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Two illegal immigrants have admitted claiming more than £125,000 in relief costs by falsely posing as victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.

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  1. Wow – that was quick. I’d just posted on these simians……

    Allan@Aberdeen, on May 30th, 2018 at 7:18 PM Said:


    Facing jail: Illegal immigrant couple falsely posed as Grenfell victims then spent £120,000 living at a luxury hotel for eight months despite moaning about quality of the menu

    This is nothing to do with the Grenfell fire. Just open the link and see the pics and then ask yourself as I did: are these human?

    Of course, I’m only joking

  2. Fraud knows no color. I would be exceptionally merciless towards any of these people.


    A New Jersey couple admitted to stealing more than $1.4 million from Hurricane Sandy victims and spending the cash in Atlantic City casinos and on luxury items, according to a report.

    Jeffrey Colmyer, 42, and Tiffany Cimino, 34, of Little Egg Harbor in Ocean County, targeted more than 20 hurricane victims in a fraud scheme through Rayne Construction Management Services and Colmyer & Sons, NJ.com reported.

  3. Black privilege is becoming routine now:


    In one statement, “Back To Eden Bakery” says that according to its own surveillance video, a black woman named “Lillian”, who is well known in the area as a “professional equity activist”, entered at 9:06 p.m., after the bakery’s closing time. Employees had also turned off the “Open” sign, but several customers (all white) who had already ordered were still inside. Two other white women who went to the bakery two minutes before “Lillian”, and were also informed that the business was closed for the night.

    The bakery says “Lillian” left the store briefly and began recording video.

    The bakery’s statement says that even though it does not consider the employees to be racist and that they were following the business’s protocol of closing at 9 p.m., they were fired because “sometimes impact outweighs intent.” The bakery also says in the statement that the way the employees went about denying the woman service, “lacked sensitivity and understanding of the racial implications at work.”

    In the statement “Back To Eden” says the employees were fired because the woman and the “clamoring public” demanded they be fired.

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