Yes, we’re afraid it’s another one of the “Karen’s” again. On Tuesday, a Montclair, New Jersey a City University of New York School of Law professor named Fareed Nassor Hayat released a video showing he and his family being harassed by a white woman. Hayat wrote in his Facebook post that the woman who is named Susan called the cops and filed a “false report of an assault against me when told to leave our property.”
Hayat claims that Susan came onto his property three times to voice her frustration about him installing a stone patio on his property. It seems that Hayat’s backyard leads up to Susan’s fence. Hayat wrote, ”When asked if a permit was required by law, she said she didn’t know, but insisted we answer her questions and submit to her demands, or she would call the police to force us to stop improving our home. (A permit is not required in Montclair for a stone patio this size. This fact was known to us through our own independent research, our contractor, and later verified when building and safety arrived at our home to investigate her complaint.”
Hayat and his wife told Susan to leave their property. In response, Susan called the police and told them she had been assaulted by Hayat. Many of their neighbors contradicted Susan’s story. Eventually, she was outed as an EPA worker and youth began protesting outside of her house. Once again, Susan called the police and claimed that protesters were assaulting her home with objects, however, the video seems to show otherwise.
Very last minute a group of young citizens came out in protest of the actions displayed in the video. All peaceful and respectful, only going back and forth and the small street. Neighbors stood on their lawns in support, Susan did come out and record as seeen below. pic.twitter.com/B3lIv58tFi
— sophia. (@sophialavergne) June 30, 2020
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Travis Earle is a veteran of the United States Navy and a resident of Memphis, Tennessee. He serves as a politics writer for Hill Reporter. Travis@HillReporter.com