A liberal Massachusetts college is being tight-lipped about an employee it fired as the perpetrator of a hate crime.
This only raises suspicions that the identity of the employee may undermine the narrative that the education industry and the media want to promote in such instances.
The College Fix, a conservative website, reported on July 1 that it repeatedly reached out to administrators at Curry College, a private school in Milton, Massachusetts, about the termination of the staffer. It also asked campus and local police who investigated the “crime” about the incidents. The FBI also reportedly got involved,as did a former Boston police commissioner.
But little info was released about the perp, who reportedly left a string of “dozens” of swastikas and threats to black students around campus in January.
Once the vandal was located and fired, Curry College President Ken Quigley told the campus community in an email that the faculty “recognize and regret the impact these bias acts have had on our students, families, faculty, and staff throughout the spring semester and hope this will allow us to continue moving forward.”
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Quigley added: “The College carefully reviewed evidence gathered by law enforcement and interviewed the person of interest identified by law enforcement investigators and other individuals who were potentially connected to specific incidents. The outcome of our independent investigation has resulted in an employee being terminated and removed from our community. The College’s Statement on Non-Discrimination requires confidentiality related to investigations. Therefore, this is the only information we can provide at this time.”
The Fix said it tried to pry the info loose with basic, direct questions about “the race of the employee, why the non-discrimination policy forbids disclosing that information and if any criminal charges would be filed.” It also requested photos of the alleged threats and swastikas.
The Fix added that the policy Quigley cited offers nothing that “explains why an employee investigated cannot be named nor basic demographic information provided.”
Yet so far no one has answered. Which led The Fix to ask in its headline: “Hoax?”