Thursday, July 07, 2005

A possible hate crime in Orlando?

Arson a Muslim 'heartbreak'
Someone torches house on planned site of Islamic cemetery -- it may mean delays

These eight acres of oak hammocks and horse pasture in east Orange County are a landmark for area Muslims. The land is the planned site of the area's first Islamic cemetery. For the first time, Muslims will be able to bury their own.

Then early Wednesday morning, someone forced open a door of a house on the property, lit a broom in the kitchen and set the empty house aflame.

Investigators concluded the fire was arson. Now they and leaders of the Islamic Society of Central Florida wonder whether the motive is anti-Islamic hate.


Riddle me this Patman. How do you know the motive before you arrest a suspect?

3 Comments:

At 11:59 AM, Blogger Sick Boy said...

The Nazi's in the '30's staged an "attack" by the Polish with stolen uniforms and destroyed their own barracks and supplies to "justify" invading Poland. Great question; how do you know before you know? No one here's from the bums in dirty night shirts, then all of a sudden there is a supposed "hate crime" against them and the "wahs wahs" start? After all they are "practitioners of the religion of peace". ...and with the incident in London this morning? Remember, takeah; anything to further the cause. No, I do not believe this is a hate crime. Or is the accusation more important than the evidence? Only the Shadow knows...

 
At 12:59 PM, Blogger Sick Boy said...

www.nysun.com/article/16544

 
At 7:51 PM, Blogger ElexTech said...

I don't believe in hate crimes. A crime is a crime. The term "hate crime" is another label invented by liberals to evoke emotional responses, bypassing rational thought.

 

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