#BlackLivesMatter Activist Learns the Hard Way That Reporting Fake Crime is a Crime

In December, 2012, Black Lives Matter activist, 25-year-old Kayla-Simone McKelvey, tweeted racist threats against a black student and faculty at Kean University on the very same night she attended a rally to protest racial intolerance on college campuses.

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Three and a half years later– McKelvey pled guilty to charges related to reporting a false crime. She faces up to 90 days in jail and $82,000 in restitution to cover cost of police response fees. WND reports:

McKelvey and her attorney had hoped to have her sentenced to participate in a pretrial intervention program that would have avoided jail time, but that request was denied last week.

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Following her guilty plea, state prosecutors reportedly will recommend McKelvey be sentenced to 90 days in jail and that she pay restitution of about $82,000 to cover the costs of the police response and heightened security at the university caused by her threats.

The $82,000 fine is the equivalent of three-and-a-half years of in-state tuition at the university.

McKelvey will be back in court for sentencing June 17.

Black activists are committing fake crimes and playing the victim. When will the black community call out these people and disavow their crimes?

At least one man has. Jesse Lee Peterson, author of The Antidote: Healing America From the Poison of Hate, Blame and Victimhood, told WND that he wasn’t surprised at all to discover that this was done by a black person or that it was a hoax.

“You’ve got to realize that for the last 60 years black people – not all but most – have used racism to intimidate white folks,” Peterson said. “They’ve gained so much material wealth from it, jobs, they’ve gotten into white universities based on color, not ability. And so they’ve gained a lot, and they can’t let this idea that racism exists go away.”

“Power and wealth – that’s all it’s about,” Peterson added. “Taking it away from the whites and giving it to the blacks. White fear drives these blacks to commit these false accusations of racism. Racism has always been and it still is a fake illusion; it’s not there.”

McKelvey is not the only one to create threats on behalf of Black Lives matter. Twenty-year-old Charles Hollins was also charged for making a threat of mass violence for sending out a Tweet about killing all the white people in La Plata, Maryland. The only difference was that his was an actual threat, not a fake one. The same is true of Latausha Nedd, who waved around a gun and a machete and called for “blacks to take police officer’s guns, take over police stations, and kill white people.”

While jail may not be the proper sentence for this crime, the fines could certainly be, because police responded to a hoax. Hopefully, if the law is upheld, and the fines are imposed, McKelvey will be made as an example for others who contemplate such actions. If not, it will only encourage lawlessness.



Tim Brown

Tim Brown is an author and Editor at FreedomOutpost.com, SonsOfLibertyMedia.com, GunsInTheNews.com and TheWashingtonStandard.com. He is husband to his "more precious than rubies" wife, father of 10 "mighty arrows", jack of all trades, Christian and lover of liberty. He resides in the U.S. occupied Great State of South Carolina. Tim is also an affiliate for the Joshua Mark 5 AR/AK hybrid semi-automatic rifle.

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