HATE CRIME HOAX: Black Teen Painted Own SUV With Anti-Black Lives Matter Messages, Trump Support In Apparent Insurance Fraud Scheme

HATE CRIME HOAX: Black Teen Painted Own SUV With Anti-Black Lives Matter Messages, Trump Support In Apparent Insurance Fraud Scheme


Yet another alleged hate crime turned out to be a hoax, this time in Buffalo, New York.

Clifton Eutsey, 18, claimed his BMW X5 was vandalized as part of a hate crime, with the perpetrator writing every message left-wing provocateurs think the Right believes. Spray painted across the SUV were racist and homophobic slurs, including the n-word and “KKK,” as well as anti-Black Lives Matter messages containing profanity. To top it all off, the alleged perpetrator painted a message supportive of President Donald Trump and put sugar in the gas tank, WGRZ reported. The outlet reached out to Erie County GOP officials for comment because of the Trump slogan.

But a month after the initial story gained local media headlines, Erie County District Attorney John Flynn announced that Eutsey, the owner of the vehicle, was being charged with multiple crimes in relation to the incident. WGRZ reported that Eutsey was charged with:

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