say whether the student withdrew or was expelled, citing privacy laws. The student’s name was not released.

In a written statement Tuesday, the academy said: “We can confirm that one of the cadet candidates who was allegedly targeted by racist remarks written outside of their dorm room was actually responsible for the act. The individual admitted responsibility and this was validated by the investigation.”

The Kansas State incident also went viral.

The Kansas City Star reported at the time:

The vandalism of a car near the Kansas State University campus is being investigated as a possible hate crime by the FBI.

And university police are increasing patrols on the Manhattan campus.

On Wednesday at 7:25 a.m., Riley County police were contacted about a car parked in an off-campus apartment lot in the 2220 block of Claflin Road that had been defaced.

“Go Home Nigger Boy” had been painted in yellow across the rear windshield and other expletives and threats were painted along the car’s side doors.

According to a police report the car was vandalized sometime between 1:30 a.m. and 3 a.m. on Wednesday. Police began an investigation and filed a report for criminal threat, listing Dauntarius Williams, 21, of Manhattan as the victim.

K-State President Richard B. Myers, in a statement released Thursday afternoon, said the racist messages, “are a direct attack on the values of our community.”

It turned out, however, that Williams had put the racist graffiti on his own car.

The Washington Post reported:

A black Kansas man has admitted he put racist graffiti on his own car as a Halloween prank that got out of hand, police said Monday.

Photographs posted on social media Wednesday showed the car covered with racial slurs against blacks and messages that included “Go Home,” ‘’Date your own kind,” and “Die.”

The vehicle, covered in graffiti scrawled with washable paint, was parked Wednesday at an apartment complex near Kansas State University and the incident fueled racial tensions at the university and in the community.

An emergency meeting of the Black Student Union called that evening drew concerned administrators and community leaders as well as students. Kansas State held a Facebook Live event the next day with worried parents. The university stepped up patrols on campus. The FBI opened a civil rights investigation into a possible hate crime.

But on Monday the Riley County Police Department issued a news release saying the 21-year-old owner of the vehicle, Dauntarius Williams, had told investigators that he was responsible for the graffiti.

Authorities concluded that charging him for filing a false report would “not be in the best interests of the citizens” of Manhattan.

Deciding not to file any charges against Williams is not popular on campus.  The Kansas State Black Student Union is furious and wants criminal charges filed against him immediately.^tfw

KTEN reports:

Leaders of the Black Student Union at Kansas State University are calling for charges to be filed against the man who put racist graffiti on his own car as a Halloween prank that got out of hand.

The Riley County Police Department said in a release posted to Facebook that that no criminal charges would be filed against 21-year-old Dauntarius Williams for filing a false report. Authorities concluded filing charges would not be in the best interests of the citizens of Manhattan.

Black Student Union leaders in a media release said they are appalled, disgusted and hurt by Williams false report and so called “prank”and believe criminal charges should be filed, the Hutch Post reports.

“The fact that an African American man committed this act should not undermine its effect on Kansas State students. The conduct of Williams does not negate the current racist and discriminatory actions that continue on campus, community, the state and nation.”


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Another day, another incident of fake hate revealed.

Oh, I’d say the “hate” is real enough. It’s just not the exact hate it pretends to be.

    Good point. What mystifies me is that the left feels the need to engage in these fake hate crimes on a pretty regular basis. I guess they are so sure that every white person is a racist (without even knowing it!) that they are nonplussed by the lack of evidence of this in our society or culture, so they seek to “prove” racism by faking it. Everything is wrong with this logic, not the least of which is that actual incidents of racism will be met not with outrage but with deep skepticism. Boy. Wolf.

I realize there are still a few actual white racists around. But there have been so many of these fake cases that these days I wait for the investigation before making any judgment.

    As do I. On the left, however, all they will “know” is that an USAF Academy cadet was a great big racist. That part about him being black and it being a hoax won’t make the news cycle. End result: we have our suspicions confirmed, the left never has to correct it’s the military is racist. Because the truth is never covered as fully and often as the speculation that supports leftist narratives, the truth will die, the lie with thrive.

