Mar
03
2010
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Quarterly reminder: no resolution to Wasilla Church Burning. #rsrh #tcot

If you’re wondering when I’m going to drop this particular subject; I’m not.  I don’t like it when people try to murder women and children.  Judging from the hate mail I usually get from these posts, my disapproval is harshing the mood of at least a (very) few people’s masturbation fantasies, which is all the justification that I need right there.

Dec
17
2009
1

A year since the Wasilla Church Burning…

…which, as a reminder, was a deliberate, premeditated attempt to murder women and children via arson; and there has been no progress in the investigation since the last time I checked.  In fact, despite the fact that somebody tried to burn down a church as part of a political statement – I am uninterested in feeding the delusions of those who would argue otherwise* – federal law enforcement agencies are apparently not investigating this themselves.

And this would be the point where I go away from the keyboard and start to swear.

Moe Lane

*I’d love to be proven wrong.

Crossposted to RedState.

Oct
06
2009
6

It has now been *ten* months since the Wasilla Church Burning.

I posted on this three months ago – and in those three months: if there has been anything done by the current government in investigating this hate crime that would merit an update, I haven’t found it.  Somebody attempted to murder several women and children via arson, and it’s becoming depressingly clear that that person (or persons) has gotten away with it clean.

This offends me.  It should offend you.  If it doesn’t, I don’t really care what your excuse is.

Moe Lane

Crossposted to RedState.

Jul
06
2009
2

Seven months since the Wasilla Church Burning…

…and no arrests; no updates; and no real indication that the federal government is taking seriously an organized attempt to murder mothers and children by setting their church on fire. Remember: they used accelerant on the doors. There’s no chance at all this was meant to be a ‘prank.’

Eric Holder recently went before Congress to call for a strengthened hate crimes bill. It occurs to me that calling his office at 202-353-1555 and politely inquiring how the Department of Justice is doing in its investigation of this existing one would be an excellent way to start your work week.

Moe Lane

PS: The response to this should not break down along partisan political lines; I will be pleasantly surprised if this turns out to be the case.

Crossposted to RedState.

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