So, this guy told everyone that he got beat down because he kissed his boyfriend in public. Shocker! Witnesses, who are also gay, said he started it and it wasn’t homophobic at all.
The supposed victim told news media that after he kissed his boyfriend at a Miami Burger King, some guy came out of the bathroom, called him a f-ggot, then started beating him. Of course, some in MSM are portraying this as a hate crime. Even the local prosecutor is looking to file hate crime charges. Oh, but guess what, the gay community has come out against one of their own!
Fact checking the story, we ran into a different take on it over at LGBTQnation. Several witnesses came forward and said that the story the victim gave is 100% not what happened. He was fighting with his boyfriend all night, and was extremely agitated, trying to start fights with everyone he came across.
Of course leftist media is going to scream “hate crime!” And “Right wing bigots attack!” Don’t let them get away with the false narrative. Share this story & confront them on social media.
Was the attack recorded on video at a Miami Beach Burger King really a hate crime like the victims allege? As new evidence emerges and witnesses come forward, police are investigating the possibility that Jordan Schaeffer and Eric Danko may not have been telling the whole truth about what happened that night.
On social media and in televised interviews, Schaeffer has claimed that an unknown man attacked him after he kissed Danko, his boyfriend, at the restaurant. Other witnesses, also gay men, say that isn’t true and they’re upset that the two are painting the situation as homophobic in nature. Instead, they say Schaeffer was the aggressor.
“Some friends and I witnessed this incident and the story being told by [Schaeffer] is completely inaccurate,” one man, who asked to remain anonymous while he cooperates with police, wrote on Facebook. “As we saw it, he is mainly responsible for the fight and the altercation had nothing to do with his sexual identity. I’ve already contacted Miami police to offer my perspective, if they want it.”
The man, who was visiting South Beach from Washington, DC, says that the couple didn’t kiss at all. Instead, he says Schaeffer came out of the bathroom with Danko after arguing with him most of the night and tried to pick a fight with multiple patrons – including him.
“He actually instigated a fight with me,” he claimed. He “was trying to pick a fight with anyone that would engage. He just seemed very angry from the get-go. The other guy came over to calm him down and [Schaeffer] turned to him aggressively.”
“The story Jordan is giving is completely false,” Cooke told Bilerico Report in an exclusive interview. “He was fighting with his boyfriend the entire night. They were in the bathroom at Burger King and when Jordan came out, he started crap with someone else and talking about fighting. When the other guy got involved, Jordan continued to talk shit and threatened to fight him. He approached the guy to fight him and it didn’t end up in his favor. There was absolutely no kiss involved and had nothing to do with being gay or a hate crime.”
Instead, Cooke says Schaeffer, who works as an escort in Los Angeles under the name Jason Strick, was trying to make Danko jealous. “He was bragging about what his clients buy him and showing off his Rolex watch. He then started telling people that they can find him on rentmen.com,” he said. “My partner is seen in the video standing against the wall. Jordan was soliciting himself to him and other people.”
A profile available to rentmen.com under the name Jason Strick includes a photo prominently displayed on Schaeffer’s Facebook page. After media and police inquires earlier today, the rentmen profile was removed.
The police report filed by the responding officer states that Danko and Schaeffer were “in a noticeable argument” outside of the restaurant when police arrived on scene. It says “Danko became irate” and “stormed through the business” to chase down the suspects. Police officers found Danko standing in the middle of a busy street and the report says he refused to move out of the street to safety and acted aggressively toward the officer. Danko was handcuffed and placed in the back of a patrol car while officers investigated.
The report also says that Schaeffer was uncooperative with police before finally telling them that the attack was spurred by kissing his partner. Danko did not confirm the account, instead repeatedly telling officers that “I’ve never been in a physical fight before,” and “My father is a federal judge.” After finally providing officers his name, Danko “continued his disruptive behavior and had to be warned to calm down” repeatedly according to the police report. Prior to leaving, Danko told officers he was high on the party drug GHB and that they “could not prove anything.”
While Schaeffer showed his injuries during a television interview earlier this week, the attack actually happened on March 14 and both men refused to allow police to photograph their injuries. The report only describes Schaeffer’s injury as “suffering a lacerated lip.”
Ernesto Rodriguez, a spokesman for the Miami Beach Police Department, confirms that new witnesses have come forward that shed a new light on the incident.
“Our detectives opted to release the surveillance video in hopes we can identify the suspect but also to get other witnesses,” Rodriguez told Bilerico Report. “We have received new witness testimony that we are investigating. I can’t confirm the specific information provided, but additional information is coming forward.”
“We only have one side of the story. We’d like to speak to more people. At the end of the day, there was a battery. That’s clearly depicted. What we need to do is find out what triggered that battery. We need to speak to everyone involved.”
Rodriguez said that if Schaeffer and Danko lied to authorities about the altercation, the district attorney’s office may decide to charge them with filing a false police report.
Calls placed to the numbers Schaeffer and Danko provided to police officers and the number listed on the escort website were not returned.
Via Bilerico Report
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But a man in black can be seen walking out of the toilets, approaching him and dishing out vile abuse.
The 25-year-old claims the man said: “Why don’t you show if you’re tough or not you little f*****.”
The attacker flies at Jordan and body slams him.
The pair roll around on the floor for around two minutes as a stunned crowd looks on.
Jordan is locked in a choke hold with the man’s thighs squeezing his head amid a flurry of punches.
The brawl is eventually broken off and the man in black strolls swiftly away from the scene towards the camera.
Jordan, from Los Angeles, suffered bruises and cuts to his face after the attack at around 3am on March 14 at the Whopper Bar in Washington Avenue in Miami Beach.
“It’s just not right that anyone should suffer.
“It was just a simple kiss with my boyfriend.
“Then right after that kiss, I started walking over and that’s when I was approached by this gentleman.”
“The biggest injury has been all the emotional trauma. We were going to Miami for a relaxing weekend and it was traumatising, to be honest.”
Attorney Douglas Ede said: “We believe this was a hate crime against Jordan because of his sexual orientation.”
Miami Beach Police are still looking for two men – one of whom may have had martial arts training – who appear to be involved.
Via Daily Star