Sunday, 1 July 2012

Facebook - Home of Hate Crime

Friday, June 29, 2012

Killing a sex offender =/= protecting children

"Recently several advocates and myself created a Facebook group called Campaign for Freedom. Fed up with the never-ending slew of hate, intolerance and ignorance that runs so rampant in our society towards sex offenders (at least what the public believes is a sex offender), we began to compile screenshots of some of the most vile offenders. Yes, I said offender.

Some of these comments are from random members of the public. Some of them are from groups that supposedly exist to "protect children". Regardless, they all share a disturbing sentiment: apparently, it's okay to destroy and torment families (including children) as long as it's portrayed as some kind of child safety measure. Perhaps even more troubling is the fact that many of these people claim to be Christian. To them, I offer a verse from Galatians: "A man who claims to love God yet hates his brother is a liar."

Feast your eyes on the musings of self-proclaimed child advocates and their ilk, and ask yourself if child welfare is truly at the heart of such comments. Ask yourself how many innocent families and children have to suffer before our society is brave enough to demand change."

It's not okay to hurt my family


Sunday, July 1, 2012

Sex offender serial killer: URGENT Call to Action!

"This morning it came to my attention and horror that Patrick Drum, the confessed double murderer of Gary Blanton and Jerry Ray due to their status as sex offenders, has struck again. This time, his victim was a 19-year-old man serving time for a "failure to register as a sex offender" charge. The victim has been a registered sex offender since the age of 13. Read the story here.

Mr. Drum has now harmed three innocent families. The tool that made this possible is the sex offender registry. Not far behind is the public support of Mr. Drum's actions."

Accused double-murderer who allegedly targeted sex offenders attacks inmate offender in Clallam County jail

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