Member When Black Church Was Torched By AA?

Initally called a hate crime because of Trump grafitti???

https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/12/22/506558131/parishioner-arrested-for-november-arson-of-black-church-in-mississippi

Parishioner Arrested For November Arson Of Black Church In Mississippi

Nearly two months after a black church in Greenville, Miss., was torched and painted with pro-Trump graffiti, a member of the church has been arrested and charged with the crime.

"The Mississippi Department of Public Safety says 45-year-old Andrew McClinton is charged with arson of a place of worship in connection to the fire at the Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Greenville on Nov. 1," Mark Rigsby of Mississippi Public Broadcasting reports.

"Vote Trump" was spray-painted on the side of the church. The church burning, just days before the election, received widespread attention.

As NPR reported at the time, Greenville's mayor called the incident a hate crime; the FBI opened a civil rights investigation, but said it was too early to determine if the arson was motivated by hate.

McClinton attended the church, The Associated Press reports, and officials have not indicated a motive for the alleged crime.

Mike Chaney, the Mississippi insurance commissioner and state fire marshal, told the wire service it was possible the vandalism was an act of misdirection.

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He looks....happy?

Just raising awareness........

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

of scores of other hoaxs.

Remember when a black church was shot up by a white dude?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dylann_Roof


Dur dur dur, hoaxes happen, therefore real things don't.

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Slowshot - Remember when a black church was shot up by a white dude?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dylann_Roof


Dur dur dur, hoaxes happen, therefore real things don't.

How does it feel to be this retarded?

czwthemerph - 
Slowshot - Remember when a black church was shot up by a white dude?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dylann_Roof


Dur dur dur, hoaxes happen, therefore real things don't.

How does it feel to be this retarded?

It feels decent.

Slowshot - Remember when a black church was shot up by a white dude?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dylann_Roof


Dur dur dur, hoaxes happen, therefore real things don't.

I accidentally voted you up. 
 


Just clarifying that no one agrees with your stupidity. 

Member when CrimeCorn was so desperate for attention he spammed the forum with threads and had to have mods/admins step in and tell him to stop? 

 

Someone's desperate. 

FETT_Lay'n'PrayNINJA -

Member when CrimeCorn was so desperate for attention he spammed the forum with threads and had to have mods/admins step in and tell him to stop? 


 


Someone's desperate. 

REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

Slowshot - Remember when a black church was shot up by a white dude?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dylann_Roof


Dur dur dur, hoaxes happen, therefore real things don't.

On June 17th no less. And he had a ton of social media posts with a confederate flag...


 


Then the police calmly and politely arrested him with no force even though they knew he had a gun on him. 


 


 


Yeah, I remember. 

camicom -

Initally called a hate crime because of Trump grafitti???


https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/12/22/506558131/parishioner-arrested-for-november-arson-of-black-church-in-mississippi


Parishioner Arrested For November Arson Of Black Church In Mississippi


Nearly two months after a black church in Greenville, Miss., was torched and painted with pro-Trump graffiti, a member of the church has been arrested and charged with the crime.



"The Mississippi Department of Public Safety says 45-year-old Andrew McClinton is charged with arson of a place of worship in connection to the fire at the Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Greenville on Nov. 1," Mark Rigsby of Mississippi Public Broadcasting reports.


"Vote Trump" was spray-painted on the side of the church. The church burning, just days before the election, received widespread attention.


As NPR reported at the time, Greenville's mayor called the incident a hate crime; the FBI opened a civil rights investigation, but said it was too early to determine if the arson was motivated by hate.


McClinton attended the church, The Associated Press reports, and officials have not indicated a motive for the alleged crime.


Mike Chaney, the Mississippi insurance commissioner and state fire marshal, told the wire service it was possible the vandalism was an act of misdirection.

REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!