Added: Aug 1, 2018
Greenville, South Carolina. The art of faggotry intersects fictimhood, or vice-versa, as fictim Joel Peifer falsely reported to police that he had been raped by a teen boy he met through a dating app.
July 16, 2018
. Officers were called to Greenville Memorial Hospital about a sexual assault victim. The alarmist was 37-year-old Joel Harris Peifer
who filed an extremely detailed and graphic police report about having been raped by an 18-year-old. Peifer told an officer that he picked up the 18-year-old he met on Grindr which is a dating app for queers, and that they had consensual sex before he was drugged and raped while he was unconscious.
Investigators asked Peifer whether they could search his apartment for additional evidence, but he refused on grounds that he might have drugs or other illegal stuff inside his home. Officers showed Peifer a license photo of the teen he claimed had raped him, and he confirmed that was the teen.
Investigators read text messages Peifer sent to the 18-year-old and used other investigative means to determine the reported rape incident was false. The accuser became the accused as investigation turned on Peifer. This is not the first time Joel Harris Peifer has been in trouble with the law. In August 2017, he was arrested in Atlanta for battery. He also once served as an inmate in Knox County Jail in Ohio.
July 30, 2018
. Joel Harris Peifer was arrested and charged with filing a false police report about the rape incident. If convicted, he faces up to five years in prison and a fine of up to $1,000.
Statistics reveal that in South Carolina, the level of a false report charge matches the level of the crime reported.
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