Mass Police Officerâ€™s Wife Stages Robbery, Blames Black Lives Matter
Maria Daly, wife of Millbury police officer Daniel Daly, not only reported a home invasion to the Millbury police department earlier this month, but she told the cops that Black Lives Matter (BLM) had committed the crime.
However, this turned out to be a complete lie.
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Maria told Police Chief Donald Desorey that she and her husband, a fellow officer, were woken up to their “house being robbed” and vandalized. She told friends of Facebook, one of the BLM had spray painted the acronym to the side of her home in an act of “hatred for no reason”.
Desory questioned Maria’s story because her husband is part of the K-9 unit at the Millbury police department, asking: Why would someone risk waking a cop and his police dog to steal jewelry?
Upon further investigation, Desory came to the conclusion “that it was all fabricated” and Maria was charged with filing a false police report.
Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time BLM has been falsely blamed for vandalism. In 2015, a Texas man called his local law enforcement to falsely report that “Black Lives Matter” was spray painted across the side of his truck. The interior was also destroyed; including the seats slashed and the glove box was missing.
The disabled veteran told police he was being targeted for a hate crime because he prominently displayed a “Police Lives Matter” sign in the front window of his home.
After his story went viral on the internet, he was able to garner more than $6,000 from supporters before he was found out an arrested by local authorities.