by Bradlee Dean
“Every story she comes up with has a lie!” – Co-worker of Dayna Morales
Last week, we were told of lesbian Dayna Morales, 22, the New Jersey waitress accused of lying about receiving an insulting note instead of a tip because she is gay. According to coworker Julie Howat, Morales has a “long history of lying” and is always in need of “sympathy and empathy.”
In addition to lying about receiving gay insults on a recent receipt, Dayna Morales is also accused of lying about her military service, falsely telling friends that she had brain cancer and that her home was severely damaged by super storm Sandy.
“Every story she comes up with has a lie,” Howat told the Journal News. “Any tragedy that happened, she had to be a part of it. She needed sympathy and empathy.” A former classmate of Morales’ told the newspaper that you “can’t believe much of what she says.”
Morales allegedly also told friends that she somehow managed to survive an explosion that killed her entire platoon in Afghanistan. A U.S. Marines spokesman confirmed that the waitress served in the Marine Corps Reserve until May 2013, but there was “no indication of combat service in Iraq or Afghanistan.” Morales failed to “fulfill her reserve obligation,” the spokesman said. The explosion left her with back injuries that required surgery and a couple of months to recover, Larkin said Morales told her employer. But during her time off, Morales posted photos of herself on Facebook enjoying a trip to Florida with a girlfriend, they said.
Other self-inflicted hate crimes
Floyd Elliott of Independence, Mo., told police that two subjects attacked him in the parking lot of his apartment complex. He said the attackers cut him in the stomach, branded him with a hot knife and attempted to carve the word “fag” on his forehead. Investigators were suspicious about the report because the head carving was backward, as if done while looking into a mirror. Later, Elliott admitted to police that the injuries were self-inflicted. Can you say that Elliott “stepped in it?”
Considering that all crime is motivated by hate, oftentimes you have to examine the allegations of the supposed “hate crime” to make the distinction as to whom is doing the hating.
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