Monday, April 10, 2017

"Unfortunately, he can't be charged with trying to incite minorities against whites."

At PJ Media, Rick Moran reports,
From our "Another Fake Hate Crime" file comes the story of a horrible incident in North Carolina where an Indian-owned grocery store was vandalized and set ablaze by someone who left a note signed "White America."

Washington Times:

“A note was also left at the scene near the door that stated the suspect did not want any refugee business owners and that they would torture the owner if they did not leave and go back to where they came from,” the police department said, a local CBS News affiliate reported. “The suspect signed the letter ‘White America.’”
The note also called President Trump “our nation builder for white America.”

“We need to get rid of Muslims, Indians and all immigrants,” it read. “This is our warning. Leave the business and go back where you came from. If you don’t follow this warning then we are not responsible for the torture starting now. God Bless America … White America.”

Police examined security video from a camera at the front of the store and determined who was responsible and arrested him.

The man responsible was a 32 year-old black man, Curtis Flournoy.

Flournoy is facing numerous charges:

Mr. Flournoy was reportedly charged with burning a building of trade, malicious damage by use of an incendiary material, felony breaking and entering, ethnic intimidation and anonymous or threatening letters.
Unfortunately, he can't be charged with trying to incite minorities against whites.

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