A Canadian family stands accused of committing a hate crime against itself, attacking its own business with anti-Semitic graffiti.
“Alexander Berent, 56, Oxana Berent, 48, and Maxim Berent, 29, have all been charged with public mischief after telling Canadian officers swastikas had been drawn on the walls of their restaurant,” according to Daily Mail.
The family owned the BerMax Caffé in Winnipeg.
All three told police that one of the owners was assaulted while alleged neo-Nazis busted into the store and graffitied the walls. The story turned out to be completely false, with police calling it “the most brazen” hate crime hoax in the city’s history. […]
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