Recording proves that black woman in Rochester, New York was lying when she said police officer used racial slurs

http://auburnpub.com/news/local/police-woman-falsely-accused-trooper-of-making-racial-slurs-in/article_58e82605-1a18-54d7-adb1-ac57ea46f2c5.html

Woman falsely accused trooper of making racial slurs in Cayuga County traffic stop

May 3, 2017



Tiffany Robinson-Clarke (above)

A Rochester woman has been arrested for falsely accusing a New York State trooper of making racial slurs during a traffic stop in Cayuga County, state police said Wednesday.

On Jan. 29, 2017, state police stopped 36-year-old Tiffany Robinson-Clarke on Route 38 in the town of Moravia.

According to a press release, Robinson-Clarke was on the phone with her husband — an inmate at the Cayuga Correctional Facility — throughout the entire traffic stop. Thus, police said the entire encounter was recorded.

After the traffic stop, Robinson-Clarke contacted state police in Auburn and accused the trooper of making racial slurs toward her after issuing a ticket.

Upon investigating Robinson-Clarke’s complaint, troopers recovered the entire taped conversation from the correctional facility, which allegedly exonerated the trooper of the false allegation.

Police arrested Robinson-Clarke Tuesday. She was charged with falsely swearing to a written statement and falsely reporting an incident, both misdemeanors.

Robinson-Clarke was arraigned in the Town of Hayden Court and released on $500 bail. She was scheduled to return to court May 31.

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May 3, 2017. Tags: , , , , , , . Fake hate crimes, Political correctness, Racism, Social justice warriors.

One Comment

  1. BGills replied:

    Proven false allegations, should carry heavier penalties then merely a misdemeanor.

    If someone is proven to have knowingly made false accusations against another, the penalty should carry consequences befitting the magnitude of the specific false allegations made. A slap on the wrist is simply insufficient to deter someone from trying to ruin the life, and career, of another.

    In fact, the act of making such false claims diminishes any harm done to actual victims of real violations of the Law, and especially in this case, it undermines public confidence in those who have been entrusted with protecting public safety.

    Let the punishment fit the crime, and let’s not loose sight of the irreparable damage done, in the court of public opinion, to the character of the Officer, the Department the Officer represents, and the image of their fellow Officers.

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