Ever since Trump got elected there’s been a series of fake hate crimes pushed by liberals and Muslims in order to paint Trump supporters as “racists” and “bigots.” As these ridiculous allegations continue to be debunked and the accusers shamed, that didn’t stop one Muslim liberal professor from deciding to perpetrate an elaborate hoax about what happened to him at the hands of a Trump supporter. But unfortunately for him, his antics have just caught up in a huge way after the sickening thing that authorities discovered on his computer. Now authorities want all Americans to be on high alert, as these instances are now becoming a rampant new trend across the country.
Apparently bored with pushing his Islamic propaganda on students at Indiana State University, Azhar Hussain decided to take his vitriol for Americans to a whole new level. The school first decided to launch an investigation after the 56-year-old reported that he had received a series of emails with anti-Muslim messages and threats, where numerous campus crime alerts were sent out as a result, putting the entire campus on edge.
Shortly after claiming to have received these threatening emails on March 8 and March 24, Hussain then reported to authorities that someone had attacked him from behind and violently threw him to the ground as he was walking alone on campus. But shortly after trying to make people on campus believe his sob story, the Muslim would soon have his dirty little secret revealed.
Police conducted a full investigation tracking down the computer that Hussain said the emails came from, discovering the unfortunate little detail that Hussain himself was the writer of the emails, where he had propagated the entire hate crime hoax as a way to frame Trump supporters on campus.
“Based upon the investigation, it is our belief that Hussain was trying to gain sympathy by becoming a victim of anti-Muslim threats which he had created himself,” said the chief of ISU’s police department, Joseph Newport. “It is extremely unfortunate that this situation caused undue concern on other members of the ISU community.”
The idiot was immediately arrested o Friday and charged with felony obstruction of justice and misdemeanor harassment. But his karma unfortunately for him is just starting to ensue. University Provost Mike Licari told Law Newz that they’ve not only suspended Hussain for his fake crime hoax, but that the university is now seeking to formally dismiss him.
Hussain the fake crime hoaxer now sits in Vigo County Jail on $10,000 bond where he is scheduled to appear in court on Monday.
Karma is a b*tch! Maybe these idiots will start to think next time before trying to push their fake freaking hate crimes on America as a way to garner sympathy and push this Islamophobia rhetoric that they’re so frantic to make people believe.
Azhar Hussain, an assistant professor at ISU has been arrested on charges alleging he made false reports of anti-Islamic threats against him and even reported an attack authorities say did not happen.
Hussain, 56, faces a felony charge of obstruction of justice and a misdemeanor charge of harassment. He was booked into Vigo County Jail at 4:51 p.m. today and is scheduled for a Monday appearance in Vigo County Superior Court 6. Bond has been set at $10,000 cash.
The university in a news release said Hussain, an assistant professor of aviation technology, has been suspended from teaching duties.
The charges stem from a series of emails that were received on campus containing anti-Muslim messages and threats of potential violence against members of the Muslim community, according to the university.
The first report of the emails occurred on March 8. The messages specifically mentioned Hussain as a target.
On March 24, Hussain reported an assault in the College of Technology in which he said he was attacked from behind as he was entering his office early that morning. He told police he was thrown to the floor.
He said he had not seen his attacker, and no words were spoken. ISU Police at the time said four people in the vicinity were unable to corroborate his story, saying they’d seen no suspicious activity or people.
The university on Friday said Hussain had been notified recently by Provost Mike Licari that he would not be reappointed to his faculty position beyond the 2017-18 academic year due to his inability to fulfill the conditions of his original appointment.
“Based upon the investigation, it is our belief that Hussain was trying to gain sympathy by becoming a victim of anti-Muslim threats, which he had created himself,” said Joseph Newport, ISU’s chief of police.
“It is extremely unfortunate that this situation caused undue concern on other members of the ISU community,” said Newport, who also noted campus crime alerts had been sent out following the first email and the alleged attack.
ISU Police were assisted in the investigation by the Cybercrime and Investigative Technologies Section of the Indiana State Police and ISU’s information technologies security engineer. During the investigation, ISU Police collaborated with the local FBI office and the Vigo County Prosecutor’s Office.
Investigators were able to track the computers from which the emails originated and uncovered evidence to charge Hussain with sending the emails himself, according to the university news release.
Licari indicated dismissal proceedings against Hussain would be started in accordance with university policy. Arrangements are being made to cover his remaining classes and administer final exams.
A resume of Hussain’s on a job site indicates he holds an MBA in aviation management from Embry-Riddle University and a bachelor’s in aviation from the Florida Institute of Technology.
He lists prior teaching experience at Everglades University, as well as former aviation jobs including airport operations coordinator at Kissimmee, Florida, Gateway Airport and airside operations officer at the Broward County, Florida, Aviation Department.
His self-posted resume shows him having a doctorate from ISU in curriculum design earned in 2017, but the newspaper could not independently verify that degree listing on Friday afternoon.