Rick the Curmudgeon | November 8, 2017 at 8:59 pm

The vehicle, covered in graffiti scrawled with washable paint, was parked Wednesday at an apartment complex near Kansas State University and the incident fueled racial tensions at the university and in the community.

“Washable paint” should have been the first clue that it was a hoax.

The military is racist. Or I would have made Mr. McCoy my LPO. Despite the fact he was my best Petty Officer. Why, that… Oh, wait, I did make him my LPO. Never mind.

Cryptologic Technician, Technical, First Class. Eminently forgettable, as you can see.

    Rick the Curmudgeon in reply to Arminius. | November 8, 2017 at 10:55 pm

    I’ve rode around in an airplane with you guys. Some of you are quite colorful.

      We get bored a lot. Still, the gross out contest the SEALs put on for me for the ride from White Beach to Kadena was even a little too much even for me. Then the platoon leader gave me a black eye when were making rice. And I had to put up with it because, well, he was a SEAL. And also the girl behind the counter at the Kadena Navy BOQ turned me down. “Sorry, no rooms.” So my SEAL friend walks up to her and he sez, “I’m a SEAL, any rooms?”

      And she’s like, “You’re a SEAL?!!! Howzabout the Captain’s Suite?”

      And I’m like, “Can I sleep on your couch?”

      My only tale about combat; I got kicked out of the Kadena AFB O Club with two Navy SEALs.

      We were just lucky the USAF Security Police didn’t take us into custody.

      Ask me about Airman Favorite’s last liberty in the Philippines sometime. Whoo boy!

        Arminius in reply to Arminius. | November 8, 2017 at 11:15 pm

        OK, ask me about his first liberty when he went to Tijuana before checking in with the skipper. I especially enjoyed the part when he passed out on the bar in the E-Club and couldn’t find his ID. So he pulled the switchblade he bought in Mexico on shore patrol. It was just what he had in his pocket.

      If you rode around in an airplane it was as a passenger, same as me. I went through SERE school knowing that my OPS O wouldn’t give me a hop. My friend, LT Cox, callsign “Sucker,” told me, “Holy,” (I had a better call sign than he did) we can’t give you a hop. You’re not in a paid flight status. And if we give you a hop we have to give ‘No Lock Doc’ a hop.”

      “No Lock Doc” being the airwing flight surgeon who was in a paid flight status. And he was infamous for not seeing the SU-15 Flagon that locked him up near the Kuriles.

      How the H can you fly the F-14 and get trick-f&&&ed by a Flagon? I was never in a paid flight status but I can work the mighty, mighty AWG-9 better than that. Or, I could, now that they’re defunct just like me.

      Anyhoo, I went to SERE and took my OPS O’s last excuse away. Just because, I’m that kind of guy. Also I lost 9 pounds in a week. Which, if you know me, you know I need that.

        Rick the Curmudgeon in reply to Arminius. | November 9, 2017 at 12:43 am

        I rode around in them alright, but I had to earn my keep by making sure all that stuff that fed the Lab position stayed up. (AES)

        I did all that on the other side of the world though.

        Best tour of duty EVAR.

I realize, being Navy, I speak a language unknown to other human beings.

“…The Navy’s computerized personnel system associates the rating name with an alphanumeric Navy Occupational Specialty (NOS) code. For NOS code(s) for CTM, B520; for CTI, B510, B511, B515, or B516; for CTN, B525; for CTR, B540; for CTT, B550.”

OK, that probably didn’t clear anything up.

Paul In Sweden | November 8, 2017 at 11:36 pm

The Riley County Police Department said in a release posted to Facebook that no criminal charges would be filed against 21-year-old Dauntarius Williams for filing a false report. Authorities concluded filing charges would not be in the best interests of the citizens of Manhattan.

