The story of a Black Lives Matter political activist and student at Texas A&M University who claimed racists left notes with the messages “All Lives Matter” and “you don’t belong here” on his car has been debunked by police, in yet another instance of a viral “hate crime” being exposed as a hoax.
Student, Isaih Martin, who openly advocates for Black Lives Matter on his Twitter account, posted pictures to the social platform in June showing three notes on his car’s windshield; one reading “All Lives Matter,” one reading “you don’t belong here,” and the third containing a racial slur.
“I hate it here. Y’all still don’t think A&M is racist? #RacismAtTAMUFeelsLike,” Martin captioned the tweet, which rapidly went viral and accrued tens of thousands of retweets.
The official Texas A&M University Twitter account was quick to respond to Martin’s tweet with an apology: “Isaih, we are very sorry that this happened to you. Please report any incidents of hate you witness online or in person at https://stophate.tamu.edu so it can be reviewed.” . . .
The $1,200 was never issued however, because on June 9 police closed the case after reviewing surveillance footage that indicated the culprit responsible was none other than Martin himself.
Isaih Martin (@I_Martin44), a BLM activist at @TAMU, claimed in ultra-viral tweet that racist messages were left on his car. Video shows he placed them there himself. He is now refusing to cooperate w/police. @TAMUPolice are not pressing charges. https://t.co/DSmf12TmO1 #HateHoax pic.twitter.com/39v7Y3SFsp
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) July 13, 2020
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