Editor's Note: After last night's AC360° we received comments on the execution of John Allen Muhammad. Many of you wrote in to say that you felt justice was served, while others condemned it. We also received comments on Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan – some of you believe he should be referred to as a terrorist or, at the very least, charged with a hate crime. What do you think?Let us know!
The Home Depot was in fact chilling!! Charles Johnson was in fact chilling!! I was home and on 495 for hours that early morning. What happened in Jarratt was also chilling for a civilized nation. Let’s sit up in church on Sunday and convince ourselves as to how righteous we are.
Justice in this case has been served....unlike others.
Major Hasan is a terrorist... but if the media is unwilling to call him a terrorist, they should at the very least accuse of him of committing a hate crime. If what he did was not a hate crime, then the law is extremely one-sided and biased. It's pretty crystal clear to the public what happened at Fort Hood... the politically correct police (i.e. the media, government, etc...) should get a clue and start telling it like it is. Denial might be fashionable, but it looks like a spandex body suit on a fat man when the media wears it.
The fact that the D. C. Sniper didn't want to divulge his last meal to the media and Meserve's description of him, showed just how much he wanted attention and wanted to have power over others. He wanted to feel superior. He did nothing in life to merit attention or respect, but couldn't stand to be ignored. These killers have such arrogance. They kill for power, because they are mentally, intellectually and socially incapable of doing anything that would help them achieve the importance they crave.
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