The alleged crime happened, last month. Olander D. Cuthrell, a Virginia minister, said racists painted slurs on his home and torched it.
A Petersburg minister whose Chesterfield County house was set on fire last month and sparked a potential hate crime probe has been charged with setting the fires himself.
Chesterfield police arrested and charged Olander D. Cuthrell, 41, of the 7800 block of Little Ridge Court, on two counts of felony arson. Cuthrell is a minister at Good Shepherd Baptist Church in Petersburg.
Michelle Malkin has tracked the “self-victimization/manufactured racism impulse” of leftists for years. This is just the latest example among many.
Last month, she reported on Oberlin College: Still manufacturing hate crimes hoaxes after all these years where a student wrapped in a blanket was mistaken for a KKK member.
Rod Dreher comments…
They shut the college down and are forcing everyone to go to a day of political re-education and communal shrieking because of Linus Van Pelt.
It costs over $50,000 per year to attend this pants-wetting academy.
Malkin’s previous hate crime hoax coverage:
Hate crime hoaxer of the month: Sharmeka Moffitt
Blame Righty: A condensed history
Not again: Another act of Democrat vandalism falsely blamed on Tea Party
How the Left fakes the hate: A primer
The most convoluted Tea Party=RAAACIST smear ever
Unhinged update: Left-wing hate-crime hoaxer pleads guilty in Denver
Another racial hoax crime with the New Black Panther Party seal of approval
Busted: She made it all up
Why that McCain volunteer’s “mutilation” story smells awfully weird; Update: Police to administer polygraph; conflicting evidence at scene; Update: Hoaxer confesses
Fertile ground for fake hate
The left fakes the hate at GWU
Hate crime hoax at Ole Miss
Colleges perfect milieu for hate crime hoaxes
Unhinged: The Mugshot Collection [scroll down to Kerri Dunn]
Another hate crime hoax
Crimes of the phantoms
Tawana Brawley goes to college
Muslim “hate crimes”
Myth of the Muslim hate crime epidemic