Black Students Charged For Hate Crime Hoax, Attacked White Passengers

Three black girls who are students of University of Albany have been charged for fabricating a hate crime and for attacking white passengers on the bus.

Ariel Agudio, Asha Burwell and Alexis Briggs, all students of University of Albany, all 20 years old, reporting a racially motivated incident against them on the bus.

What they didn’t realize was the whole incident was recorded by the bus’ camera, and when the recording was presented, it backfired against them.

Once the incident went public, the police acted immediately. The police couldn’t find any evidence to back up their claim, instead they found another evidence, which in the matter of fact, acted against them.

Not only the white passengers didn’t assault them, it was the other way around. They assaulted the white passengers and caught recorded calling a girl ‘White Bitch’.

“The evidence shows that, contrary to how the defendants originally portrayed things, these three individuals were not the victims of a crime,” University Police Chief Frank Wiley said in a statement.

“The evidence indicates they were actually the aggressors in the physical altercation, and that they continued to assault the victim despite the efforts of several passengers to stop them,” the statement said. “What happened on the bus was not a ‘hate crime.’ … The only person we heard uttering racial epithets was one of the defendants.”

Mark Mishler, an attorney to Ms. Agudio, called the charges “unfortunate” and ask the public not to judge his client so quickly, despite the girls asking the public to judge those other passengers as quickly as possible.

“This matter is now in the hands of the criminal justice system,” he said. “I look forward to the resolution of this case.”

The video of the three black female students assaulting the white passengers can be seen below;

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