WHAT A SHOCK! Person Behind White-Supremacist Symbol Painted At College Will Surprise You

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Well, what do you know?…

It tuns out that the man charged with spray-painting a swastika inside a residence hall at the University of Maryland in September is black, according to court records.

Officials for the school discovered the swastika on a trash cart inside the fifth floor of Hagerstown Hall.

University of Maryland police say 52-year-old Ronald Alford Sr. was served a criminal summons on Thursday and faces several charges including destruction of property and disturbing the operations of a school. Alford will not be allowed back on campus.

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Source: Fox 5 DC

Fox 5 DC reports:

University of Maryland police say 52-year-old Ronald Alford Sr. was served a criminal summons on Thursday and faces several charges including destruction of property and disturbing the operations of a school. Alford will not be allowed back on campus.

Officials discovered the swastika painted on a trash cart at Hagerstown Hall, a residence hall on campus, on September 27.

FOX 5 went by an address listed for Alford and the man who came to the door said no comment when asked about the incident.

Police have not revealed if Alford has a connection to campus or how he accessed the residence hall. Studentstold FOX 5 the swastika was found inside on the fifth floor.

This is far from the first time that something like this has occurred.

“Rape”-by-white-men-hoax concocter Tawana Brawley with long-time racial instigator Al Sharpton in the late 1980s (Source: http://astuteblogger.blogspot.com)

Especially over the last decade, the discovery of racist symbols, graffiti, etc. has frequently led to a virtue-signaling uproar. For example, in late August, a Greek life camping retreat sponsored by the University of Mississippi was canceled after a group of black students discovered a discarded banana peel in a tree (which turned out to have been discarded by a senior accounting major who could not find a trash can nearby).

But this phenomenon started well before that. On this very day ten years ago (October 17, 2007), Ann Coulter wrote the following about:

“… hoax hate crimes on college campuses. 

— In 1997, at Duke University, a black doll was found hanging by a noose from a tree at the precise spot where the Black Student Alliance was to be holding a rally against racism. Two black students later admitted they were the culprits and were immediately praised for bringing attention to the problem of racism on campus. Indeed, four years later the president of Duke gave a baccalaureate address nostalgically describing the hoax as a ‘protest’ against racism. Next stop: the Nobel Peace Prize. 

— In 2003, vile racial epithets were scrawled on the dorm room doors at Ole Miss, producing mass protests and a ‘Say No to Racism’ march. And then it turned out the graffiti had been written by black students, against whom no charges were brought. A ‘Say Yes to Racism’ rally at Ole Miss was later canceled due to lack of interest. 

— In 2005, obscenity-laced racist and anti-Semitic messages appeared on dormitory walls at the College of Wooster in Ohio. The fliers were instantly blamed on ‘typical white males,’ even though all the letter I’s in the epithets were dotted with little hearts. Breadcrumbs left by the culprits included the message ‘Vote Goldwater’ among the obscenities. The matter was dropped and flushed down the memory hole when the perpetrators turned out to be a group of leftist students led by a black studies major.”

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