Our fifth column is alive and well and nurtured by the Left.
Start with the local Code Pink, Indymedia, type left wing radical blogs. I’m sure someone is taking credit for it there.
He stressed that vandalizing a grave is a crime, and asked for the public's help in figuring out the culprits.
Anyone with information is asked to call Liberty Police at 936-366-5666.
Even during the worst days of the Vietnam era, no one would have considered an act like this.
i strongly believe what goes around comes around. i wouldn’t want to be the vandals.
Bush Derangement Syndrome knows no bounds.
Hunt them down for as long as it takes and send a message.Not to anyone else but just to the scumbags that did this.
This country is full of brainwashed media-dupes who believe that anarchist blackshirts somehow have First Amendment protection when they swarm down public streets assaulting passers-by, defecating on the pavement, destroying property, and threatening all who disagree with their totalitarian message. It isn’t much of a step from that to this, especially with the media culture covering for the blackshirts and giving them the stamp of approval as righteous rebels.
These wusses attack a Marine’s grave because they would never have the guts to confront a living Marine.
The meanness of this act makes me want to cry. How craven and cruel.
The Lord loves a hangin’ - and it sounds like somebody needs one...
Let’s all be perfectly honest with ourselves.
Not a single thing will be done about this.
Thiss America in the 21st Century.
Adding a follow up to the story and info about the arrest of the accused vandal.....
Arrest over Liberty gravesite vandalism of Marine | Chron.com ...
......LIBERTY, Texas A Liberty-area man is accused of vandalizing the ... Authorities say 41-year-old Wallace Ray DeBlanc was arrested Wednesday night. [apparently took the materials for resale or so it’s believed]
Texas Police Arrest Man After Marine Grave Desecration ...
Investigators said Thursday that Wallace Ray DeBlanc, 41, ripped the 25 floral arrangements apart for the wire stands (worth about $1.50 each), a pewter cross and other decorations that could be resold to floral shops.
Liberty Police Chief Mike Cummings estimates DeBlanc, who has given police a statement, got $30 to $50 for the items. He has been charged with two felonies: theft of property from a grave and criminal mischief to a human burial site.