Because it's not equally wrong for the same reason that involuntary manslaughter and first-degree murder aren't considered equal wrongs under our law. And in this case, there wasn't even an obvious wrong. She didn't make up a lie. Try reading the thread. Her daughter saw a white man in a truck. The police found video evidence of the white man in the truck leaving the scene. The mother said she could not understand a random white man targeting her family, so it must have been racially motivated. That's not a lie. That's speculation. You seem quite desperate to impute bad motives to this woman. It's not surprising after you got caught with your pants down earlier in the thread, though.