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Prosecutor declines to charge Muslim student suspected of hate-crime hoax, gives way to Sharia lying to advance Islam.

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There is no faker news than fake Islamophobia news reports.  And there is a lot of fake Islamophobia news according to Pamela Geller’s Fake News Islamophobia summary report posted here. Muslims across America are filing bogus hate crime reports.  One goal of these hate-crime hoaxes is to bolster the false narrative that Islamophobia is rampant in the United States.  Another goal of these false criminal complaints is to attack President Donald Trump. 

Sharia law permits Muslims to lie to unbelievers if it advances the cause of Islam.  Such lying is called Taqiyya.  “Taqiyya is an Islamic juridical term whose shifting meaning relates to when a Muslim is allowed, under Sharia law, to lie.” According to Wikipedia.com 

Sadly and ironically, the prosecutor’s decision not to charge the Muslim for lying in the following hate-crime hoax under American law is appeasing Sharia law by permitting a Muslim to lie in a legal forum if it advances Islam.

The College Fix reports:  Prosecutors won’t file charges against Muslim student suspected of hate-crime hoax

The Washtenaw County Prosecutors Office will not file charges against a University of Michigan student suspected by the Ann Arbor Police Department of a hate-crime hoax, an official with the office confirmed Monday to The College Fix.

In November, a female University of Michigan student told police days after the election that a white man demanded she remove her hijab or he would set her on fire with a lighter, an allegation later deemed false by police.

“This office has declined to authorize charges in that matter,” Steven Hiller Chief Assistant Prosecutor, told The College Fix via email. “The office will not comment further on this case.”
In November after the student lodged her claim, the University of Michigan Division of Public Safety and Security issued an alert, calling the incident an act of “hate and intimidation” and “ethnic intimidation.”

However a month later, in mid-December, Ann Arbor police in conjunction with campus police and the FBI announced their investigation found the incident did not occur. They came to that conclusion after conducting witness interviews and reviewing multiple surveillance videos of the area in question.

“During the course of the investigation, numerous inconsistencies in the statements provided by the alleged victim were identified. Following a thorough investigation, detectives have determined the incident in question did not occur,” police stated.

“Police talked to businesses nearby and reviewed surveillance tapes in hopes of tracking down the suspect … no one witnessed the event, and the woman was never seen in any surveillance footage. Detectives reviewed hours of footage,” Fox 2 reported. “The woman could be charged with filing a false police report. … The prosecutor’s office will be reviewing the case, which could include a felony charge because the crime she reported — ethnic intimidation — is a felony.”

Hiller declined to comment further on the case. Lt. Matthew Lige with the Ann Arbor Police Department declined to comment Monday to The College Fix on the prosecutor’s decision not to file charges.

Florida Family Association has prepared an email for you to send that respectfully urges the Washtenaw County Prosecutors Office to reconsider their decision not to charge the Muslim in this hate-crime hoax.

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Contact information:

Steve Hiller
Deputy Chief Prosecutor
Washtenaw County Prosecutors Office
200 N. Main Street, Suite 300
Ann Arbor, MI 48107-8645
(734) 222-6603

Criminal Division
Brian L. Mackie, Prosecuting Attorney
(734) 222-6620

Author: ffa   20170220   Category: Islamophobia  FFA: on
Tags: Washtenaw, hate-crime hoax

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