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In case you missed it...5 days ago 3 black women who go to UAlbany said they were attacked by a group of 10-12 white women and men on a CDTA bus yelling racial slurs at them.

http://www.timesunion.com/local/article/UAlbany-student-alleges-racially-motivated-6795325.php

And, as usual, it's bullsh!t.

http://www.timesunion.com/local/article/CDTA-video-of-alleged-UAlbany-attack-not-6810029.php





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I see what you did there...you win the internet
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I see what you did there...you win the internet


not me...see & READ the thread title....buck gets the nod  
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so it go's....


http://www.timesunion.com/tupl.....ments-in-6815862.php

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The evidence shared by prosecutors with community leaders in the 10 days since an alleged racial assault on three black female University at Albany students is broader than just surveillance video of the early morning fracas onboard a CDTA bus.
The presentation last Friday included excerpts from statements given to police by other passengers on the bus — among them other students of color — that do not support the women's account of a racially charged assault, according to two people who saw them.
Alice Green, a longtime Albany social justice activist who attended the briefing, confirmed Monday that the PowerPoint presentation at the district attorney's office covered more than just the videos that have so far garnered much of the attention in the aftermath of the Jan. 30 incident.
"We were shown other things," Green said. "The statements were abbreviated, but the essence of it was that there was some contradiction, and that there were people of color on the bus and they're saying they didn't hear any racial slurs and they didn't see any group attack (the women)."

This is a TU+ story. Click for more information.
Green said the group was also shown a photograph of a young white woman alleged to have suffered a black eye in the fracas, a seating chart of where the alleged participants were sitting and were allowed to listen to the 911 calls made by the black women who told police they were called racial slurs and beaten by a larger group of people that included white men. (Two of the three accusers were evaluated at Albany Medical Center Hospital for what police described as "very minor abrasions" on their faces.)
"From what we were presented, it was difficult to see evidence, if there was evidence, of any of those things happening," Green said.
The allegations spread explosively on social media and have garnered national attention — especially in the wake of a large, on-campus rally last week.
District Attorney David Soares said he previewed the investigation for community and university leaders in hopes of calming tensions on campus, which he said have been inflamed by "hearsay" on social media that has traveled faster than the formal investigation.
Green has not said whether she believes or disbelieves the women's story, but she said Monday that she felt it is important that the public understand that the body of evidence so far collected by prosecutors and the University Police Department amounts to more than the videos from onboard the bus and other riders' smartphones.
Those recordings, Green has said, depict a brief, chaotic scene at the back of the bus but do not clearly show the three women being assaulted by a group of people, nor are any racial slurs audible. Authorities are waiting on a State Police enhancement of the recordings to see if there is anything not audible in the raw video.
Green, who has been critical of Soares' office in the past, has said "nothing is clear-cut at all" from the videos alone and that it's difficult to tell what's happening on the bus, which was crowded with students traveling back to campus from downtown.
University Police Deputy Chief Aran Mull declined to comment on the investigation or the evidence that was shared in the Friday briefing, which was attended by Chief Frank Wiley. But Mull said investigators are searching out every piece of relevant information.
"Our folks have been incredibly thorough," Mull said. "We're not looking to prove one side right or wrong. We're looking at the evidence objectively."
Bernard Bryan, president of the Albany branch of the NAACP, was present for part of Friday's briefing but left before the videos were shown.
Bryan declined to discuss the details of what was shared but praised the transparency demonstrated by police and prosecutors because "the severity and the community and civic ramifications raised by some of the allegations require that there not be a cloak of secrecy.''
"It's a process that has to try to determine the truth," Bryan said. "It's my hope that once everything is considered, we're able to make this a teachable moment for the future leaders of our country ... and that we figure out a way for all to be treated fairly and that there be no lasting recrimination on either side and that there's conciliation on both sides."
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A slap on the wrist, UAlbany President Robert Jones needs to expel these students and then resign himself.



New York Penal - Article 240 - § 240.50 Falsely Reporting an Incident in the Third Degree

