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Hate Crime Hoax: Black Woman Accused Of Posing As KKK Member, Charged With Sending Terroristic Threats

Hate Crime Hoax: Black Woman Accused Of Posing As KKK Member, Charged With Sending Terroristic Threats

“The notes threatened to burn their houses down and kill them and said that they didn’t belong in the neighborhood”

Apparently there isn’t enough actual racism in America, so a long line of black and other minority persons decided to perpetuate and/or invent racist acts themselves.

The incidents range from the truly bizarre and outlandish Jussie Smollett fake mugging (by the infamous inner-city Chicago MAGA coalition) to some random black man spraying racist graffiti . . . on his own BMW.

The latest is an elaborate, strange, and sadistic fake hate hoax allegedly perpetrated by a 30-year-old black woman, Terresha Lucas, who is charged with sending terroristic threats to several black people in Douglasville, GA, an Atlanta suburb.

Apparently, she posed as a member of the KKK and, over the course of 11 months, sent notes threatening to burn down the homes of and to kill entire black families.

Evil. I can’t even imagine what these poor families went through, particularly with the left constantly insisting there’s rampant “white rage” and racism in every nook and cranny across America.

Fox News reports:

A Black woman is accused of posing as a White Ku Klux Klan member and sending racially charged notes to the homes of families in an Atlanta suburb, according to local reports.

Terresha Lucas, 30, was arrested Wednesday and charged with eight counts of terroristic threats and acts. She made her first court appearance Thursday morning and was denied bond, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office told Fox News.

. . . . Douglasville families told WGCL-TV they had received handwritten notes from a “man” claiming he was from the KKK and threatening to kill their families.

“The letter is using the N-word, talking about the KKK, hanging people, killing kids, killing whole families and setting houses on fire,” one father told the station.

. . . . Families began receiving the letters as early as last December, Atlanta’s FOX 5 reported.

“The notes threatened to burn their houses down and kill them and said that they didn’t belong in the neighborhood,” Detective Nathan Shumaker told the station.

After a months-long investigation, Shumaker and another detective, Andre Futch, connected evidence to Lucas.

Apparently, Lucas did not mail the letters, but instead hand-delivered them to her neighbors’ mailboxes. If true, why did it take so long to catch her? Set up a game cam or set up police (or FBI) surveillance and that’s the end of that.

And if it’s not true, the fedbois will be descending on this alleged domestic terrorist with charges of using U.S. Mail to send terroristic threats. Heh, just kidding. Even if she did mail them, we all know that wouldn’t happen . . . unless she really was a white guy with a scary red beard.

The Hill has more (archive link):

The Douglasville Police Department (DPD) said in a statement 30-year-old Terresha Lucas was charged with eight counts of making terroristic threats. Lucas, who allegedly described herself in the letters as a white male with a long red beard from outside of the community, began leaving racist messages in her neighbors’ mailboxes in December, according to the department.

“The notes threatened to burn their houses down and kill them and said that they didn’t belong in the neighborhood,” DPD detective Nathan Shumaker said in the statement.

. . . . Additional notes were discovered on Feb. 17, Feb. 22, March 1 and March 3. The final note was delivered Sept. 6 after six months without threatening messages. Yet Shumaker said there were likely more messages than police uncovered.

Before September, authorities said they had little evidence to pursue other than consistent wording and handwriting. But the evidence gathered on Sept. 6 linked the letters to Lucas and police were able to obtain a search warrant. Detectives found additional evidence during the search tying Lucas to the letters.

This is a particularly evil example of it, but #FakeHate happens.  A lot.

Here are just a few of the race hoaxes we’ve covered here at LI:

That’s not even counting the ridiculous lunacy that too frequently occurs. For example, crazy woke people joining with the FBI and Democrat media to freakout over door-pulls at NASCAR or when the left rushes to judgment about shootings or about kids being mobbed by leftist radicals.

If there’s so little actual racism and hate crime that it has to be manufactured by “the oppressed,” shouldn’t that be a big red flag? The radical left’s sadistic embrace of their divisive, dangerous, and dehumanizing identity politics and their soul-destroying Critical Race Training is literally tearing America apart. These are not good people. They are happy to create, stoke, and nurture hate, fear, and anxiety in their voting blocs, to literally terrorize their own voters, for power. It’s shameful. And, yes, evil.

