Skip to comments.Flagrant Conduct in Texas: how a bedroom arrest decriminalized gay Americans
Posted on 03/13/2012 5:28:28 AM PDT by urtax$@work
A new book about Lawrence v. Texas the ground-breaking U.S. Supreme Court ruling that found anti-sodomy laws unconstitutional argues that the case was based on events that didnt actually happen.
John Geddes Lawrence and Tyron Garner were arrested for having sex in Lawrences bedroom in Harris County. But Dale Carpenter argues in his new book, Flagrant Conduct, that the two gay men were not having sex and were not a couple.
This is an excerpt for political and religious discussion.
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Old news: it was indeed a setup.
I’m not surprised it was a set-up. That’s SOP for leftists.
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Rosa Parks refusal to move was a set up as well. This is how one tests a law one doesn’t agree with. Recently some open carry supporters got arrested handing out leaflets. It would not diminish the value of their purpose in my mind if I found out it was planned.
The Sbopes trial was a publicity stunt as well.
Thr Feds yanking tax exempt status from any church not perfuming gay “marriages” is the big plan here.