Friday, April 18, 2008

Finally - Justice In Tennessee!

"The murders of Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom"

Michelle Malkin, LaShawn Barber, HotAir and many other sites have been blogging on this story for over a year and it seems like some measure of justice will finally prevail. In case you didn't read or see the story on the Lame Stream Media you're not alone. It seems hardly anyone saw this story on Network news or the major newsprint services. Why? The story was buried by the press. Black on White crime takes a back seat in reporting for some reason. Two murders this horrific and I saw NOTHING on the major Networks about it. I had to read about it on the web. What's wrong with this picture?

Anyway, click the link below to read more about the scumbags who committed this terrible crime and the progress of the case. As usual, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and some of the other race baiters had nothing to say since there was no mileage to be gained.

http://michellemalkin.com/2008/04/17/horror-in-knoxville-update-the-first-guilty-verdict/

3 comments:

Burnt Toast said...

This was a horrendous crime completely ignored by the media because of the race issue.

And another fine example of people who have worn out their welcome on Planet Earth. Good riddance.

In 15 years of course.

Al? Jesse? Where y'at? Don't here any cash registers ringing, do we?

Greasywrench said...

This wasn't just a murder. It was a slaughter. Horrible and heinous. Since it was a black on white crime it could have easily been labeled a hate crime.

If the horrible dragging death of James Byrd was a hate crime (and it was) WTF was this? Either the law applies to all of us, black, white, brown, yellow, gay, straight, or it applies to no one.

The scum that murdered these two young people should never ever walk free again. This crime transcends race and hate. It's about dispicable human trash that should never be allowed to mingle with decent people again.

Burnt Toast said...

You're exactly right Greasy. The law should apply to all. Unfortunately it does not.

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