Which interests, of which citizens would be served by not charging a man that filed a false report, engaged in activities and a media campaign to stoke racial hatred, witch-hunts and possibly violence? How does this inaction heal the damage done by this criminal act and how does it deter others from engaging in the same malicious activity in the future? How does not prosecuting and penalizing Dauntarius Williams for the cost to the police and community administration that was incurred by his HOAX serve the best interests of the citizens and the community?

The Black Student Union leaders wanting the prosecution of Dauntarius Williams is a good thing but this is merely a face saving ploy to further their Race Hate/Victim Industry.

“The K-State Black Student Union is disheartened that no charges were filed by the Riley County Police Department,” the organization said in a press release. “The fact that an African-American man committed this act should not undermine its effect on K-State students. The conduct of Williams does not negate the current racist and discriminatory actions that continue on campus, community, the state and nation. Racism is systemic, visceral, complex and continuous. It is the normalization of discriminatory behavior towards a group.No matter who wrote the despicable and hateful speech, we, the K-State Black Student Union, will never stand for hate or threatening speech. We urge the Riley County Police Department to strongly reconsider pressing charges, against Mr. Williams.

My reasons for wanting Dauntarius Williams prosecuted are different from the Kansas State Black Student Union. Dauntarius Williams should be prosecuted for filing a false report and for committing a Hate Crime. Dauntarius Williams by his actions attempted to incite mass hatred, punitive actions, marches, demonstrations, assemblies and possibly riots & violence against White People. Dauntarius Williams committed a Hate Crime against White People!

His effort was partially successful as we have seen with so many previous hoaxes. The school administration, the media, and community leaders admonished Dauntarius Williams’s anonymous vile Graffiti with the implied undertone that these actions were committed by White People. This directed hated towards the white community and in the White community fostered resentment that White People were once again being painted with a broad brush to be as a whole rebuked by society. This was Dauntarius Williams’s goal and he like others before him was successful. Dauntarius Williams should be prosecuted and in addition to the determined sentence there should also be compensation for the costs incurred to the police, courts and the community.

On the other hand The Kansas State Black Student Union in their statement indicate that their interest in having Dauntarius Williams prosecuted is because his actions distract from their mission to perpetuate the myth of Systemic Racism even though the last vestiges of the Democrat Party’s Institutional Racism were made illegal in spite of the great efforts of the Democrats to thwart the passage of multiple legislative actions which were passed into law over 50 years ago. Dauntarius Williams’s Hate Crime reinforces the Normalization and Institutionalized Racism against White People that actually exists on campus in the form of curriculum discriminating against and stereotyping White People with the ‘Original Sin’ of racism and a birthright of White Privilege.

The Kansas State Black Student Union cannot be given credit for their efforts to have Dauntarius Williams prosecuted for his Hate Crime Hoax. The Kansas State Black Student Union wants only to continue unhindered to perpetuate racial hatred and animosity under the guise of mythical systemic racism.

The whole Race Hate Industry must not be allowed to continue but must be confronted each and every time it raises its ugly head.

Read the full statement and understand their motivation:
Black Student Union @ksubsu

Kansas State University Black Student Union Demands That Charges Be Filed in Racist Graffiti ‘Prank’

    On a related note the police should bring charges against anyone who files a demonstrably false report of a rape. Not merely inconclusive (femininazis like to use the stat that only something like 10% of reported rapes are ruled false to “prove” that false reports of rape simply isn’t a problem and therefore we must by default believe women when they say they’ve been raped, but the evidence doesn’t back that claim as most rape reports are inconclusive as the police and prosecutors just can’t tell who is telling the truth). It isn’t that I don’t take sexual assault or harassment seriously. But I “grew up” in the post-Tailhook Navy. And the pendulum swung back way too far the other way.

