Faked crime is a crime. After all the msm outlets jumped on the "Hate Crimes" allegation, it is not going to be charged as a hate crime after all.
The imam who recently accused two infidels of "hate speech" should, along with the accused, be given a lie detector test. Because if the imam is lying, he should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law -- the same law that he hopes will indict the two infidel boys. These false accusations will incite Muslim hate and violence against non-Muslims here and across the world (more here).
We know that imams lie. Anwar Awlaki was the go-to imam for all things Islam after 911 for a long while. The Times and WaPo were punked when it emerged that Awlaki was the imam to a couple of the 911 terrorists.
The imam to Zazi the nazi was indicted for lying. Zazi was the devout Muslim who planned to blow up the NYC subway, mass transit systems, sporting events, stadiums, His imam lied to authorities. He was indicted on perjury charges. He lied for Zazi so that Zazi could inflict as much murder and mayhem as he possibly could on NYC.
Is vehicular jihad hate crime? Just askin'
Eddie Crespo won't be charged with a hate crime for alleged beating of Queens imam Daily News (hat tip Whup T. Due)
Hate crime charges were dropped against an off-duty MTA Bridges and Tunnels officer accused of attacking a Queens imam in the subway, prosecutors said Tuesday.
The case against Eddie Crespo, 28, was dropped by a grand jury when it voted not to indict him on assault and robbery for the alleged Dec. 8 attack on Rod Peterson, officials said.
Crespo's pal, Albert Melendez, was indicted on a misdemeanor charge, rather than the felony counts he faced, officials said.
"What are you, a camel jockey?" Melendez, 30, allegedly yelled while grabbing Peterson, who has a criminal record, and hitting him in the face in the 3:25 a.m. confrontation on the northbound A-train platform at a Canal St. station.
Officials said Melendez, of Harlem, also shouted, "I don't like Muslims." Crespo, of Staten Island, was suspended without pay.
Prosecutors had said that Crespo, a five-year MTA officer, joined Melendez in the assault, but defense attorneys for the men argued that Crespo tried to break up a fight between Peterson and Melendez - which was sparked by a bump not bigotry.
Begs the question, how many reporters are going to update their readers to the actual facts?
Perhaps Crespo and Melendez should consider suing for defamation. CAIR can pound sand!