The greatest disservice that can be paid out to real victims of crime is the false report of an incident. The amount of harm that can be done, measured in the wasted man hours of law enforcement, loss of property and personal freedom, when false reports of crime are filed is often impossible to fully undo. In Boulder, Colorado this past weekend 20-year-old University of Colorado student Nina Fiorillo found herself in the tail end of her relationship with her boyfriend. She went to a party and when the young man decided he would rather hang out with his friends than spend the rest of the evening with her she gave in to the weakest parts of her character.

Fiorillo didn’t go back to her room to cry and drink peppermint schnapps. Instead she made up a story that she had been attacked by a 5’11’ 200 pound black man wearing a dark jacket and pants. A white girl cries violence at the hands of a black man yet again and law enforcement begins its duty to solve crime and bring perpetrators to Justice. Nina Fiorello’s story was discovered to be a lie after the number of incosistencies in her story were brought to her attention by the police. She faces a $750 fine for her false report but more heavy on her Soul in this is the fallout from the cops doing their job.

A Range Rover was impounded because it was idling near the scene of the false attack. A man was taken into custody and searched because he was black and intoxicated near the scene of the false attack. Where is the justice for this property owner and the man who simply had too much to drink and was in the wrong place at the wrong time? The latter could have lost his very Freedom over the emotionally charged heinous acts of a young woman ill prepared in my opinion to deal with an adult sexual relationship.

Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

Robin Naismith Green, D.S.V.J., O.G.H. [Journ.]
Serratoth Custom House
City Desk Editor
The Dis Brimstone-Daily Pitchfork
55 Ravenshade 2 AS


  1. Katie Says:

    I went to high school with this girl. This article is completely wrong. There are so many other factors to her actions. Were they right? Of course not, but just because the police made assumptions about her actions does not mean she did it because of an ex boyfriend. She is actually the one who broke up with the boy they are referring to and at the time of this incident they were still close friends.She went through an extremely hard time in her life and this was her cry for helping. I will never say that what she did was okay, but maybe you should get your facts right and not conform to typical media idiocy.

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