    Calling someone a rapist is one of the most serious accusations you can make. And after Tailhook, when no one was convicted of sexual assault (I learned then that if you’re guilty accept the NJP, but if you’re innocent take it to Court Martial) the Navy decided to rig the system so they could get convictions or at least ruin someone’s life by tossing them out administratively with an other than honorable discharge.

    I know for a fact that several claims of sexual misconduct were false. Because the accuser either told me they were going to file a false report or I overheard them. One young Ensign was angry she didn’t get a Navy Commendation Medal as an end-of-tour award. But she had been awarded a Navy Achievement Medal a couple of months earlier and there was no way anyone could justify giving her a commendation medal literally just a few weeks later.

    But she didn’t care. She was angry. And on her last day at the command she told me she was going to toss a grenade at the command behind her on her way out the door. Sure enough a few weeks later the Navy relieved my skipper and then investigated him for inappropriate sexual contact with a subordinate. That’s the Navy way; Ready, fire! Aim. They Navy would have brought charges against him if they could have found any evidence at all, but there was none of course. But if you’re in command and get relieved your career is over. So he had to retire when the investigation didn’t turn up anything.

    The Navy actually encouraged false accusations of harassment or assault. The bar for accusing someone of making a false accusation was so high that essentially the accuser would have to confess to the investigators that the accusation was false. I knew the accusation was the grenade she planned to toss back through the door to get revenge on the CO for not giving her that Navy Comm that she had her heart set on, but since I didn’t get it on tape it didn’t matter. And she knew it, which is why she had no worries about filing the false report with the Navy Inspector General even after she told me she was going to file the false claim.

    Perhaps the most egregious case I ever heard of was about a civilian employee at the Naval Supply Center in San Diego. A JAG LT was essentially bragging about it when she provided us with sexual harassment and assault training at our annual General Military Training.

    This guy was a supervisor, and he had been getting complaints from people in the office about a woman who was dressing provocatively. Other people in the office, men and women, found the way she was dressing inappropriate and unprofessional. So he had to talk to her. She filed a complaint with the command and accused him of sexual harassment. The command immediately transferred him out of that office and told him he could never be alone with that woman again.

    One day he volunteers to man the supply counter so the other guys could go to lunch. A Sailor comes in a requisition he doesn’t know how to handle. So he tells the Sailor to wait for a few minutes while he went to see if there was anyone else in the building who knew what to do. He goes into several offices but they’re empty. Then he goes into another officer and that woman is the only one there. So he immediately turns around and leaves.

    She didn’t see him, but somehow she found out he had walked into her office. They were alone together for a few seconds, so she reports it. He gets fired.

    Now this JAG was obviously so proud her command fired this guy. She wanted us to know just how seriously the Navy was taking sexual harassment.

    But you should have seen and heard the reaction from the members of my command. Men and women alike were visibly stunned, and a collective gasp went up from the crowd. One woman sitting near me said, “Oh, that poor man.”

    I had already completed the formalities to separate and transfer into the reserves. So I felt like I could pretty much say what I wanted. So I asked her why the Navy didn’t take false reports as seriously as accusations of sexual harassment. She was clearly gobsmacked; the question never occurred to her. So she replies, “Lieutenant, don’t you think sexual harassment is a danger you need to protect your Sailors from. And I responded, “Lieutenant, I think you’re a danger I need to protect my Sailors from.”

    I got a thunderous round of applause from every member of my command except the CO, who was visibly PO’d. I had only said what everyone was thinking. So he said, “That’s enough” and called an end to the training.

    OK, that’s not an example of falsely accusing someone of rape. But that very nearly happened to me and several of my friends. There was a female LTJG who got extremely drunk at an unofficial commmand function and she somehow wandered off without the rest of us noticing. She was in no condition to walk by herself, so we formed search parties. One of my friends found her, and took her back to her apartment at the Bachelor Officer’s Quarters. So we stopped by to make sure she was OK and to make sure she took an aspirin and drink the water we gave her, then told her to sleep it off as she was still very much up for partying. I was the last to leave, and as I was closing the door she stopped me and asked, “I didn’t make a fool of myself, did I?” I told her to remember what outfit she was in and not to worry about it.

