BUSTED! SPLC’s Dothan Police Drug Planting Claim Is A Hoax


“Leaked documents reveal Dothan, Ala., police planted drugs on young black men for years.” Southern Poverty Law Center

[SPLC] December 2nd, 2015

Left-wing websites have been buzzing about a claim that over twelve Dothan, AL police officers framed innocent black men. The officers allegedly planted drugs on innocent black victims for years.  Most cited the SPLC as their source. The SPLC pushed the allegation on their website and on their twitter account.

Now the SPLC has been forced to admit that their accusations are totally without merit. The websites of the Montgomery Advertiser, Dothan Eagle, Washington Post, and Slate.com have all blasted the SPLC for spreading a hoax! A humiliated SPLC spokesman confessed to reporters that they have not seen the alleged documents and that “we have no information to substantiate … claims.”

afghans new image sm ls2SPLC employees immediately scrubbed a bunch of odious tweets that pushed the false claims. However, currently the SPLC website still contains a statement saying that the fake story is true.

The SPLC is a fake civil rights organization that has raked in hundreds of millions of dollars by claiming that a few thousand KKK members and Neo-Nazis pose a large immediate threat to all of society. Recently the national spokesman for the Anti-Defamation League slammed the SPLC. He said that the SPLC’s claims about Neo-Nazis are “wildly inflated.”

Last October a Florida judge ordered the SPLC to pay $130k to the Polk County Sheriff’s Department for filing a frivolous lawsuit. The Judge slammed the SPLC writing that the group used ““untrue, heightened, and emotional language . . . to conceal their lack of a case.”

On October 19th, 2015 the SPLC falsly claimed that white racists were trying to burn down black churches in St. Louis. The SPLC published commentary blaming “right-wing politicians” and the NRA. It turned out that the perpetrator was a black man. In fact, some of the churches targeted were not even black churches.

The morning after the San Bernardino Islamic terrorist attack, the SPLC wrote “many rampage killers are symptomatic of our diseased white privilege,” and whined about an alleged spike in “Islamophobic incidents.” The SPLC website and twitter account still have not acknowledged that the San Bernardino terrorist attack even took place. On twitter, the SPLC cited the notorious “clock boy” hoax as an example of “Islamophobia.”

The only non-Muslim on Muslim killing, ever cited by the SPLC, was by one of their own fans! Craig Hicks, a white male form Chapel Hill, NC, allegedly murdered three young Muslim neighbors over a parking space. Hicks publicly supported numerous far-left causes, including the SPLC! He posted his support for the SPLC, in public, on Facebook. The SPLC ran a fake article claiming that the Facebook account of Hicks gave no information about his political leanings. Conservative websites blasted the SPLC for lying and published screen captures of Hick’s Facebook page.