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Monday, March 13, 2006

Are Church Fires Hate Crimes ?

From Danny Carlton at

In spite of glaring evidence, church fires not considered "hate-crimes"

After all this time not knowing who set fire to all those churches in the south, we finally have the culprits, and all the MSM can focus on is that they liked to drink...ignoring the obvious...
From WorldNetDaily...
Benjamin Moseley and Russell DeBusk, 19, were theater students at Birmingham-Southern College. Matthew Cloyd, 20, lived in the same dorm as DeBusk, an academic overachiever and son of a doctor....An academic standout, Cloyd grew up a doctor's son in Shelby County. His true love was deer hunting. But hunting was intertwined with alcohol, and a rebellious anger crept into Cloyd's personality. Cloyd wrote to Moseley last summer, as the two planned a road trip: "Let us defy the very morals of society instilled upon us by our parents, our relatives and of course Jesus." About the same time, DeBusk and Moseley started dabbling in the occult, according to a report by Religion News Service. They told friends they were Satanists on a hunt for knowledge....DeBusk and Moseley had a darker side, according to friends. They said they claimed to be Satanists, which, they explained, was "not about worshipping the devil, but about the pursuit of knowledge."
So when self-proclaimed Satanists burn down a bunch of churches, it isn't a hate crime? Isn't such a blatant double standard—applying the label "hate" to only those cases the PC crowd care about— itself an act of hate?
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