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Didn’t the SPLC gain control of the trademarks for “KKK” ?
If so, they should suing this lady for illegal trademark usage.

I can’t think of one story like this in the past many, many years that hasn’t turned out to be a hoax.

    UserP in reply to UJ. | October 5, 2021 at 12:55 pm

    Well, you would never expect it was a hoax it was so well-planned and executed. Sounds very authentic to me:

    “She described herself in the letters as a white male with a long red beard”

    Left out the part about he took hemp and lighted matches woven into his enormous red beard as he marched through the neighborhood.

Aaaand from a St. Louis high school last week: “Black student admits to writing racist graffiti in Parkway Central bathrooms”

I believe the psychiatric doctors classify this persistent herd fakery as ‘self-loathing.’

Or ‘bought n paid-for agitprop for political agenda.’

I get those 2 confused.

“The latest is an elaborate, strange, and sadistic fake hate hoax allegedly perpetrated by a 30-year-old black woman, Terresha Lucas, who is charged with sending terroristic threats to several black people in Douglasville, GA, an Atlanta suburb.”

I am utterly shocked that Terresha managed to spell KKK properly. With that said.

Pro-Tip to black folk: There is no more KKK in this country. The FBI and ATF wiped it out decades ago. Anyone claiming to speak for the KKK is either:

1.) A federal agent or snitch looking to get their own charges tossed.
2.) One of your own people.

Who in their right minds would believe some hillbilly is going to be running around committing federal crimes to upset a few black people, only to get caught a catch a life sentence? It’s ridiculous.

I personally don’t know of any overt racists. The Klan hasn’t been active in the South in the last four decades or more. Sure, one can drive past a rural home and see the occasional faded and tattered ‘stars and bars’ flag. But meetings of the KKK or Aryan Brotherhood or other whack a doodles? Nope.

These assclowns were marginalized and shunned/driven from civic life and social acceptance many decades ago in the South. In fact I would argue that the South has largely faced up to our past failings and come to terms by dealing with the reality of segregation. My parent’s generation did the heavy lifting to achieve an inclusive society/culture that reflects the vision of MLK.

My generation was the beneficiary of their hard work. We grew up in integrated schools, youth sports, Boy/Girl Scouts. We made our own smaller contributions to the process in partnering with traditional ‘black’ fraternities and sororities in college. We worked to tamp down any resentment on both sides trying to find common ground and socially isolating and shunning the troublemakers and hate mongers on both sides.

My children have inherited a truly colorblind society and culture in the South. Our kids play and our educated together. Increasingly they worship together. Toleration and the extension of mercy or grace by assuming good will v bad intentions goes a long way towards healing and maintaining a climate of cooperation and good faith. I be damned if I allow racists of any stripe to undue these achievements in the name of ‘equity’. These sorts of false allegations should be punished as severely as their potential for harm in falsely sowing discord and strife.

    But… but in “O Brother Where Art Thou” they danced around like extras in a Busby Berkley musical! Are you telling me they don’t still do that!?

    Dathurtz in reply to CommoChief. | October 5, 2021 at 1:29 pm

    I don’t know about 4 decades. My hometown (well, town where I attended school) finally had their chief racist die about 10 years ago and nobody seems to have taken up the mantle. They actively harassed any black families that moved into town until they moved out. I’ve seen a few overtly racist events and I’m not yet 40.

    By and large, though, yeah, stuff like that doesn’t seem to happen. I hear some weird tales out of NW Arkansas, but I haven’t seen anything and I’ve spent a lot of time in the area.

      CommoChief in reply to Dathurtz. | October 5, 2021 at 7:01 pm

      Ok so there’s the one guy in your hometown who died ten years ago. How large were the racist rallies he sponsored? How many attendees? Did any action come out of it or was it a bunch of folks running off at the mouth after too much Budweiser and Jack Daniels?

      My point, which your comment seemed to buttress, is that individual but politically impotent racists still exist, but have practically zero power or meaningful impact. They are marginalized socially, economically and otherwise from the levers of power.

        henrybowman in reply to CommoChief. | October 5, 2021 at 7:50 pm

        There are certainly havens of racists on the web, sites like Stormfront, or the comfy down-home racist comedy of Stonetoss. However, in most cases I have seen, their disdain of BIPOCs is almost incidental to their anti-semitism. So go figure, CRT.

