News reports omit race of man arrested for hate crime hoax. College Fix determines he’s black.

I couldn’t find a mugshot of the perp so the (((powers that be))) are still protecting a Negro racial hoaxer.

The College Fix

Recent headlines declared that the suspect police say is responsible for racially charged graffiti found at the University of Maryland has been arrested, but none of those reports indicated the race of the suspect.

The College Fix, after repeatedly calling and emailing the university for comment, finally received an answer Wednesday. The 18-year-old suspect, Terrell Demonte Alexander, is black, a public information officer with the University of Maryland Police Department confirmed via email.

Recent articles by The Washington Post, Associated Press, NBC, The Baltimore Sun and the Diamondback campus newspaper about the arrest did not include that information. The University of Maryland Police Department also had not included that information on its statement about the arrest.

The College Fix sent email inquiries about Alexander’s race to the Diamondback (including its editor-in-chief), the Sun’s Liz Bowie, and WaPo’s Lynh Bui. None responded.

Alexander has been charged by police with two misdemeanor counts of malicious destruction of property and two misdemeanor counts of damage to property of certain classes of persons or groups, police said in their statement. If found guilty, he can face as much as three years in jail and a fine of $5,000, the police stated.

The Jan. 10 arrest warrant stemmed from “racially charged writings” found on campus in late October and early November, according to the police statement.

“We take incidents of hate-bias in our community very seriously, which is reflected in the extensive effort to identify the individual responsible,” University Police Chief David Mitchell said in his statement, adding that officers nabbed the suspect using a forensic investigation of writing samples, security footage reviews, and witness interviews.

The Diamondback reports that Alexander is a former University of Maryland employee. This marks the second time in recent months that a black UMd employee has been accused of hate-crime hoaxes. Another black former employee, 52-year-old Ronald Alford, was arrested on a similar charge last fall.

Recently the University of Maryland ditched its state song due to its Confederacy connections, launched a massive new censorship effort, and deemed “hate speech” as a cult activity.

Throw the book at Terrell. Meanwhile, given the anti-white bias at the University of Maryland, that university needs to experience some real hate speech. Administrators need to be told by taxpayers exactly what their anti-white bias is going to lead to.

6 thoughts on “News reports omit race of man arrested for hate crime hoax. College Fix determines he’s black.

  1. To paraphrase a famous quote “if Nazis did not exist it would be necessary to invent them”.

    An extreme of this black man spraying KKK or Nazi slogans, would be media journalists doing exactly the same thing.Then reporting the “hate” as though whites had done it.

  2. “The Jan. 10 arrest warrant stemmed from “racially charged writings””

    Much graffiti worldwide fits this description. Whenever I see the sprayed word “NIGGAZ” it makes my blood boil. This is not done on the Sydney train network by KKK or Nazis but by young unemployed welfare bums (Wiggers and mildly tinted scum) who spend all night vandalizing then sleep all day.. NIGGAZ is anti white “racially charged writings”

  3. Things were getting too quiet for Terrell. He also needed some extra hip money and some other freebies to tide him over because he spent everything down at Mohammed Stop and Shop on lottery tickets and Old English 800. Since he couldn’t very well send an invitation to the Klan or the Nazis to put on a parade he decided to take matters into his own hands. Busted! However, it still works out for Terrell since the half wit administration is on full alert and willing to cover him no matter the price. He only gets half his fair share but half is better than nothing. Especially when it’s free.

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