Special Forces Soldier John Martin Arrested After Clash with Protestors-Fiction! Summary of eRumor: Army Special Forces Master Sergeant John Martin was arrested in Berkley, California, after clashing with 100 anti-fascist…
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A website that publishes “works of satirical fiction” is behind false reports that Nancy Pelosi’s daughters were arrested for smuggling cocaine.
ANTIFA didn’t sabotage emergency services by cutting fiber optic cables, those claims came from an imposter Twitter account that spreads misinformation.
The Supreme Court of Canada overturned an animal sex conviction because a poorly-written law; claims the country legalized animal sex are misleading.
A well-known fake news website is behind false reports that a cannibal babysitter ate a toddler after smoking crystal methamphetamine.
ICE agents took part in a DEA-led raid of convenience stores in the St. Louis area that resulted in 35 indictments on narcotics and other charges.
An old false report about Charles Manson’s parole resurfaced in 2017, but the convicted murderer isn’t due for another parole hearing until 2027.
A hoax report is behind false claims that Democratic Senator Hal Lindsay was arrested and was later killed while in protective custody.
President Trump didn’t revive a National Peace Officers Memorial Day that President Obama canceled, misinformation sites are behind those rumors.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions doesn’t hold stock in private prisons, but he and President Trump both have significant ties to the industry.