§ 240.50 Falsely reporting an incident in the third degree.
    A  person  is  guilty  of  falsely  reporting an incident in the third
  degree when, knowing the information reported, conveyed or circulated to
  be false or baseless, he or she:
    1. Initiates or circulates a false report or  warning  of  an  alleged
  occurrence  or impending occurrence of a crime, catastrophe or emergency
  under circumstances in which it is not unlikely  that  public  alarm  or
  inconvenience will result; or
    2. Reports, by word or action, to an official or quasi-official agency
  or   organization  having  the  function  of  dealing  with  emergencies
  involving danger to life or property, an alleged occurrence or impending
  occurrence of a catastrophe or emergency which did not in fact occur  or
  does not in fact exist; or
    3. Gratuitously reports to a law enforcement officer or agency (a) the
  alleged  occurrence  of  an  offense  or incident which did not in fact
  occur; or
(b)  an  allegedly  impending  occurrence  of  an  offense  or
  incident  which  in fact is not about to occur; or (c) false information
  relating to an actual offense or incident or to the alleged  implication
  of some person therein; or
    4.  Reports,  by word or action, an alleged occurrence or condition of
  child abuse or maltreatment or abuse or neglect of a  vulnerable  person
  which did not in fact occur or exist to:
    (a) the statewide central register of child abuse and maltreatment, as
  defined  in  title  six of article six of the social services law or the
  vulnerable persons' central register as defined  in  article  eleven  of
  such law, or
    (b)  any  person  required to report cases of suspected child abuse or
  maltreatment  pursuant  to  subdivision  one  of  section  four  hundred
  thirteen  of  the  social  services  law or to report cases of suspected
  abuse or neglect of a vulnerable person pursuant to section four hundred
  ninety-one of such law, knowing that the person is  required  to  report
  such  cases,  and  with  the  intent  that such an alleged occurrence be
  reported to  the  statewide  central  register  or  vulnerable  persons'
  central register.
   Falsely  reporting  an  incident  in  the  third  degree  is a class A
  misdemeanor.
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A slap on the wrist, UAlbany President Robert Jones needs to expel these students and then resign himself.


Doesn't fit the narrative.





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Quoted from RPEGCL
A slap on the wrist, UAlbany President Robert Jones needs to expel these students and then resign himself.



New York Penal - Article 240 - § 240.50 Falsely Reporting an Incident in the Third Degree

§ 240.50 Falsely reporting an incident in the third degree.
    A  person  is  guilty  of  falsely  reporting an incident in the third
  degree when, knowing the information reported, conveyed or circulated to
  be false or baseless, he or she:
    1. Initiates or circulates a false report or  warning  of  an  alleged
  occurrence  or impending occurrence of a crime, catastrophe or emergency
  under circumstances in which it is not unlikely  that  public  alarm  or
  inconvenience will result; or
    2. Reports, by word or action, to an official or quasi-official agency
  or   organization  having  the  function  of  dealing  with  emergencies
  involving danger to life or property, an alleged occurrence or impending
  occurrence of a catastrophe or emergency which did not in fact occur  or
  does not in fact exist; or
    3. Gratuitously reports to a law enforcement officer or agency (a) the
  alleged  occurrence  of  an  offense  or incident which did not in fact
  occur; or
(b)  an  allegedly  impending  occurrence  of  an  offense  or
  incident  which  in fact is not about to occur; or (c) false information
  relating to an actual offense or incident or to the alleged  implication
  of some person therein; or
    4.  Reports,  by word or action, an alleged occurrence or condition of
  child abuse or maltreatment or abuse or neglect of a  vulnerable  person
  which did not in fact occur or exist to:
    (a) the statewide central register of child abuse and maltreatment, as
  defined  in  title  six of article six of the social services law or the
  vulnerable persons' central register as defined  in  article  eleven  of
  such law, or
    (b)  any  person  required to report cases of suspected child abuse or
  maltreatment  pursuant  to  subdivision  one  of  section  four  hundred
  thirteen  of  the  social  services  law or to report cases of suspected
  abuse or neglect of a vulnerable person pursuant to section four hundred
  ninety-one of such law, knowing that the person is  required  to  report
  such  cases,  and  with  the  intent  that such an alleged occurrence be
  reported to  the  statewide  central  register  or  vulnerable  persons'
  central register.
   Falsely  reporting  an  incident  in  the  third  degree  is a class A
  misdemeanor.


agree 100%....after jail time i hope
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The girls had good intentions behind the false report. To stir up racial tension on campus.  This was college campus activism 101.  


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The girls had good intentions behind the false report. To stir up racial tension on campus.  This was college campus activism 101.  


about 50 years too late.....
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see the bus videos now....draw your own story


http://www.theepochtimes.com/n.....rged-with-the-crime/
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Wow lots of great video of the woman being beat, oh right of her beating the Sh-- out of some guy.

http://www.timesunion.com/loca.....03.php#photo-9452275
Charges filed against UAlbany students who claimed bias attack
Black women faked claim of attack by whites, police say


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From the beginning, it appears the women knew there was potential for the allegations to be inflammatory, at they threatened to go public if police did not respond immediately.
"It was a racial crime. They were calling us [N-word] and all this stuff," Agudio tells a 911 dispatcher, according to a copy of the call released by police. "And if someone doesn't come and take this down or something, I'm going to call the news."
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Now all we need is the UAlbany head to resign




"Approval ratings go up and down for various reasons... An example is the high post 911 support for
GWB even though he could be said to be responsible for the event." --- Box A Rox '9/11 Truther'

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