How many more cases are there of lesbians faking gay-bashing attacks on themselves? We don’t know. All we know is that they just keep on coming.
This twisted pervert Regan Wolf is said by one source to have offered a man $350 to administer one of the beatings. Then she only paid him $50.
Plus she faked her own records to pretend she had served in the US Marines
Lesbian Is Accused Of Arranging Own `Hate-Crime’ Beating
LANCASTER, S.C. – A lesbian who used her assault to renew the call for hate-crime legislation in South Carolina has been accused of faking two attacks that left her beaten and bound.
Regan Wolf, 40, could face a month in jail and a $200 fine if convicted of giving false information to a law-enforcement officer, Lancaster County Sheriff John Cauthen said Tuesday.
Wolf turned herself in yesterday morning at the Lancaster County sheriff’s office. She was later released on a personal-recognizance bond.
Last month a friend, whose name was not released, told authorities that Wolf paid him $50 to beat her on Dec. 26. She had promised him $350, said Hugh Munn, spokesman for the State Law Enforcement Division.
Wolf had told police she heard someone walking on the front porch of her mobile home and when she opened the door, she saw a stocky red-haired man with a scruffy beard. She said she was hit on the back of the head and blacked out.
Wolf was found with several abrasions across her back, and her hands and feet were tied. On the porch steps, in red spray paint, was a slur against homosexuals.
Forensic experts studied photographs of Wolf’s injuries and decided they were “consistent with her being a willing participant,” Munn said.
Authorities had not interviewed Wolf about a possible motive, but they believe she was “deliberately trying to have a hate crime reported when there was none,” Munn said.
Wolf’s attorney, Joe McCulloch, said she stands by her story.
“She’s a victim twice of two serious, really offensive crimes resulting in serious injuries to her and, in a sense, this is a third injury to her,” McCulloch said.
On May 13, Wolf reported she again was assaulted, struck from behind and tied up on her back porch. Police do not believe the same friend was involved, but they think the second attack also was a hoax, Cauthen said.
Munn, who said the investigation remains open, said he was unsure whether her partner or mother was involved in either incident.
Gay-rights groups have called her a symbol of persecution. They held a Statehouse rally this spring to support hate-crime legislation that got buried in a state Senate subcommittee last year. They also blasted authorities for dragging their feet.
“Law enforcement has spent more time and resources investigating the victim than in tracking down suspects,” said Steven Bates, executive director of the state chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.
Tony Snell, co-chairman of the South Carolina Gay and Lesbian Pride Movement, which sponsored the Columbia rally, said he was not ready to buy into the allegations against Wolf. But he said that if they were true, it would give gay-rights opponents “more fuel for their fire.”
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National News Briefs; Authorities Say Lesbian Staged Her Two Beatings
LANCASTER, S.C., July 15— Regan Wolf, a lesbian whose claim that she was beaten twice and tied up by an intruder at her home had renewed calls for a hate-crime law in South Carolina, was charged today with staging both incidents.
Investigators said Ms. Wolf, 40, had offered a friend $350 to administer one beating.
Ms. Wolf surrendered today and was released for a court appearance on July 28. If convicted of giving false information to a law-enforcement officer, she could be sentenced to a month in jail.
A state senator had used Ms. Wolf’s story in an effort to gain support for his hate-crime bill, but the measure failed after a dispute over whether offenses based on sexual orientation should be covered.
Ms. Wolf’s lawyer, Joe McCulloch, said she had passed a lie-detector test.
She was found on her front porch on Dec. 26 with abrasions across her back and her hands and feet tied. A sexual epithet was spray-painted in red on the porch steps.
In May, Ms. Wolf reported that she had been hit from behind, beaten and tied up on her back porch, and left hanging by her wrists and ankles.
Her devious lies were believed by many Christians, who even used them in sermons to attack other Christians as “bigots” and “gaybashers”. And there are books by LGBT campaigners that still refer to her claims as if her story was true. One of them is 21st Century Gay By John Malone [page 174]
But it was all invented.
How Regan Wolf lied to her own mother