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    Re: Texas Inmates Likely to Be Exonerated After Committee Discovers Wrongful Convicti

    Quote Originally Posted by Vader View Post
    I never claimed the north was innocent....
    You just ducked it altogether slamming one region. Quite typical of you but not a new trick

    but at least we do not execute mentally retarded prisoners... nor do we add minors to a seperate sex offenders registry (something done by the Nazi scum who run Florida).
    No, the north just releases pedophiles after raping children:

    A Maryland judge shaved 14 years off a child molester's prison sentence Friday, a ruling that followed the same judge cutting almost 16 years off another molester's sentence in 2008.

    In shortening the latest sentence, Circuit Court Judge Eric M. Johnson called Jason Lay a different person than he was five years ago, when he was convicted of making a 4-year-old girl perform sexual acts inside a townhouse in Germantown and sentenced to 30 years.


    Case highlights challenges of keeping child molesters safe in prison

    Once again the state of Vermont has let a vicious child molester off lightly, and once again a child's life has become a political cover up.

    Bennington County, Vt., is a pretty, touristy area that is supposed to be relatively crime free. But 37-year-old Andrew James is a known troublemaker, a man convicted of a violent felony: attacking his wife with a screwdriver in front of his own small children. For that, James served 30 days in jail.

    But then James upped the criminal ante and molested a 4-year-old boy. After cutting a deal with prosecutor Andrew Costello, James pleaded guilty, and Judge David Howard sentenced him to probation and mandatory "treatment," which means this monster is walking around free right now.


    Vermont's Shame by Bill O'Reilly on Creators.com - A Syndicate Of Talent

    Do you want to continue this embarrassment focusing only on one region of the US or have you learned your lesson yet?

    ALso ... mentioning the Colombine masacre, something unrealted to the topic, was truly and absolutely tasteless, and you should be ashamed of yourself. It was NOT state sactioned. What I was complaing of WAS. There is a fine line between that conversation and the tasteless reference you made to Colombine. Shame on you sir. Tasteless and out line to the end. You're a true republican.
    Another fabrication. Why am I not surprised. Take a look at your own bull****

    The KKK started in the south, Jim Crow was a governor of a southern state, and the freedom marchers were victimized in the south.
    Two of your points had NOTHING to do with state sanctioned policy so once again you are caught red handed in another fabrication about your own words. You really should read your own posts more often and lesson your embarrassment.

    For the record, since the death penalty was reinstated in 1976, no state has executed more inmates than Texas.

    Article here: Texas reporter's seen unrivaled number of U.S. executions - CNN.com.
    AND PROUD OF IT. We don't coddle murderers and rapists. You might like that but we don't.

    While no state is innocent, Texas and some other southern states went out of their way to be and stay corrupt. This phenominon started when SOUTHERN PLANTATION OWNERS kidnapped people from Africa and used them for slave labor.
    I see you cowardly ducked all the Indian massacres that occurred in the north as I quoted. What, do those people don't count to you?

    Here's a look at justice in the south:

    Freedom Riders were Civil Rights activists that rode interstate buses into the segregated southern United States to test the United States Supreme Court decision Boynton v. Virginia (of 1960).[1] The first Freedom Ride left Washington, D.C., on May 4, 1961, and was scheduled to arrive in New Orleans on May 17.[2]
    Here's a look at justice in the north.

    On Sunday, July 12, the names of the draftees drawn the day before by the Provost Marshall were published in newspapers. Within hours, groups of irate citizens, many of them Irish immigrants, banded together across the city. Eventually numbering some 50,000 people, the mob terrorized neighborhoods on the East Side of New York for three days looting scores of stores. Blacks were the targets of most attacks on citizens; several lynchings and beatings occurred. In addition, a black church and orphanage were burned to the ground.
    All in all, the mob caused more than $1.5 million of damage. The number killed or wounded during the riot is unknown, but estimates range from two dozen to nearly 100. Eventually, Lincoln deployed combat troops from the Federal Army of the Potomac to restore order; they remained encamped around the city for several weeks. In the end, the draft raised only about 150,000 troops throughout the North, about three-quarters of them substitutes, amounting to just one-fifth of the total Union force.


