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Students at the University of Delaware are taking it hard after the discovery that an alleged hate crime was just a misunderstanding. Some students even insist a hate crime still occurred.So, even though there was no hate crime, it still happened because some people are only happy when they are pretending to be victims
The incident happened Tuesday night, when students thought they found several nooses hanging from a tree. Word quickly spread as campus officials swiftly released a statement condemning the foul hate crime. But come morning, police said a short investigation had led them to conclude the “nooses” were really just the remnants of paper lanterns from an event held all the way back in June.But still, even though there were no nooses, it was still a hate crime
Unperturbed by the truth, students launched an assembly following the incident to speak as though the hate crime really did happen. According to The News Journal, a local paper, the assembly was held “to find ways to change the campus climate” in the wake of the bad atmosphere apparently exposed by a fictional hate crime.
When the truth is found
To be lies
And all the joy
Within you dies. . .
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Those attending and those coordinating this event need to be recognized as the one(s) most likely to become the next active shooter on campus. The college should be proactive and have these people receive mandatory mental health counseling. Anything short of this would be negligence.ReplyDelete