Video: Post reporter sees Christopher Lucki's hate crime against anti-discrimination official
Christopher Lucki's moniker definitely doesn't apply to his current problems with the law.
Big photos, video below.
Not only has he been accused of a bias-motivated crime, but the victim of his alleged actions is an official charged with fighting discrimination. And to make matters even worse from his perspective, a Denver Post reporter saw him do it and shot a video afterward of him admitting it -- although when asked to identify himself, he declared, "Motherfucker's my name." See the clip and get details below.
Lucki's Facebook page doesn't feature any material speaking to overt prejudice -- just typically random updates and occasional shots of hot girls interspersed with images of himself like this one.
At about 1:40 p.m. on August 28, the report says Sunila Tomas-George was sitting on a wall outside the Sheridan Hotel on the 16th Street Mall when she suddenly felt a blow to her head that knocked her to one side. She also heard a man, later identified as Lucki, screaming and yelling that she was a terrorist and an "Afghan" who was "out to get us."
Not exactly. Tomas-George, of Indian and Lebanese descent, is actually the commissioner for the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination; she was in Denver to attend a conference on related topics. The affidavit references a page devoted to her on the World Unity website that includes this photo....
...and the following description:
Sunila Thomas-George was appointed as a Commissioner for the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) in November, 2007 by Governor Deval Patrick. As a Commissioner, Ms. Thomas-George is responsible for the administration, adjudication, and education of civil rights matters for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.Given Tomas-George's background and status, Lucki was obviously in deep trouble by that point. And his luck would deteriorate from there.
She serves as the Investigating Commissioner on a majority of the investigative cases filed at the Commission and holds public hearings on cases found to have probable cause. She is certified as a trainer in areas of discrimination and sexual harassment, and also mediates cases for the Commission. She also serves as a faculty presenter in many seminars and panels with the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) and is a frequent guest speaker with many of the local and state Bar Associations.
Ms. Thomas-George also serves on the Advisory Board for the South Asian Bar Association of Greater Boston (SABA GB). Ms. Thomas-George is the recipient of the 2001 Manuel Carballo Governor's Award for Excellence in Public Service and received the 2004 Executive Branch Award for Excellence in Government Legal Services.
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