Skip to comments.Vandalism of Dallas monument, church investigated as hate crime [Hoax Crime alert?]
Posted on 07/04/2014 9:05:19 PM PDT by fwdude
DALLAS Dallas police are asking for the publics help to find the vandals behind the bright red 666 graffiti painted over the weekend on a well-known Oak Lawn monument, a predominantly gay church, three print publications, and a highway overpass.
Police are currently labeling the incidents a hate crime, largely because its LGBT Pride Month and two of the locations are landmarks in the gay and lesbian community.
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It seems to me that the Gay Mafia uses the same tactics that the Muslims do.
Kill your own, blame it on your enemy.
It’s probably fake, but I would applaud it if it were real. Homosexuals need to learn that if they aren’t concerned about the fates of their own souls, they need to respect the values of the community and not run indoctrination centers.
It sounds like unlikely graffiti for a vandal.
Let’s not applaud vandalism of either private or public property, even though the left does. We are better than that.
But rest assured, this most definitely WAS a hoax. It was too obvious. The sodomites aren’t very creative in this respect.
A gay church. There is something fishy about this.
Watch. When the activist homo perpetrators are caught, this whole story will be swept under the rug. Nothing to see here, move along.
smells like hoax to me
I wish they would charge the gay with the hate crime once the hoax is revealed. Clearly an act done to incite hatred through deception.
Have ANY of these ever turned out to be legit? This and the fake writing stuff on receipts instead of tipping are non-stories. The fraud story gets national coverage. The reveal that it’s a fraud is local news only.
Hate crime: graffiti, felony, ten years.
Face crime: demonstrating a noticeable facial tic when hearing the phrase “celebrate diversity”.
Thought crime: wondering when experiencing an emotion became a crime.
If all conservatives just got a lawn chair and a beer and watched the world go by, all of these various “hate crimes” would continue since they are perpetrated by leftwing ftards on other leftwing ftards trying to foment riots and other backlash.
Orwell’s novel of the blueprint bu which society is run.
It’s possible the idiot vandals didn’t recognize that they were tagging a “gay church”: they’d only have seen the word “church.”
These are people who think they worship Satin, after all.
I’m really fed up with the “hate crime” tag being used by LEOs and the media. ...Just because someone disagrees with someone else’s life style?
BTW.. The Oak Lawn district in Dallas was a well established gay area even in the 1950s. High school boys would often pose as “bait” there and after being contacted, their friends would jump the homos and beat the crap out of them. It was referred to as ‘rolling the queers’.
How could there be any established “gay” areas in Texas during the 50’s when sodomy was a serious crime at the time?
Don’t get me wrong, I think picketing is the best strategy to deal with these lunatics. I would certainly understand the sentiments of someone who has been harmed by the homosexual agenda, and while vandalism is not a victimless crime and should never be a first resort, it is certainly more benign than what homosexuals do to people and our moral values.
Robert E. Lee park and the Turtle Creek area of the Oak Lawn district in Dallas was a magnet for homosexuals and artsy types. This was in the ‘50s and normal people usually didn’t go there much, so it became a somewhat segregated area based on sexual proclivities.
I’m a ‘60 HS grad and I was only stating in my earlier posting what was well known in Dallas in the ‘50s. I knew many of the guys my age at the time who participated in the “rollings”. Back then, police pretty much looked the other way. Today, those doing the rolling would be prosecuted for hate crimes against queers. ....Times have indeed changed.
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