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Virginia pastor’s claim he was robbed and shot by a black man turns out to be bullsh*t

A Virginia pastor has been arrested for lying to police after he filed a report claiming he was robbed at gunpoint by a “multi-racial” couple, after he acted like a Good Samaritan and stopped to help them with their car trouble.

A Virginia pastor has been arrested for lying to police after he filed a report claiming he was robbed at gunpoint by a “multi-racial” couple, after he acted like a Good Samaritan and stopped to help them with their car trouble.

Pastor George Hunley of Louisa called police earlier this week saying that he had been shot after pulling over his car to assist a couple that was broken down. Hunley said that the man, who was African American, pulled out a gun as soon as Hunley approached. After a struggle, he claimed he was shot twice but was able to escape.

Police said that they immediately began to doubt his story when they could find no blood evidence in his car.

“Everything right now points to us believing there was no armed robbery,” Louisa Sheriff Don Lowe said. “There was no bi-racial couple, none of that really happened.”

Police still have no idea how Hunley got two bullet wounds in his leg, but they plan to have him reimburse the department for their expenses as a result of the investigation. In addition, Hunley’s check book and wallet were found in his car, casting even more doubt on his story.

Watch CBS6’s report on the story below:

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  1. Jeb

    February 9, 2015 at 4:45 pm

    The LAST people I trust are pastors, preachers, priests, etc. They promote a fairy tale that is bogus and are hypocrites most of the time.

  2. marecek

    February 9, 2015 at 7:43 pm

    It’s a sign of progress that Virginia police called him on his bull. One of the key points of the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, was that whites in the South generally had the option to divert attention from their problems and wrongdoing by casting blame on a black man and making him a scapegoat. Even if the story was blatantly phony, nobody would question it, and a good, innocent person would be sacrificed at the whim of a bad person.

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