Thursday, December 12, 2002

Some have jumped on the Cleveland paper’s statement that it’s puzzling that a peace activist and social worker would kill another person. Note, the commenters, say, that they don’t take that stance when an abortion facility is damaged or an abortionist shot. They don’t wonder at the oddity of a prolifer killing. They imply that it’s natural and fully to be expected.

Well, that’s a little harsh. Not the point about the bias against anti-abortionists, but the point about the Cleveland case. Forgive me, but yeah, if a peace activist and social worker with no history of violence confessed to shooting another person and setting a fire that burned the body – I would find that…surprising. I’d find it puzzling. In fact, I do.

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