Thursday, April 26, 2012

Feds Will Decide If Matthew Owens Beating Is A Hate Crime

Well, we know how that's going to turn out.

Mobile County District Attorney Ashley Rich says her office met with the U.S. Attorney, FBI and the police department about the Matthew Owens beating case.

They want the feds to decide whether a hate crime was committed.

More @  WKRG


  1. Greetings:

    First of all, I strongly object to these public news Internet web sites, such as WKRG-TV Channel 5 (and yesterday, "THE TENNESSEAN" newspaper), requiring that individuals MUST have a currently active account on the FACEBOOK social networking web site before they're allowed to post comments or responses.

    Some time ago, I got bored and disgusted with my useless FACEBOOK, MY SPACE, TWITTER, and LINKED IN accounts, so I cancelled each of them.

    Now, as for the "Hate Crime" charges - - - ,

    Nobody should ever be charged with a "Hate Crime", regardless of their motivation when committing a prosecutorial offense.

    It doesn't matter how, what, or why any particularly designated race or ethnicity is involved.

    Any and all so-called "Hate Crime" and/or "Hate Speech" legislation are blatant violations of our divinely inspired Constitution of the United States of America, and of our unalienable rights as individual citizens of our lost republic.

    Thank you.

    John Robert Mallernee
    Armed Forces Retirement Home
    Gulfport, Mississippi 39507


    I just now posted my response at the WKRG-TV 5 web site, using their "Contact Us" e-mail form.