Alleged: a dozen violent and racist white students harassed, threatened, used N-word and attacked three black coeds -- beating them badly, for no cause other than the color of their skin.
CBS News, the politicians and the Daily News condemned the violence with the Albany college president decrying the 'constant' violence against blacks.
Wednesday Albany police charged the three black women with assault, and charged two of them with filing a false police report about the racial violence.
The 3 'victims' did not keep their stories straight, but if they had been successful, not only would they have made money through fame and law suits (theft) but they could have led to innocent white male college students being arrested and losing their educations.
Liars destroy lives.
Here is Asha Burwell's tweets. She even had injuries.
“I can’t believe I just experienced what it’s like to be beaten because of the color of my skin.”
What she 'can't believe' we should believe her, and not 'believe it' either.
Note the passive language of "to be beaten" in spite of the intrusive nature of a physical assault.
“I begged for people to help us and instead of help they told us to "shut he f*ck up" and continuously hit us in the head.”
Note the order of events above.
Next note the "people" she "begged" for help. This sounds as if it is a crowd watching (gender neutral) rather than the "12 white males" alleged by her in the police report. The "people" refused to help "and continuously..."
"I got beat up by 20 people screaming racial slurs. A whole bunch of guys started hitting me and my two friends."
Note that the first sentence, "I got beat up by 20 people" has the reliable pronoun and the perfect past tense verb, yet used the gender neutral term, "people" which later changed to "guys." The structure of the first sentence, being strong, gives us insight into the subject's personality: She is a habitual liar; one who fabricates reality, and one who will trouble society in ways far worse than this crime.