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The New York Times reports that University of Arkansas professor Kyle Quinn was over 1,000 miles away in Bentonville, Arkansas Friday night with his wife while having dinner and viewing an art exhibition, but left-wing zealots claimed he marched with a white supremacist in Charlottesville at the time.
On Saturday, Quinn woke up to discover that internet activists were naming him as one of the neo-Nazis at the Charlottesville riot. They had incorrectly identified his picture from video footage and posted it all over social media with his name, accusing him of being part of the racist crowd.
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The error apparently arose because there was an individual at the riot wearing an “Arkansas Engineerng” t-shirt, and Quinn happens to teach in the faculty. The guy in the video had a beard – Quinn also sports a beard.
With the supposed evidence, the cyber-lynch mob was dispatched.
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Quinn was assaulted by a barrage of profanity, vulgarity and ugliness on his Twitter and Instagram accounts. The messages called him a dirty racist and demanded the university fire him. His...
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