    The New York Draft Riots

    Your bigotry against the south and ignorance of northern atrocities are shameful. You should be embarrassed at your severe lack of knowledge of history.

    Once again we show that racism is not something the south enjoys alone blowing away your ignorant focus on only southerners.

    The Freedom Riders set out to challenge this status quo by riding various forms of public transportation in the South to challenge local laws or customs that enforced segregation. The Freedom Rides, and the violent reactions they provoked, bolstered the credibility of the American Civil Rights Movement and called national attention to the violent disregard for the law that was used to enforce segregation in the southern United States. Riders were arrested for trespassing, unlawful assembly, and violating state and local Jim Crow laws, along with other alleged offenses...
    Between 1820 and 1850, Northern blacks also became the frequent targets of mob violence. Whites looted, tore down, and burned black homes, churches, schools, and meeting halls. They stoned, beat, and sometimes murdered blacks. Philadelphia was the site of the worst and most frequent mob violence. City officials there generally refused to protect African Americans from white mobs and blamed blacks for inciting the violence with their "uppity" behavior. (Public Broadcasting Service Resource Bank. Race-based legislation in the North 1807 – 1850)

    Once again proving racism history exists in the south AND the north

    Chronology On The History Of Slavery And Racism 1830 To The End

    The United States Supreme Court's decision in Boynton v. Virginia granted interstate travelers the legal right to disregard local segregation ordinances regarding interstate transportation facilities. But the Freedom Riders' rights were not enforced, and their actions were considered criminal acts throughout most of the South. For example, upon the Riders' arrival in Mississippi, their journey ended with imprisonment for exercising their legal rights in interstate travel. Similar arrests took place in other Southern cities.

    Article: Freedom Rides - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    The president-elect's eyes twinkled and he said he was reminded of a story. According to eyewitness Henry Villard, President-elect Abraham Lincoln "told the story of the Kentucky Justice of the Peace whose first case was a criminal prosecution for the abuse of slaves. Unable to find any precedent, he exclaimed angrily: `I will be damned if I don't feel almost sorry for being elected when the niggers is the first thing I have to attend to.'"

    This story, shocking as it may sound to Lincoln admirers, was in character. For the president-elect had never shown any sincere sympathy for Blacks, and none of his cronies was surprised to hear him suggest that he shared the viewpoint of the reluctant and biased justice of the peace. As for the N-word, everybody knew that old Abe used it all the time, both in public and in private. (Since Lincoln supporters are in a state of constant denial, I have not used elision in reporting his use of the offensive word n--r.)


    Did Lincoln REALLY Free The Slaves? - Excerpt | Ebony | Find Articles at BNET

    The President from the north could have cared less about African Americans.

    Want more?
    Please. You are on a roll embarrassing yourself.

    Mississippi Burning:

    The Mississippi civil rights workers murders involved the 1964 lynching of three political activists during the American Civil Rights Movement.

    The murders of James Chaney, a 21-year-old black man from Meridian, Mississippi; Andrew Goodman, a 20-year-old white Jewish anthropology student from New York; and Michael Schwerner, a 24-year-old white Jewish CORE organizer and former social worker also from New York, symbolized the risks of participating in the Civil Rights Movement in the South during what became known as "Freedom Summer", dedicated to voter registration.

    The lynching of the three young men occurred shortly after midnight on June 21, 1964, when they went to investigate the burning of a church that supported civil rights activity. James Chaney was a local Freedom Movement activist in Meridian, Michael Schwerner was a CORE organizer from New York, and Andrew Goodman, also from New York, was a Freedom Summer volunteer. The three men had just finished week-long training on the campus of Western College for Women (now part of Miami University), in Oxford, Ohio, regarding strategies on how to register blacks to vote...

    On November 8, 1909 a rainy Monday evening in Cairo, Illinois, someone raped and murdered Mary Pelly, a white 24 year old salesclerk. On the following day, the authorities arrest William "Froggie" James, a black man for the murder. The crime whipped the small river town into a furty that culminated with the lynching of two man and exposed the racist and violent reality of this northern state.

