Wednesday, January 25, 2017

The Vandalism of Nikita Whitlock's Home in Moonachie - Part 3

This is the third part of a series.

Part 1

Part 2


Some people like to make racism accusations against other people, and they try to prove their accusations by concocting hoaxes. Graffiti is a frequently used hoax method. Here are some examples.

William Tucker, a 58-year-old Black man, spray-painted TRUMP RULES on homes, stores and automobiles. He was filmed by a surveillance camera, and then an anonymous tipster identified him to police.

Olander Cuthrell, a 41-year-old Black minister at a Virginia church, set his house and car on fire. He had painted a racial slur on his house.

Jesus Cabrera, a 19-year-old Hispanic, told police he was attacked by three white men because of his ethnicity. Later he admitted that he made up the story and that he had been stabbed by a rival graffiti crew while he was tagging a bridge overpass.

Curtis Sliwa, the 26-year-old (in 1980) founder of the Guardian Angels, reported the vandals had written the graffiti KKK and WHITE POWER on his group's headquarters. Later he admitted that he himself had done it in order to win sympathy for his group and to prevent its eviction from the building.

An unnamed Hispanic student at Elon University wrote BYE BYE LATINOS, HASTA LA VISTA on a classroom blackboard. He was identified from the campus security cameras.

Mirza Akram, a 37-year-old Pakistani immigrant, spray-pained anti-Muslim graffiti and a white cross on his own store and then set it on fire in order to collect insurance money.

Amjad Abunar, painted GO HOME on his own delicatessen and set it on fire in order to collect insurance money.

Kassim Alhimidi, a 49-year-old Iraqi immigrant, beat his wife to death. Near her corpse, he wrote GO BACK TO YOUR COUNTRY, YOU TERRORIST.

Unnamed Albanian Muslims wrote anti-Muslim graffiti and swastikas on their own store and then set it on fire to collect insurance money.

Safia Z. Jilani, an Elmhurst College student, reported that she had been attacked in a campus bathroom because of her Muslim religion. A week before that attack, a swastika and DIE MUSLIMS, RID US OF YOUR FILTH had been pained on her school locker. Jilani confessed that she had concocted all the incidents.

Kareem Khoury, a 36-year-old Arab, admitted that he hired someone to paint graffiti on his Dairy Queen and set it on fire in order to collect insurance money.

Dylan Bleier and Matt Alden, two Jewish students at Oberlin University, admitted that they spray-painted racist, anti-Jewish and anti-gay graffiti on their campus in order to promote leftist politics.

An unnamed Asian-American student at Oberlin University admitted that he was the person who had written DEATH TO CHINKS and DEAD CHINKS, GOOD CHINKS on a campus monument.

Sarah Marshak, a student journalist at George Washington University, admitted that she was the person who had drawn six swastikas on her dorm-room door. She confessed after a hidden camera filmed her drawing the final three swastikas.

An unnamed 17-year-old lesbian student at Tamalais High School admitted that she was the person who had written DIE FAG on a school wall and on her car in the school parking lot.

Nezar Maad, an Arab-American wrote NOT IN OUR TOWN and WE HATE ARABS on his print shop and set it on fire in order to collect insurance money.

Donald Maynard, a Black firefighter-paramedic, admitted that he himself had displayed a noose and a threatening note in his fire station.

Andrew McClinton, a 45-year-old Black, admitted that he himself had written VOTE TRUMP on his Black church before setting it on fire.

Jenny and David Williams admitted that they themselves spray-painted NIGGER LOVERS on their garage door and set their truck and motorcycle on fire in order to collect insurance money.


Many of the above examples are from a website called Fake Hate Crimes. Below are some other examples for which the links to the source articles are broken:

Ivory Lee Scott, a Black military policeman, was charged with writing racist graffiti on his base's dormitories.

Two unnamed Jewish teenagers were charged with painting swastikas and anti-Jewish graffiti on 51 apartments.

Charles A Lewis, a Black politician, admitted to paying someone to write racist graffiti on his own house.

Pedro House Jr, a Black student at Union County College, was caught painting anti-Semitic and racist slurs on a restroom wall on campus.


Many of the above hoaxes have one or both of the following two motives:

1) Collecting insurance money for property lost in fires and burglaries

2) Gaining sympathy from other people after personal humiliation.


This is the third of a four-part series of articles.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 4

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