Skip to comments.Brian Nichols: PC Kills...Again
Posted on 03/21/2005 8:52:33 AM PST by Pendragon_6
Brian Nichols wasnt fighting injustice; he was fighting justice!
Feminism and racism are deadly. In the Brian Nichols case, we can lay four corpses and several brutalized though living victims at the feet of incompetence that was the product of feminism and racism. For had the Fulton County district attorney or sheriffs office shown any professionalism, as opposed to being guided by feminist and racist practices, Brian Nichols would never have been in the Fulton County Superior Court on March 11, and Judge Rowland Barnes, court reporter Julie Ann Brandau, Sheriffs Deputy Sergeant Hoyt Teasley, and ICE Agent David Wilhelm would all still be alive today.
To get a preliminary look at the role of the politically correct mentality at work in the Nichols case, lets contrast the depiction of the case as it unfolded on Saturday, March 12, between CNN and the Fox News Channel.
Cable News Follies
On March 12, I bounced back and forth between CNN and Fox News coverage of the case. On CNN in the early afternoon, the on-air personalities were concerned as to how Nichols could have snapped. They emphasized that he came from a good (read: middle-class) family, had a good job at UPS, was intelligent (he had supposedly taught himself a high level of computer savvy and how to play a musical instrument), and polite. CNNs personalities spoke of Nichols having been guarded by one deputy, taking pains to avoid the issue of the deputys sex.
At the Fox News Channel, a very different profile emerged, of a man who had been involved in crime, albeit petty crime, his entire adult life. Nichols was a linebacker at Kutztown State University, but was caught stealing, arrested, and expelled. He had been arrested several times over the years. Rather than saying Nichols had a good job, the Fox hosts noted that he had bounced from job to job. And Fox News personalities repeatedly asked how a woman could have been charged with guarding a tall, powerfully built man charged with violent crimes.
Eventually, the Fox News personalities also got around to the how did he snap? nonsense.
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