Jewish Student Admits faking Hate Crime (Video)
WASHINGTON November 5, 2007 — George Washington University officials said a Jewish student who complained about swastikas showing up on her door put them there herself, a dozen swastikas had shown up on her dorm room door in the past several weeks.
The university police set up a hidden camera to investigate. On tape faking a hate crime, the Jewish girl admitted responsibility.
Faking a hate crime is in itself a hate crime than the goal is no other than cause negative feelings, hate, against the framed group. And it’s not the first case that individuals belonging to a minority were discovered faking hate crimes. The NY Daily News just recently reported a strange story:
A bizarre Brooklyn bomb-maker was unveiled as a hatemonger Monday and charged with a spate of crimes that shook his neighborhood’s Jewish community last fall, cops said.
Investigators were questioning Ivaylo Ivanov about seven pipe bombs they found in a flat he shares with a noted Columbia professor when he confessed to spray-painting 23 swastikas on synagogues, private homes and schools in September, a police source said.
Cops are conducting forensic tests on his computer to make sure more sinister plans, like a possible attack on a synagogue, are not buried inside after Ivanov admitted scattering hateful flyers that screamed “Israel Land of Pigs” and “All Jews Die,” the source said.
When investigators asked Ivanov why he drew the swastikas and created the flyers he said it was “bad judgment on his part,” a police source said. Ivanov’s attorney, Adrian Lesher, said last night his client claims to be Jewish.