“Racist Trump Scandal” turned out to be insurance fraud in Mississippi
Earlier last month, a Mississippi couple reported to the police an act of vandalism. When upon arrival home they found their cars scribbled with pro-Trump slogans and racial insults.
Local news highlighted the incident.
"The couple’s pickup truck has two N****** spray-painted on it. A car was painted with the phrase 'Leave N******' and 'Trump.'"
“This had to be unnerving for a quiet family to come out to their cars and see what they saw there,” neighbor Pastor Vincent McCaskil said.
The couple didn’t want to speak with WREG about what happened and neither did most of their neighbors, but McCaskill said he couldn’t stay silent.
“It’s time for us as believers to truly speak up and speak out against it," he said. "We cannot remain silent against this."
A month later, the Police Department solved this case and it turned out that the car owners themselves had damaged their property in order to get insurance. On Friday, police arrested Trumaine Foster.
“A Mississippi man was charged with insurance fraud after he reported racist graffiti had been spray-painted on two of his vehicles… Foster was taken into custody Friday and charged with insurance fraud and tampering with evidence, but Southaven police stopped short of explicitly saying Foster was responsible for the graffiti,” reports WREG.
According to the latest information, the suspect is being detained in a district prison. The next hearing is set for Wednesday, reports The Gateway Pundit.