Saturday, November 7, 2009

Extremist right wing violence

The reason the federal government wasn't looking into real threats (like the Fort Hood assassin, who fits the profile and had actually supported and threatened domestic violence) was because Obama's DHS decided that the "real threat" was from "right wing extremists".

The supposed proof? The census worker in Kentucky who was found lynched, which the government and the media blamed on the extremist rhetoric unleashed by the tea party protesters.

Don't expect to read this in any newspaper, or hear it on MSNBC, but it looks more and more like it was a suicide.

"Investigators probing the death of a Kentucky census worker found hanging from a tree with the word "fed" scrawled on his chest increasingly doubt he was killed because of his government job and are pursuing the possibility he committed suicide . . . Two officials, speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the case, said no final conclusions have been made in the case. In recent weeks, however, investigators have grown more skeptical that 51-year-old Bill Sparkman died at the hands of someone angry at the federal government. The officials said investigators continue to look closely at suicide as a possible cause of Sparkman's death for a number of reasons. There were no defensive wounds on Sparkman's body, and while his hands were bound with duct-tape, they were still somewhat mobile, suggesting he could have manipulated the rope . . . "

And, don't expect any retractions or apologies from the initial accusers. They're too busy protecting who they see as the "real victims" of the Fort Hood shootings - - the shooter's friends and family.

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