          CommoChief in reply to henrybowman. | October 5, 2021 at 10:11 pm


          My point isn’t that racist assclowns don’t exist anywhere. They do, but in the South at least, have zero power or acceptance. My point is that in the South specifically we have largely moved beyond that mess because we had to confront the issues head on. Other areas of the Nation haven’t done so in the same way at the same scale for the same duration.

          The images from the civil rights era of marchers flashing with police, use of fire hoses are almost always from the South; Birmingham, Atlanta, Memphis, Montgomery, Selma, Little Rock. Very rare are photos from other regions shown as stock footage of the period.

          Now segregation as a legal institution was not prevalent outside the South but that certainly didn’t mean equality or acceptance in the North; see Boston. It was all very well for the rest of the Nation to condemn the South and rightly so. The problem was the other regions didn’t examine their racial issues very closely nor deal with inequalities in school funding and defacto housing segregation until much later also via CT order.

          I contend that the South is much more truly integrated than other regions not by any virtue but because of being forced to confront the facts day after day and year after year. Protests, sit ins, marches by folks who just wanted to be treated with decency and by their merit.

          IMO, the other regions of the Nation are far less unblemished than they usually admit, preferring to continue to point to the rural South as a backwards intolerant area filled with rubes, rednecks and hillbillies, when in fact we have moved well beyond the ways of the ‘old South’.

          The media treatment of MAGA, red States and non bi coastal enclaves or DC beltway members offers a mere inkling of the sort of disdainful attitudes and general contempt the South has endured for some time.

Watch. Her lawyer will claim that she was driven to it by racism.

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to irv. | October 5, 2021 at 12:38 pm

    Or, she identifies herself as white.

    fscarn in reply to irv. | October 5, 2021 at 1:42 pm

    “will claim that she was driven to it by racism”

    that or climate change

    or Orange Man

    jagibbons in reply to irv. | October 6, 2021 at 8:30 am

    That is the end result of CRT and making everything rAcIsT. If you are supposed to be the oppressed and aren’t oppressed, then you are justified in making up your own oppression.

    This kind of thing will continue until CRT is driven out of the mainstream.

    After all, if everything is racist, then nothing is.

You will be right 99% of the time if you assume every incident is a hoax.

Defense: mistaken identity… maybe free speech. Get creative – Multiple Personality. She was victimized by white priv and creating a white man with red beard persona is how her mind responded.

On serious note… I remember when Elizabeth Warren first came on scene, the professor set up a web site to archive all of her untruths regarding being Indian.

It’s past time someone create a web site and keep track of hoax-hate charges.

Professor? Fuzzy?

The only thing that surprises me about this story is that she was charged.

    Lucifer Morningstar in reply to Olinser. | October 5, 2021 at 2:29 pm

    She was charged. Big deal, once the media is no longer looking the court will give her a slap on the wrist and tell her not to pull such stunts again and release her with no real penalty. Guaranteed.

Wise old Yoda says, “There is hoax and there is no hoax.”

99% is hoax. 1% is gray area. 0% is threat from real KKK.

So if the Biden/Garland crusade on “domestic terrorism” turns out to disproportionately lead to more minority hoax arrests than wypipo will it be labeled racist?

If racism really was the huge problem the CRT pimps want everybody to believe, why do they have to perpetrate these hoaxes?

thalesofmiletus | October 5, 2021 at 2:18 pm

This is NOT a hoax but an actual Hate Crime — a Hate Crime against the intended scapegoat demographic.

Punishment will be a week in a soup kitchen I bet

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to Skip. | October 5, 2021 at 5:44 pm

    She won’t show up. There will be no repercussions. After all this is only her 17th first offense.

Some, Select [Black] Lives Matter posing a la KKK.

That said, diversity [dogma], inequity, and exclusion breeds adversity.

Roe, Roe, Roe….

I think we should celebrate the fact that the Dhimmi-crats’ “Diversity and Inclusion (TM)” are so manifestly successful, that even the Klan is now accepting black members. That’s progress!

White Bear Lake, MN High School Instagram Hoax. After the FBI discovered it was fake, the superintendent actually apologized for using the word “hoax”.