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Alleged Race Hoaxers Supported by Hillary Refuse Plea Deal

Three black women accused of filing a false police report claiming they were assaulted by a gang of white people while on a bus at the State University of New York at Albany have refused a plea deal that would have required an apology.

Dr. Alveda King, founder of King for America, Inc., gestures at the Justice Sunday III rally on January 8, 2006 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Sponsored by the Family Research Council, the rally was held one day before the start of confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito.

Alveda King Tells Liberals: Stop ‘Tired,’ ‘Outdated’ Race-Baiting

Dr. Alveda King writes that liberal race-baiting serves only to create unrest as it overlooks – for the purpose of maintaining a mindset of victimization — the true nature of African Americans, who have survived overwhelming oppression “from first slavery and then segregation and racism.”