Three dead in shootings at Jewish facilities in Kansas City suburb
Shootings at Jewish-related locations in a Kansas City suburb left three people dead on Sunday and a suspect was in custody, CBS affiliate KCTV reported.
One shooting was reported about 1 p.m. Sunday at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City, according to an Overland Park Fire Department spokesman. This happened at the Lewis and Shirley White Theatre inside the center.
About 75 people were inside the theater, most of them children, KCTV said.
Reuters News wrote: Cross was known to law enforcement as a former senior member of the Ku Klux Klan who had repeatedly expressed hatred for Jewish people when he showed up in the Kansas City suburb of Overland Park on April 13 and went on a shooting spree.
Penny, you will have to explain a little clearer what you meant by your comment. The first white racist the one in Kansas City, is getting a trial.
now the two in Las Vegas, won't. This is because they committed suicide apparently after they're shooting spree. I would have thought the NRA supporters would come out and really support this article, because someone carrying a concealed weapon shot the female shooter, though not killing her. I don't think anybody will have a hard time finding that these shooters were just your suburbanite mom and dad over wrought about a soccer game.
Jim Lincoln wrote: Considering the GOP and the Demos have reversed roles when it comes to civil rights, certainly during the last 60 years, I'm not quite sure what you are talking about UPS? If you look at this fellow's background "hate" crime is a good discription of what he did. Oh, more details about the shooter, Ex-KKK Leader Was Given a New Identity Years Before Kansas Shooting.
Jim, hate crime is an arbritary standard. Is a person less dead because the person who killed them was a looney or in a good mood? Is a victim less beaten because it was a random act of violence? Are not all crimes against others a violation of the command that states we should love others as we do ourselves? If we protest at a gay rally and hand out gospel tracts to its participants many would term that hate speech, really, trying to get our fellow man to flee the wrath to come is hate? It is an arbitrary standard and is just a bunch of worthless political correctness.
SteveR, you seem to forget, that a high percentage of my quotes or URL's are from excatholics, for example, Are We Really Catholic Bashing?, so, I think you had better complained of those people even more them to me. I'm sorry you fine the truth about Romanism so disturbing. In a way having seen it in action, so do I
Well, Mike, you either believe God picks the rulers, which I do, and as such,
Roman 13 3Â For rulers are not a terror to the good work, but to the evil. Do you desire to have no fear of the authority? Do that which is good, and you will have praise from the same, 4Â for he is a servant of God to you for good. But if you do that which is evil, be afraid, for he doesnâ€™t bear the sword in vain; for he is a servant of God, an avenger for wrath to him who does evil. 5Â Therefore you need to be in subjection, not only because of the wrath, but also for conscienceâ€™ sake. 6Â For this reason you also pay taxes, for they are servants of Godâ€™s service, attending continually on this very thing.
But, if you think people pick the rulers, then they are your proxies anyway.
Penny, it is a crime by law and many times from admitted hate.
Jim Lincoln wrote: Ups, you will have to explain to me how politics got into this particular story. For example this fellow was a leader in the Ku Klux Klan. I think they qualify as a hate group. also, I don't know how often I have pointed it out I am a registered Independent. I have really no use for the radical right or the radical left. However since there are very few radical left wing types on this forum, I have very little opportunity to give them a hard time. Even some things that Bill Moyers has said or has been on his program being highlighted, I have not agreed with. he usually tries to have a more centralized position, then Senator Cruz for instance. So I am curious how political parties got into this conversation?
U.S can speak for himself, but "hate crime" is a political term.