This is from the College Fix.
A trio of black SUNY-Albany students, who alleged they had been attacked and subjected to racist slurs by a group of white men on a bus at the end of January, have now been charged with assault themselves.
All three face misdemeanor assault charges, while two also are dealing with “falsely reporting an incident.”
“Multiple videos of the incident” showed no evidence of the students’ claims, instead proving they were the antagonists. This included the “assault [of] a 19-year-old white woman.”
Fox News reports:
The women [Ariel Agudio, Asha Burwell, Alexis Briggs], all 20 years old, claimed they were attacked early on the morning of Jan. 30 while riding a bus. They claimed that they were called racial slurs and were physically attacked while bystanders looked on.
Police said surveillance and cellphone video, as well as eyewitness testimony, contradicted the women’s account. The white men Agudio, Burwell and Briggs claimed assaulted them were actually trying to break up the fight.
The article notes that Hillary Clinton hastily tweeted her support for the 3 students. Well, of course.
Wow, it seems like a really scary thing to have to hire college students these days. They don’t seem to be learning anything useful, they just seem to learn how to be divide other people up into groups and complain that they are being discriminated against. What good is that to an employer?