A Minneapolis man told police he was the victim of a horrific, politically motivated attack in the heat of the 2020 presidential race: His passenger van was set on fire because it has a Trump flag on it and the fire has spread to engulf other vehicles and his garage, which itself has been painted with supportive graffiti Joe Biden and Black Lives Matter, just weeks after local police killed George Floyd.
Investigators have now concluded that he staged the whole incident.
Denis Molla, 29, from the Brooklyn Center, has been charged with two counts of phone fraud in connection with the September 2020 incident, Molla said. KARE 11 he kicked three people out of his yard on the night of the fire, and one of them dropped a matchbox during the pursuit. When he returned home, he found his camper on fire.
Notices that say “Biden 2020”, “BLM” and a symbol believed to be related to Antifa are scrawled on the door of his garage, which is also being destroyed by hell. Molla even claimed that he rescued four sleeping puppies from inside the garage.
But law enforcement say his noble story is bullshit. Molla was indicted for filing more than $300,000 in bogus insurance claims and receiving about $61,000 from his insurance company.
“In fact, as Molla well knows, Molla burned his own property, Molla sprayed graffiti on his property himself, and there were no unknown males near his home,” the document alleges. said. Star Tribune.
Better still, ah fundraiser was established to support Molla after he suffered what the site called a “hate crime” that resulted in him receiving more than $17,000 in donations, court documents show. “Dennis is a father of two young children, a hardworking man, a devoted man of God, and a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump,” the fundraiser’s description reads. “Dennis installed a Trump 2020 flag on his truck and due to the spray paint left over on his garage door, ‘BIDEN 2020 BLM,’ it is believed he was targeted for support. his patriotism towards our president.”
Molla is accused of staged hatred that happened the year after the actor Jussie Smollett pretends to have been targeted in a hate crime by assailants shouting pro-Trump in Chicago.