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    The events in Duluth shocked many, but lynching was hardly new to the north. From 1889 to 1918, at least 219 people were lynched in northern states.5 There have been at least twenty lynching deaths in Minnesota history. Of this number, the only black victims were the three men killed in Duluth on June 15, 1920.6

    Duluth Lynchings Online Resource

    Once again your ignorance focusing only on southern states is exposed for its laughable premise.

    THESE OCCURRED WITH THE BLESSING AND SUPPORT OF CORRUPT SOUTHERN LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL.
    Evidence of this is REQUIRED. Not a wiki link anyone can update. Back this up with FACTS. Lets see it.

    Aticle: Mississippi civil rights workers murders - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    In then end, I admited my state and most others were less than innocent. You didn't have the courage to do the same.
    Another fabrication. Why am I not surprised.

    My quote:

    Get off your high horse and get back down to actual facts. ALL States and regions of America have their fair share of violence and for you to so willingly display your utter incompetence in this area is just another indictation that you really need to read more and talk less.
    All states INCLUDES TEXAS. Seriously, do you ever read carefully or do you just enjoy embarrassing yourself over and over again?

    All you did was spread republicanazi propaganda and take a completely tasteless shot at me by reference the Colombine incident.
    LOL You call me tasteless after you lump in Texas with every racist insult you can muster? Face it Columbine IS part of YOUR states history. You can't run from it and your reaction was priceless when I smacked you with the reality of it and for that I thank you

    You call my logic laughable, yet you didn't have the courage to own up. That is a serious character flaw on your part.
    I've already exposed this lie of yours once. You really need to read what I have written instead of embarrassing yourself once again.

    Every one of your points was countered with an incident of racism or violence in the north. Until you can let go of your bigotry against the south and admit racism is found everywhere you will never grow as an adult and certainly will never learn.
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    Re: Texas Inmates Likely to Be Exonerated After Committee Discovers Wrongful Convicti

    Quote Originally Posted by texmaster View Post
    You just ducked it altogether slamming one region. Quite typical of you but not a new trick
    I said the north was not innocent. I never tried to hide anything. That is a southern avoidance tactic that will not work. As usual, you fail.

    Quote Originally Posted by texmaster View Post
    No, the north just releases pedophiles after raping children:

    A Maryland judge shaved 14 years off a child molester's prison sentence Friday, a ruling that followed the same judge cutting almost 16 years off another molester's sentence in 2008.

    In shortening the latest sentence, Circuit Court Judge Eric M. Johnson called Jason Lay a different person than he was five years ago, when he was convicted of making a 4-year-old girl perform sexual acts inside a townhouse in Germantown and sentenced to 30 years.


    Case highlights challenges of keeping child molesters safe in prison

    Once again the state of Vermont has let a vicious child molester off lightly, and once again a child's life has become a political cover up.

    Bennington County, Vt., is a pretty, touristy area that is supposed to be relatively crime free. But 37-year-old Andrew James is a known troublemaker, a man convicted of a violent felony: attacking his wife with a screwdriver in front of his own small children. For that, James served 30 days in jail.

    But then James upped the criminal ante and molested a 4-year-old boy. After cutting a deal with prosecutor Andrew Costello, James pleaded guilty, and Judge David Howard sentenced him to probation and mandatory "treatment," which means this monster is walking around free right now.


    Vermont's Shame by Bill O'Reilly on Creators.com - A Syndicate Of Talent

    Do you want to continue this embarrassment focusing only on one region of the US or have you learned your lesson yet?
    Actually, we put them in prison. We do not execute them. That is a southern bloodlust thing.


    Quote Originally Posted by texmaster View Post
    Two of your points had NOTHING to do with state sanctioned policy so once again you are caught red handed in another fabrication about your own words. You really should read your own posts more often and lesson your embarrassment.