    Famous last words. Our acting XO stopped by with his girlfriend (who was his subordinate by the way; how did he get away with that?) to check on her too. It turns out that a guy from another command that we were colocated with saw us bring her back, obviously drunk, and then saw us leave. So he thought this was his big chance. I don’t know if she didn’t lock the door or she let him in. But when our XO got there and saw him alone with her he demanded to know what he was up to.

    Thinking fast, he says he had just put a stop to a drunken orgy just in the nick of time, and then he starts naming names. When we showed up to work the formerly acting XO (our real XO had gotten back from a trip to DC over the weekend) and our department heads were waiting there to pounce. Again, this is shortly after Tailhook and word had gotten out that the way to get promoted was to show zero tolerance for sexual assault. Even if they had to manufacture cases of sexual assault. The told the female JG that if she didn’t accuse us of attempted rape they were going to charge her with conduct unbecoming of an officer. Despite the threats she refused, and none us were backing down. So the department heads took us all to see the XO, and she listens to all of us and tells the Department heads that there was nothing there and to drop the whole thing.

    I’m of course not going to name the woman involved, but had she been a weaker person things might have gone wildly different for my friends and I. In that, I could have seen the inside of the Brig at Miramar.

    Had she knuckled under and accused us I wouldn’t have thought she should be prosecuted for making a false accusation of attempted rape. It was those Department Heads who should have gone to prison. But “Jackie” of Rolling Stone fame? Nobody was putting a gun to her head and telling her to make up a false rape claim. And of course it was demonstrably false. The frat was completely exonerated.

    I still don’t know why the court is protecting is still protecting “Jackie’s” identity. And the feminazis are still referring to her as a “survivor.” A survivor of what besides a monstrous lie? She and people like her should be prosecuted, and she and people like her need to do as much time as those they falsely accuse. There are occasional news reports about men who are released from prison because the acccuser’s story falls apart after he’s convicted. Sometimes years after the trial. And in these cases they usually do prosecute the liar, as without the false report these men wouldn’t have gone to prison. But these guys usually get sentenced to doing really serious time like 25 years. When the accuser is sentence, she only gets something like 3 years? That’s not right.

You can’t just do the popular thing. Most people know it. The had part is doing it. Shutting the hatch, condemning men to die, because that’s the only way to keep the ship from sinking. I was an officer in the USN. I was the #$$hole who got to make that choice.

Yeah! Lucky me.

OK, I didn’t make that choice. But I got to make several choices that made me out the bad guy.

Enforcing regulations, even when it meant hammering guys I thought were OK.

Failure to discipline is an intentional attempt to have such incidents repeated so as to push the left wing agenda and belittle white people.

    Arminius in reply to puhiawa. | November 9, 2017 at 2:20 am

    Yes it is. As is failure to obey orders. I always believed the Sailors I commanded to be adults. As long as I gave them a lawful order I expected compliance.

    I’t a volunteer force. I didn’t dragoon anyone into the Navy.

America: so intolerant and racist, ‘hate’ crimes must be faked!

“The fact that an African American man committed this act should not undermine its effect on Kansas State students.”

Now wait a minute…the liberal enclaves have told me repeatedly that blacks cannot be racist, so how can their hoax grafiti still be racist?

On the AFA guy, my guess is he was facing indefinite suspension/expulsion anyways and did this as a last ditch effort to avoid that judgment, and he did it to multiple students to keep suspicion down on himself as the perp.

Loser logic: they won’t expel a guy who just got pelted with racial slurs, right?

If the incident at K State slows down the momentum for the Black Student Union’s demands for special consideration because of undocumented racism (and when racism is documented it’s fake!) it will have been worth it.

But I agree the perp should be charged, and the university should expel him. Until it does their whole anti-racism / inclusiveness agenda becomes a joke.