The letter was apparently written by a white supremacist and served to prove the depth of racism evident with the ranks of the officers. The letter specifically targeted black officer Clive Higgins.
It turns out, however, the letter was a cruel hoax; written by Higgins himself; a 13-year veteran of the police department.
Higgins was charged with second-degree falsely reporting an incident, The officer resigned in July.
• Concocting bogus accusations of white racism is not uncommon.
A black student activists at Kean University in New Jersey was recently cited for posting bogus death threats on the Internet. [source]
The current college cry-baby movement sweeping college campuses consist largely of invented claims of white racism. Activists use nonsensical terms such as micro-aggressions, trans-generation trauma, and white privilege to justify their hatred for white people.
In fact much of American history as presented by the predatory left is bogus. Few know that the first legal slave owner in the nation was a black tobacco farmer named Anthony Johnson or that thousands of free blacks commonly owned black slave laborers.
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Nine months after a racist letter was circulated in the Bridgeport Police Department, two investigations have found what authorities say was a conspiracy to falsely portray racial hatred in the department.
A black former officer, who claimed to be a target of the letter, was arrested Wednesday and the head of the police training academy and president of a minority police organization was placed on paid leave.
Clive Higgins, who was cleared by a federal jury earlier this year of police brutality charges despite a video showing him stomping a prone suspect in Beardsley Park in 2011, surrendered at State Police Troop I in Bethany on Wednesday morning. He was charged with second-degree falsely reporting an incident, a misdemeanor, and released on a promise to appear in court pending arraignment in state Superior Court on Dec. 16.
Higgins, a 13-year veteran, resigned from the department in July after being questioned by investigators.
Lt. Lonnie Blackwell, president of the Bridgeport Guardians, was relieved of his command of the training academy and placed on administrative leave with pay by Police Chief Joseph Gaudett pending possible firing.
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