    AND PROUD OF IT. We don't coddle murderers and rapists. You might like that but we don't.
    You fabrication at all. You call the truth a lie because you do not want to hear it.

    We put bad people in prison; we do not put them to death. That way if they turn out to be innocent that can be released on compensated.

    Quote Originally Posted by texmaster View Post
    I see you cowardly ducked all the Indian massacres that occurred in the north as I quoted. What, do those people don't count to you?
    AGAIN .... as I stated THE NORTH IS NOT INNOCENT. We came to terms with our mistakes and we're dealing with them. The south has not yet reached that point.

    Quote Originally Posted by texmaster View Post
    Here's a look at justice in the north.

    On Sunday, July 12, the names of the draftees drawn the day before by the Provost Marshall were published in newspapers. Within hours, groups of irate citizens, many of them Irish immigrants, banded together across the city. Eventually numbering some 50,000 people, the mob terrorized neighborhoods on the East Side of New York for three days looting scores of stores. Blacks were the targets of most attacks on citizens; several lynchings and beatings occurred. In addition, a black church and orphanage were burned to the ground.
    All in all, the mob caused more than $1.5 million of damage. The number killed or wounded during the riot is unknown, but estimates range from two dozen to nearly 100. Eventually, Lincoln deployed combat troops from the Federal Army of the Potomac to restore order; they remained encamped around the city for several weeks. In the end, the draft raised only about 150,000 troops throughout the North, about three-quarters of them substitutes, amounting to just one-fifth of the total Union force.


    The New York Draft Riots

    Your bigotry against the south and ignorance of northern atrocities are shameful. You should be embarrassed at your severe lack of knowledge of history.
    As I am said THREE TIMES ... I am WELL aware the north is not innocent. Apparently, you missed it that last few times I said it.

    As to history, your states conservanazis made up their own history when they re-wrote the history texts used in schools. That being said, you are not entitled to lecture ANYBODY on ANY part of history. You state didn't like what was there so they made up their own.

    Quote Originally Posted by texmaster View Post
    Once again we show that racism is not something the south enjoys alone blowing away your ignorant focus on only southerners.
    I focus on haters, bigots, and corrupters. I cannot help the fact there is (or at least was) an abundance of them in the south.

    Quote Originally Posted by texmaster View Post
    Between 1820 and 1850, Northern blacks also became the frequent targets of mob violence. Whites looted, tore down, and burned black homes, churches, schools, and meeting halls. They stoned, beat, and sometimes murdered blacks. Philadelphia was the site of the worst and most frequent mob violence. City officials there generally refused to protect African Americans from white mobs and blamed blacks for inciting the violence with their "uppity" behavior. (Public Broadcasting Service Resource Bank. Race-based legislation in the North 1807 – 1850)
    Those actions were deplorable.

    Quote Originally Posted by texmaster View Post
    Once again proving racism history exists in the south AND the north

    Chronology On The History Of Slavery And Racism 1830 To The End

    The United States Supreme Court's decision in Boynton v. Virginia granted interstate travelers the legal right to disregard local segregation ordinances regarding interstate transportation facilities. But the Freedom Riders' rights were not enforced, and their actions were considered criminal acts throughout most of the South. For example, upon the Riders' arrival in Mississippi, their journey ended with imprisonment for exercising their legal rights in interstate travel. Similar arrests took place in other Southern cities.

    Article: Freedom Rides - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    [i] The president-elect's eyes twinkled and he said he was reminded of a story. According to eyewitness Henry Villard, President-elect Abraham Lincoln "told the story of the Kentucky Justice of the Peace whose first case was a criminal prosecution for the abuse of slaves. Unable to find any precedent, he exclaimed angrily: `I will be damned if I don't feel almost sorry for being elected when the niggers is the first thing I have to attend to.'"
    Those people were ignorant and their crimes were deplorable. I never denied that.

    I guess I just want to see the veil of racism fall. I am only human. I want my children to grow up without knowing race hate.

    Honestly, I have enjoyed this debate with you sir. You are a noble apponent.

    Vader
    Last edited by Vader; 08-04-10 at 06:33 AM.

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