posted on 12/29/2002 11:57:15 AM PST
Sounds like a natural for all the anti-terrorist legialation that's been adopted.
posted on 12/29/2002 12:08:10 PM PST
"Others who know Kopp more intimately still doubt
that he killed Slepian, despite his confession."
posted on 12/29/2002 12:24:18 PM PST
posted on 12/29/2002 12:56:31 PM PST
Thanks for posting.
Comments on an article you previously posted pointed out that Kopp said he found Slepian's home in the phone book, but that couldn't be as his number was unlisted and that therefore he must have had local help.
The post says "This sort of thing normally comes down to the lone nut.....But James Kopp is neither nuts nor alone."
No, this fellow is a nutcase alright, as are his accomplises.
posted on 12/29/2002 3:57:12 PM PST
Some years ago, the Wall Street Journal had a front-page article on the Society of Pius X in a small town in Kansas, where they had bought an old Roman Catholic seminary & turned it into a St. Pius X seminary. They were under some kind of FBI investigation for hoarding guns, or something like that. True, this was during the days of the Clinton Administration, where Janet Reno was out after everyone conservative (i.e. "the militias,") but it does make you wonder if where there was smoke, there was fire.
To: sinkspur; ultima ratio; Catholicguy; Desdemona; saradippity; pegleg; Salvation; narses; BlackElk
There's enough goodies in here to smack both the SSPX and some pro-life conservative RC priests who seem to condone this sort of nonsense.
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