FAKE HATE: 'Yellow Sticky Substance' On Mayor's Car Was Pollen, Not 'Hate' VandalismChris Menahan
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Lamar Mayor Darnell Byrd-McPherson thought she was the victim of a "hate crime" last month after finding her car one morning covered with a "yellow sticky substance."
In a statement she sent to WPDE in early February, a defiant McPherson said, "Love conquers hate and my husband and I refuse to be intimidated by those who perpetrated this act of vandalism which I classify as an act of hatred."
She said that during the 70s "crosses were burned in the yard of our home when my Mother was involved with the civil rights movement."
As WPDE reported, "Byrd-McPherson referenced how bills are being introduced to address hate crimes in the South Carolina General Assembly. She added hate crimes are on the rise in the state."
Police investigated the incident and determined it was just pollen.
“We found it to be pollen,” [Darlington County Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Robby Kilgo] explained in an interview with Newsweek. “There was no reason for us to collect a sample.”What a great way to spend police resources.
If they ever track down the racist tree (or flower) behind this hate crime they should be sure to throw the book at it!
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