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Election Inspires Phony Sexual Assault Claim

Wednesday, November 23, 2016 7:33
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Given the blizzard of hoaxes we have been experiencing, it is probably best not to believe any tales of oppression you might read on Fakebook. From the state of Washington:

On November 11, the Kirkland Police Department received an email from a concerned citizen. It was a Facebook post from a female who stated she was sexually assaulted. She said Kirkland Police responded but would not investigate the case or even file a police report.

After a weeklong investigation officials finally tracked down the author of the original post at her work in Kirkland.

During the interview, the woman admitted she fabricated the entire event, and no assault occurred, and the Kirkland Police were never called.

Her reason: she was “distraught over the recent election.”

Maybe she was trying to raise awareness about how the police don’t care about rape victims in the world of her imagination. As a moonbat pretending to have been victimized, she belongs on the Hate Hoax List.

On a tip from Billybob Bob.

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