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A 12-year-old African-American girl who claimed she was mobbed by a group of three white male classmates who pinned her down and cut off what they called her "nappy" and "ugly" dreadlocks made national and international news last week and a GoFundMe campaign was launched in her name.
The girl's story was picked up by CNN, The New York Times, BBC News and countless other outlets, all of which included the alleged race of the "victim" and the "assailants" in their headlines.
CNN's Keith Boykin reported the story as though it was fact (UPDATE: He deleted the tweet but it's archived here.:
The story was highlighted by Democratic congresswoman Rashida Tlaib:
A protest in Virginia was organized with Mike Pence and his wife somehow being blamed:
It was all based on a lie.
From The Washington Post, "Virginia sixth-grader now says she falsely accused classmates of cutting her hair" (It's amazing how race is suddenly not a factor!):
The sixth-grade girl at a private Virginia school who accused three classmates last week of forcibly cutting her hair now says the allegations were false, according to statements from the girl’s family and the principal at Immanuel Christian School in Springfield. School officials met with the girl and her family Monday morning before releasing the statement.Don't make us laugh with talk of "consequences."
There's not going to be any consequences.
The most noteworthy part of this story is this girl allegedly getting a bit of her hair cut off made international news while the murder of John Weed was ignored.
UPDATE: Here's how the New York Times decided to cover the follow-up story:
Can their agenda get any more transparent?
UPDATE II: WUSA9, who broke the initial story, deleted their video report from their website and YouTube where they went absolutely all in on this hoax and treated it as though it was entirely real (it's archived within this video).
"She's black and the three students who did this to her were white," reporter Mikea Turner said without any qualifiers.
WUSA9 host Annie Yu went on a long rant about the white kids who "attacked her" and lamented "the amount of hatred and rage that they're carrying within themselves to carry out this act."
WUSA9 and Mikea Turner also did a follow-up report bringing the girl on air to praise her hair and "black girl magic":
WUSA9 updated their articles to reveal it was a hoax and she "cut her own hair" but added this line to the end of their report: "Due to the girl's age and the circumstances, WUSA9 is no longer using the identity of her or her family."
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