Thursday, April 4, 2013

Hate crime hoax: A black minister at a Virginia church faces charges of setting his house and car in Chesterfield County on fire

Chesterfield County police had investigated the fires as a possible hate crime because a racial slur had been painted on the house. Police believe that 41-year-old Olander D. Cuthrell, who is black, painted the slurs on his home before he set it on fire. Police have charged Cuthrell with two felony arson counts following a joint investigation with the FBI. In a press release, authorities say that they treat allegations of hate crimes as serious matters. The fires occurred March 15, 2013. One fire was set on the front porch of Cuthrell’s house. The other was set in a car. Cuthrell is a minister of music at Good Shepherd Baptist Church in Petersburg. He is being held without bond at the Chesterfield County Jail. An April 17, 2013 hearing is set in Chesterfield County General District Court.


Anonymous said...

I think we get it now. All these hate crimes are hoaxes.

Anonymous said...

Oh Lawd! I have done gone and sinned against Gawd-uh and Man-uh! Da Debil done got up inna mah soul Lawd, an' he made me done go and deile mah humble crib Lawd. Let deez raycis-ass crackaz have mercy upon me oh Lawd!

-Da Rev'rin Cuthrell

cecilhenry said...

No, all hate crimes are not only or even mainly hoaxes.

They are themselves hate crimes of the most vicious form.

The crimes this anti-white fakes are done in an attempt to damage and disparage others in exactly the same way.

It is aggressive, manipulative and meant to harm others.

He needs to go to jail, and until 'hate' crime laws are abolished, to be charged with a hate crime himself.