Grand jury indicts Jussie Smollett on 16 counts for faking ‘racist & homophobic’ attack on himself
A Chicago grand jury handed down the indictments related to two separate police interviews in which Smollett spun his intricate hoax, first reporting the phony homophobic and racist attack and later giving additional details of the fraudulent assault.Also on rt.com Trans activist accused of burning down his own home, killing pets, in proto-Smollett hate hoax
The 'facts' of the phony hate crime narrative – in which two masked men yelled racial and homophobic slurs, beat him up, put a noose around his neck, and poured bleach on him – provide the basis of the first set of charges. The second set is based on lurid details of the fake attack that came out later, including how the attackers approached him from behind, their “tussling” on the ground, the feeling of someone pulling on his neck, and – critical to the race-baiting narrative – the fact that the culprits were white males and that Smollett was able to see this because their masks didn’t cover the men’s eyes.Also on rt.com Jussie Smollett’s hate crime hoax exposes America’s shocking skepticism shortage
Each of the charges carries a potential sentence of up to four years, though local media reports ‘experts’ believe he might strike a plea deal to avoid prison. Smollett already pleaded not guilty to an earlier charge of disorderly conduct last month and was released on $100,000 bond.
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