HATE HOAX: Teen's Story About Being 'Kidnapped by White Supremacists' Was A LieChris Menahan
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No one could have predicted this.
From ABC 13:
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Houston police say there is no evidence to support the claims made by a teenager that white supremacists abducted him, injured him and threatened him.
Michelle Lee, the teen's mother, told Eyewitness News her son managed to escape the gun-wielding kidnappers.Note, his mother (pictured above) released these texts:
The story was an obvious hoax from the very beginning as Turtle Boy Sports exposed last month, nonetheless ABC 13 reporter Erica Simon ran with it like crazy.
After the hoax was exposed, she dropped this gem saying the real question is "what DID happen to Zavion."
The real question is why she ran with such an obvious hoax.
While the truth is being brushed over and ignored, the fake story went mega-viral.
People went to the falsely accused family's house and harassed them:
For police not to press charges in this case is an absolute disgrace. Tons of police resources were wasted investigating this hoax and an innocent family was framed and harassed at their home.
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