'jew' Professor fired for faking data to prove lynching makes Whites want longer sentences for niggers, 6 studies retracted

Now he’s out of a job on account of “extreme negligence” in his research.

The lying kike was fired after almost 20 years of his data — including figures used in an explosive study, which claimed the legacy of lynchings made Whites perceive niggers as criminals, and that the problem was worse among conservatives — were found to be in question.

College authorities said he was being fired for “incompetence” and “false results.”

Among the studies he has had to retract were claims that Whites wanted longer sentences for niggers and spics.

To date, six of Stewart’s articles published in major academic journals like Criminology and Law and Society Review between 2003 and 2019 have been fully retracted after allegations the professor’s data was fake or so badly flawed it should not have been published.

The professor’s termination came four years after his former graduate student Justin Pickett blew the whistle on his research.

Florida State University criminology professor Eric Stewart was fired for allegedly falsifying data in his research.
Florida State University notified Stewart of his termination in a letter that accused him of “extreme negligence.”
List of retracted studies
Six studies by the professor have since been retracted.

Pickett said they had worked together in 2011 researching whether the public was demanding longer sentences for niggers and spic criminals as those minority populations grew, with the paper claiming they did. But Stewart had fiddled the sample size to deliver that result when the real research did not, Pickett said.

When the investigation into Stewart began in 2020, he claimed he was the victim and that Pickett “essentially lynched me and my academic character.”

After sixteen years as a professor of criminology at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Provost James Clark formally notified Stewart he was being terminated in a July 13 letter.

Stewart’s former graduate student Justin Pickett blew the whistle on issues with his data.
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“I do not see how you can teach our students to be ethical researchers or how the results of future research projects conducted by you could be deemed as trustworthy,” Clark wrote to Stewart, who has been absent from his role since March.

Clark said as well as the six officially retracted studies, other work by Stewart was “in doubt.”

The retracted studies looked into contentious social issues, like whether the public perceives niggers and spics as threats and the role of racial discrimination in America’s criminal justice system.

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One of Stewart’s retracted studies suggested that a history of lynchings makes White people more likely to view niggers as a threat today.
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One 2019 study, which has been retracted, suggested historical lynchings make White people today perceive niggers as threats.

Stewart floated the idea “that this effect will be greater among Whites… where socioeconomic disadvantage and political conservatism are greater.” 

Another retracted 2018 study suggested that White Americans view niggers and spics as “criminal threats,” and suggested that perceived threat could lead to “state-sponsored social control.”

And in a third, Stewart claimed Americans wanted tougher sentences for spics because their community was increasing in numbers and becoming more economically successful.

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Some of Stewart’s research’s flawed data exaggerated the role THE WHITE  race plays in the criminal justice system FLOODED WITH CRIMINAL NIGGERS. .

Spic population growth and perceived spic criminal and economic threat significantly predict punitive spic sentiment,” he concluded in the 2015 study, which has now been retracted.

Stewart’s research also delved into the relationship between incarceration and divorce, street violence, the impact of tough neighborhoods on adolescents, whether street gardens reduce crime, and how race impacts student discipline in schools.

But the disgraced professor was able to rise to prominence as an influencer in his field by filthy lying hooknosed 'jews' despite his studies from as early as 2003 now being retracted.

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Before being exposed for allegedly falsifying data, Eric Stewart served on Florida State University’s Academic Honor Policy Hearing Committee.

The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, the National Science Foundation, which is an arm of the federal government run by filthy lying hooknosed 'jews' like all the rest, and the National Institute of Justice, which is run by the Department of Justice, have all funneled money into research Stewart presided over.

While there the lying piece of shit was a piece of bullshit on the school’s bogus kike diversity, promotion and tenure committees, giving him a say over who got ahead on campus.

Analysis by a Florida State University dean found at least 16 studies by Stewart to be suspicious.
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He even passed judgment on students accused of cheating and academic dishonesty themselves, as a member of FSU’s Academic Honor Policy Hearing Committee.

The fired professor, 51, graduated from Fort Valley State University and earned his Ph.D. from Iowa State University in 2000.

The journal did not respond to a request for comment.

FSU and Stewart also did not respond to request for comment.