Sunday, August 16, 2009

African American creates fake white supremacist Facebook to threaten Black University Students

Dyron L. Hart faces a possible five year sentence, for creating a fake Facebook page, pretending to be a white supremacist and sending out racial death threats about Obama to a black man in another university. 


Sadly in Canada, police don’t bother with fake white supremacists threatening presidents.  Instead, Canadian police go by the motto….   “if you can’t beat em.. join em”    And now Police officers post the most vile hate with complete immunity.  The apostles of tolerance at the Edmonton Police Hate Crimes unit promote diversity and multiculturalism using such inclusive words as “kikes” and “redskinned savages.”


All in a days work for the fake white supremacist brigade across Canada.





Black Man Pleads Guilty to Posing as Obama-Hating White Supremacist on Facebook

Friday , August 14, 2009


An African-American man from Mississippi admits posing as a white supremacist to send a death threat across state lines by Facebook.

The U.S. Attorney's Office says 20-year-old Dyron L. Hart of Poplarville pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to making a threat in November 2008.

Hart admitted creating a name and using a white supremacists' photo to pose as a white man who planned to kill blacks because Barack Obama had been elected president.

He originally was charged with threatening three black students at Nicholls State — where he had attended one semester — but pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count.

He sent the threats from a computer in Poplarville.

The maximum sentence is five years in prison and a $250,000 fine; sentencing is Nov. 18.







Man pleads guilty to racial threat using fake Facebook account


August 13, 2009 -- Updated 1957 GMT



(CNN) -- An African-American man has pleaded guilty after being accused of impersonating a white supremacist in a fictitious Facebook account to make death threats against an African-American university student.

Dyron L. Hart, 20, of Poplarville, Mississippi, pleaded guilty Wednesday before U.S. District Judge Kurt D. Engelhardt to one count of communicating threats in interstate commerce, according to a Department of Justice statement.

Hart admitted creating the fictitious account in November, pretending to be a white supremacist outraged by the election of Barack Obama as the nation's first African-American president, the statement said.

He then transmitted a death threat via Facebook to an African-American student at Nicholls State University in Louisiana, saying he wanted to kill African-Americans because of Obama's election, according to the statement.

A court document provided by the U.S. attorney's office said Hart told an FBI interviewer that he intended the threat to be a prank "to get a reaction."

The document said Hart admitted creating the Facebook profile under the name "Colten Brodoux" and used a photo of a Caucasian man that he found on a white supremacist Web site.

"This is an extremely odd case, a very unusual case," said U.S. Attorney Jim Letten of the Eastern District of Louisiana. "The contents of the messages were extremely troubling and provocative and very threatening."

Hart will face a maximum sentence of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine when sentenced November 18, the statement said.





Also see:


·        Grand Jury indictment against Dyron Hart

·        College News: Facebook Felony: man creates fake profile to spread real hate.  “A 20-year-old African-American man has charged with threatening fellow African-American student by posing as white supremacist”