[Hpn] [Fwd: Re: [Hpn] Re: Elian Gonzales]
Thu, 27 Apr 2000 01:59:51 -0400
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Subject: Re: [Hpn] Re: Elian Gonzales
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2000 01:57:10 -0400
From: unclescam <email@example.com>
To: Restore Hope in America <firstname.lastname@example.org>
you're right again.
if you're too dumb to think,guns are the only way to deal with you.
why just look
how often the cops draw thier guns on rich folks. then again how often
on the homeless.
aren't we bombarded by stories on the police use of guns against the
n pepper spray? aren't we being killed by those peace officers and being
told it was
the only way ? why are we not looking at this in the same way. we don't
believe it when
they kill a woman in l.a. , we applaud in miami ?
my points have nothing to do with the family fued over a kid . it's
the use of the
military to control the citizens. it's kill me to protect my rights
method of police
Restore Hope in America wrote:
> On Wed, 26 Apr 2000, unclescam wrote:
> > one more,
> > your hooligans are my peace demonstrators and anti wto resisters, or
> > fathers/abortion/indigenous peoples rights marchers. i don't want the army to stop
> > them either.
> ON the contrary - the hooligans I am speaking of are the Cuban exiles who
> supported breaking the law by stating that they would use every means
> necessary to stop the police or any one else from taking the kid back.
> Now, if you have a crowd of hundreds who have promised to bring in
> thousands to stop you from doing something (removing Elian from an
> unlawful hostage situation rife with child abuse) - how are you going to
> accomplish that peacefully? I agree with anti-violence measures, but lets
> not get ridiculous about it. What happened in Miami was correct based on
> all the information available to Reno at the time. Rather than you and I
> continuing this, read the reports of experts who study these situations.
> And do so with an open mind, and not with the thought that those who were
> holding the kid are going to just turn him over peacefully. They stated
> dozens of times that they would not do so under any circumstances.
> David R. Quammen
> Restore Hope In America
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