by Gina Cassini | Top Right News
It doesn’t get any more despicable than this.
A lesbian couple’s home in Tennessee was destroyed by a blaze in September 2010. The pair, Carol Ann Stutte and Laura Jean Stutte, blamed their “homophobic” neighbor Janice Millsaps in media interviews and a lawsuit filed against Millsaps in Monroe County Chancery Court.
In that lawsuit, the Stuttes alleged Millsaps “repeatedly threatened the lives of the Stuttes” and “specifically and repeatedly threatened to burn the Stuttes’ house.”
The Stuttes claimed in the lawsuit that Millsaps, a month before the fire, said to them: “Do you know what is better than one dead queer? Two dead queers.”
Millsaps’ life was nearly destroyed. She was assailed on social media and lost many of her friends. The FBI and state officials turned her life upside down over the hate crime claims.
There was just one big problem: it was all a lie.
That’s right, the lesbians used their lifestyle as a means to commit fraud by burning down their own home and then blaming it on their neighbor, saying it was a hate crime.
From Daily Mail:
A lesbian couple scrawled homophobic abuse on their garage before burning down their own house in Tennessee then calling it a hate crime, a court ruled.
Carol Ann and Laura Jean Stutte reduced their own house to a pile of charred rubble in September 2010 and branded their neighbor a homophobe in order to get the $276,000 insurance pay out.
But insurers American National Property and Casualty Company caught on to the ruse and accused the couple of faking the fire.
A federal jury ruled in favor of the insurance company and they will not have to pay out on the insurance claim on the house in Venore, reports the Knoxville News Sentinel.
The court heard how the couple spray-painted the word ‘queers’ on their garage and later blamed their neighbor Janice Millsaps.
They claimed that, a month before the blaze, Millsaps said: ‘Do you know what is better than one dead queer? Two dead queers.’ It was all a pack of lies.
Millsaps was investigated by both the FBI and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and never charged with any crime.
The insurance company in this case conducted their own probe into the matter — which included a polygraph test for the accused — and concluded the whole thing was baloney.
So these two charlatans were willing to ruin someone’s life in order to make a quick buck using their sexuality and the fake outrage that surrounds much of the militant gay movement as a weapon.
It’s sickening and sad, but fortunately, all of this was discovered before the company was forced to pay out.
But it’s not over. Now residents are outraged that the lesbians have not yet been charged with arson, or fraud, and suspect they are being treated with kid gloves because of their sexual preference. The trial was regarding an insurance claim, but clearly criminal charges are to be expected. Yet they have not come, and many are angry about it.
The Monroe County D.A. did not respond to inquiries regarding possible charges from Top Right News at time of publication.