Sunday, January 22, 2006 Holds The Torch In Hate Speech

By now, we've all heard the story about the police chief in Georgia who had his house burned down, an act of arson, after an inmate died in custody. Leave it up to the goofballs and weirdos at to not only condone, but support the actions of those who committed this felony. Here's some of their posts:

High Plains (865 posts) Sat Jan-21-06 02:09 PM

Now there's a response to police brutality! On the one hand, one can't condone arson.

On the other hand, I bet the cops in north Georgia think twice before they pepper spray someone to death again. Too bad it's almost impossible to indict, let alone convict, brutal cops.

alcibiades_mystery (1000+ posts) Sat Jan-21-06 02:33 PM

Roscoe P. Coltraine finally got one of those Duke boys good

James Jackson, oldest brother of Clarence Walker, said that his brother angered the police because he often ran away from them.What the hell is going on down there???

High Plains (865 posts) Sat Jan-21-06 02:31 PM

Yes, he did, and a pregnant wife, too. That's why I said one couldn't condone it. But one can sure as hell understand it. And to be honest, I really hope a lot of cops hear about this. Might make 'em pause before they beat somebody to death.

There's a big difference between free speech and hate speech. This, my friends, is the latter.

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