Discussion in 'The Cesspool' started by Οzymandias, Aug 11, 2011.
Seems as though America, like Britain, is also suffering at the moment from ethnic unrest.
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But in America store owners have the right to carry a weapon and have used those weapons when their stores were being looted and have prevented looters from stealing any of their products by firing at them when they tried to break down their doors. The looters should be very wary of such people because they can and will be shot I'm affraid.Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
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Nonsense. Only white people are racially motivated. How dare you suggest otherwise.
Now I know your being sarcastic, aren't you? Only in the media do you find the contorted displays of how distorted things can get.
This amazingly ridiculous run-on sentence, has made me extremely violent for some (known) reason.
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There are TWO sentences there. I'm sorry that you didn't see them and have become annoyed about nothing but your own shortsightedness.Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!:shrug:
Where's the link to the news article?
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It's a FOX News story, as far as I can tell. However, Ozymandias only has twelve posts, and thus can't post links. In the long run, I'll overlook the lack of citation. I think the greater policy question is the difference between the topic title and the source article:
• Thread title: "Flash Mob Attacks in American Cities Racially Motivated"
• From the article:
"'It looked like they were just going after white guys, white people,' Roffers told Wisconsin's Newsradio 620.
But while some witness accounts suggest the attacks are race-based, law enforcement officials say they have no evidence to prove it.
There was 'no confession or anything else' to suggest the July 29 attacks in Philadelphia were 'racially motivated,' Philadelphia Police Department First Deputy Commissioner Richard Ross told FoxNews.com.
'You can't just simply look at the race of the offender and the race of the victim and say it's ethnic intimidation. It may be, but we're not sure. Does it give us pause? Yes it does,' Ross said.
Without a confession, a witness account or some epithet overheard by the victim, no charges will be filed related to ethnic intimidation or a hate crime, Ross said.
'If we don't know and can't prove it, we can't charge it,' he said. 'It's just a very difficult charge to prove ... We're in the business of what we can prove, not what we think.'"
Thus the thread has the appearance of simply trying to stir negative reactions.
On the grounds of misrepresenting a source, then, this thread is closed and redirected to the Cesspool.
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