September 27, 2006

A Couple of Questions on George Allen and His Godfather Moment

First, is this a violation of federal law regarding misuse of a postal receptacle? I think it obviously is. And if so, has the statute of limitations run now that his "identity" has been uncovered?

Second, might it have been reported is a hate crime either to local, state or federal authorities at the time? And if so, where are the reports? Would it have been included in statistical evidence for civil rights reporting by the DoJ, the Feebs (directly), the Virginia AG's office or version of the Feebs, NAACP, ACLU, Southern Poverty Law Center, etc.?

Third, that's a pretty horrific event for the victim(s). Are they still around? Do they remember the incident? Might there be a neighbor, a child or a law enforcement official who might recall the incident?

Fourth, would it be permissible to start the line now for those interested in kicking Herr Felix in his little, tiny ass, racist balls? If so, I'm first in line. I cannot tolerate this type of shit. And I'm from the South and have many racists in my family.


Blogger Emptyman said...

There weren't any such things as hate crime reporting then.

When his mother told him she was Jewish, she concluded with (he says) "now you won't love me anymore." Assuming he's telling the truth about their conversation, what sort of anti-Semitic sentiments were being regularly expressed in the Allen household such that she would think this?

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