In the U.S., local cops have an admirable record of not falling for many Hate Hoaxes.
Most Hate Hoaxes that are promoted in the media aren’t elaborate False Flags diagrammed by professionals in Deep State command centers to be bulletproof, they are just stupid improvisations by stupid people that usually fall apart once cops ask their basic cop questions.
Even before the rise of Hate Hoaxes, American cops were used to dealing with BS allegations all the time: e.g., dumb people often try to frame their ex-spouse’s new significant other or whatever. The cops show up, ask the kind of questions they are trained to ask, the story falls apart, and that’s the end of it.
Journalists have opposite motivations: they want more stories, while cops want fewer stories to have to deal with. For example, in the audio tapes of Jackie Coakley and Sabrina Rubin Erdely discussing the UVA fraternity gang rape on broken glass initiation ritual they were alleging, Jackie can never settle upon the name of the fraternity house, and blithely agrees with whatever Sabrina suggests at the moment.
To a cop, this kind of thing is a red flag. Cops don’t want to have more work than they need to.
But to Erdely, who was getting paid $175,000 per year by Rolling Stone to report stories that illustrated Obama Administration initiatives, it was apparently easy to spin a rationalization in her head for why her sole source is completely unreliable about which of the large, prominently labeled buildings on the edge of campus was where she was sexually tortured for 3 hours on broken glass.
On the other hand, cops in Britain appear fairly enthusiastic about persecuting violations of political correctness in social media or somebody saying something rude on a bus. Those are somewhat different than Hate Hoaxes of course. Do British cops do a good job of unraveling Hate Hoaxes?