Police Investigate Hate Crime in Metro Atlanta – What Police Caught Everyone By Surprise (VIDEO)
I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again; I don’t know why people want to portray themselves as victims instead of victors.
We used to have a drive to overcome any obstacles that were in our path. Some of us still have that, but many do not and there are several reasons for that. The three biggest reasons, in my opinion, are: lack of good parenting, social media, and liberal ideologies being pushed by the school system.
Recently, someone was going around a neighborhood in Georgia just outside of Atlanta and leaving racially charged notes inside people’s mailboxes.
Not only were they doing that, but they were pretending to be a white male who was in the Ku Klux Klan. What the police discovered was shocking.
The Douglasville Police Department issued a statement regarding the incident:
Information Release regarding Terroristic Threats in Brookmont:
A series of racially-charged notes left in mailboxes in the Brookmont subdivision led to charges against a resident of the community.
Residents on Manning Drive began receiving the notes last December from a person who claimed to be a white male member of the Ku Klux Klan, who threatened to burn down their homes and kill them, according to detectives with the Douglasville Police Department.
Instead, their investigation led them to Terresha Lucas, a 30-year-old African-American female, who was charged with eight counts of making terroristic threats this month. Accused of writing and placing the notes in her neighbors’ boxes, Lucas allegedly described herself as a six-feet-tall white male with a long, red beard who did not live in the neighborhood.
Once again, it was a hoax. It was a black woman.
Given what we’ve been seeing for the last couple of years, this isn’t surprising. This is actually the second hate-crime hoax that I’ve heard about this week. The other one came from a school which has racist graffiti in a bathroom at the school. The school then staged a walk-out to show solidarity against this sort of thing. Then, they came to find out that the person who did the graffiti was a black student.