You would think that some people would learn by now to stop blaming the black guy. But noooo.
"On Thursday, Pastor George Hunley called police to report that he had been robbed and shot twice after being a “Good Samaritan” and stopping to help a multi-racial couple who appeared to be having car trouble.
Hunley says the husband — a “black man” — brandished a gun and demanded money. The 54-year-old Louisa, Virginia, pastor claimed a struggle ensued resulting in him sustaining two gunshot wounds to the leg before he was able to escape.
During the police call, Hunley claimed his attacker had a white female partner wearing a stocking cap. He also claimed they had a baby in their late model Ford Taurus.
However, it only took a day for police to determine that this altercation was all a lie. They arrested the pastor for making false statements to police. Hunley has been released but is charged with the misdemeanor.
According to law enforcement, his story unraveled when they found no evidence of blood in his car and found the wallet and checkbook that he claimed was taken.
“Everything right now points to us believing there was no armed robbery,” Louisa Sheriff’s Office Major Don Lowe explained to CBS6. “There was no bi-racial couple, none of that really happened.”
Hunley may also have to pay back expenses related to the police search for his “robbers.” Police have not offered an explanation on how the pastor received the bullet wounds." [Source]
Didn't someone tell Pastor Hunley what the good book says about lying?
I guess it's cool to lie on the black man when you live in a country where black six year olds with special needs are getting the business from the po po.
"Ridgeland Police in Mississippi showed up at Paul and Angela Thompson Roby’s home looking for Angela’s brother Carneigio Gray.
Once police found him and began to arrest Gray on contempt charges, the Roby’s six-year-old son pleaded for officers not to hurt his uncle.
That’s when the young boy’s parents say police pointed their weapons at him. His parents say he is special needs.
Paul and Angela tell Mississippi’s Fox 40 News their son’s grandmother asked the officers not to point their guns at her grandson.
Fox 40’s Shderia Thompson says the parents have contacted the FBI and Attorney General’s Office, but have not filed an official complaint with the Ridgeland Police Department." [Source]
They don't take chances with young Negroes in Mississippi. I guess some things never change.