And the hoax crimes just keep on piling up.
The latest recanting took place in West Virginia:
Seven people pleaded guilty for their part in abusing Megan Williams — but now Williams says that abuse never happened.
She will hold a press conference Wednesday in Columbus, Ohio, to recant her claims of abuse, attorney Byron L. Potts, who represents Williams, told The Charleston Gazette on Tuesday night.
“She has decided she has been living this lie for approximately two years and she has decided to tell the truth,” Potts said. “She fabricated the story and she did this in retaliation because she was having a relationship with one of them.”
You won’t be surprised who was in the middle of the racially-charged fakery. That’s right: New Black Panther Party clown Malik Shabazz. You know, the same one for whom Eric Holder’s corrupted Justice Department provided relief and cover in the Philadelphia voter intimidation case:
At the time of the plea deals, Megan Williams, her adopted mother Carmen Williams, and her adviser Malik Shabazz criticized the plea agreements, claiming they were too light a punishment. Shabazz, co-founder of Black Lawyers for Justice and a member of the New Black Panther Party, gave Williams and her family legal counsel.
The Williams family, Shabazz and others criticized Abraham for only pursuing a hate crime charge for Burton.
Now Williams claims she wasn’t abused at all, Potts said.
“They did plead guilty, I don’t know why,” he said of the defendants. “This is what she’s telling me.”
Two years ago, you may recall that Shabazz and his race hustlers helped enable the Duke lacrosse hoax crime accuser.
Keep all this in mind as you reflect on how Holder’s DOJ has refused to enjoin the lying, inciting Shabazz from showing up at polling booths with his billy club-wielding, racial epithet-hurling thugs.
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