Women’s March speaker Donna Hylton was convicted of being an accessory to murdering and torturing a 60-year-old man and spent 25 years in prison.
False claims about hate crimes being dropped against Black Lives Matter kidnappers accused of assaulting a white man with developmental disabilities surfaced in November 2017.
Legitimate prayer requests for Heaven Ray Cox, a 15-year-old Texas girl, circulated in November 2017 after the teen was reported missing.
Charles Manson died of natural causes on November 19, 2017, at a hospital in Kern County, California, the California Department of Corrections reports.
Bogus rumors that Michael Moore was accused of sexual assault by four underage girls came from a website that publishes “satirical fiction.”
False reports about a creepy clown Halloween purge resurfaced in October 2017, but they’re not tied to any credible threats.
False claims that Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Compos was arrested as the second gunman in the Las Vegas mass shooting came from websites that fabricate news reports.
A man falsely reported that he was stabbed by an Antifa member for having a neo-Nazi haircut and was later charged with filing a false report.
A fake news website is behind false reports that 12 white female bodies tagged with Black Lives Matter were found in a garage freezer.
The Sacramento City Council approved a program that will pay gang members not to commit violent acts, but key details have been misrepresented.