September 29, 2017
A New Hampshire hate crime story about an 8-year-old black child being lynched by white teenagers inspired by Charlottesville (that was seriously the narrative they were going for) got way more publicity than the recent racially motivated black mass shooting at a white church in Tennessee.
Well, turns out this is yet another hate crime hoax!
Internet sleuth “TurtleBoy” uncovered plenty of evidence (which fake news journalists ignored) suggesting that the whole racism story was part of a GoFundMe scam by a female wigger. When it comes to hate crime hoaxes of the type the Southern Poverty Law Center collects, it’s nothing but wiggers and niggers fleecing white liberals for cash with the help of media and professional “anti-racist” Jews mining for “kill whitey” political capital.
The parents of the white kids who witnessed the “victims” injuries are now responding to the Jewish and wigger blood libel against their families.
The parents of a teenager involved in last month’s hanging incident that injured an 8-year-old Claremont boy said it was “a complete backyard accident,” and not a racially motivated attack as the boy’s family has claimed.
In an interview published Saturday on the website of Newsweek magazine, Eric Sullivan and Rhianna Larkin acknowledged that their son attempted to prank the younger boy, who they said was startled and jumped off a picnic table with a rope around his neck.
But Larkin denied that her son pushed the younger boy and said her son came to the boy’s aid once he was dangling by his neck, and that the children involved were apologetic afterward.
“He said, ‘I ran to him and tried to stop him from spinning.’ He said, ‘I grabbed around his legs and at that time, the rope had come loose and I noticed he opened his eyes,’ and then he was able to talk and stand,” Larkin said in the interview. “And (my son) said he couldn’t apologize enough. Everyone was apologizing.”
The parents’ accounts, made public for the first time, contradict those of the injured boy’s family. The incident has drawn national attention and roiled the community.
“The articles that say they ran and left him to die,” Larkin said. “It makes me sick, so sick. I can’t imagine anyone doing that.”
Sullivan and Larkin, who are not in a relationship, said their families have been threatened and harassed since allegations emerged related to the Aug. 28 incident.
“I reported the threats to the police, and they said that these investigations can take months, and the only way I could protect myself and my children is to seriously consider relocating,” Larkin told the magazine. “I can barely afford where I live right now and I have no savings, so there is no possible way for me to relocate.”
She said her son told her he’d never directed racial slurs at the injured boy, as his family claims.
“Absolutely not,” she said.
Larkin said her son admitted they had been playing with the rope, with each older boy putting it around his neck.
Sullivan said there was no mention of racial taunting when police interviewed the families involved soon after the incident.
“I don’t think any of it is coming from (the boy),” he said. “I think it’s all coming from the grandmother and the mom. … I was there when the cops questioned them and there was no mention about any of this. (The boy) had the same story as the (teens).”
The incident became public a few days after it occurred when the boy’s mother, Cassandra Merlin, posted a photo of his injuries and a version of events to a Claremont Facebook page.
In a subsequent interview, the injured boy’s grandmother, Lorrie Slattery, said the alleged hanging occurred after the teens began calling her grandson racial epithets and threw sticks and rocks at his legs. Some or all of the boys then stepped onto a picnic table, Slattery said, and grabbed a nearby rope that had been part of a tire swing.
Slattery said it wasn’t the first time the neighborhood teens used racial slurs against her grandson, adding she heard the term “lynched” was used during the incident.
Slattery told the Valley News that no adults witnesses what happened, so her account was largely pieced together from children, including the injured boy and his sister.
Sullivan, 32, told the magazine that the incident took place shortly before 5 p.m. on Aug. 28, when the boy and a group of neighborhood teens were playing by Sullivan’s home near Barnes Park. Sullivan and Larkin live about a mile apart, according to Newsweek.
Larkin said her son was daring another teen to climb a tree when he saw the 8-year-old boy standing on the picnic table.
She said her son initially did not notice the rope was around the younger boy’s neck because it was obscured by the boy’s hooded sweatshirt.
Unaware of the rope, she said, her son then decided to sneak up on the boy.
Larkin told the magazine her son jumped onto the table and yelled “Gggggrrrrrr,” and the startled boy jumped off, hanging himself.
Sullivan said it wasn’t true that the other teens fled the yard and left the boy dangling.
“The boys weren’t there; they were on the other side of the fence at (Barnes Park),” he said. “They couldn’t even hear or see him.”
So this whore and her mother instructed the kid to lie.
By the way here is the “8-year-old black child”:
On their GoFundMe page, the grandma and mother used a picture of the child in a black people costume (flatbill cap, etc) with a sun tan. This is gypsy tier bullshit.
Damn, 51k? That buys mommy a lot of heroin and tattoos!
On the one hand I love the idea of ripping off rich white liberals so garbage people can buy high powered weed while laughing at them. On the other hand, when media Jews and their journalist cadre peddle hoaxes like this they incite low-IQ blacks to commit real acts of racial violence, as seen in the recent church shooting they’re desperately trying to cover up.
America may be collapsing into a dirt poor third world shit hole where honest work pays nothing, but fake racism remains very lucrative!
Now even counterfeit hate crimes suffered by counterfeit black people (paging SHAUN KING) can get you a quick 5 figures.