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    Louisiana - Ku Klux Klan leader guilty of murder

    Ku Klux Klan leader guilty of murder


    There are chapters of the Ku Klux Klan across the US

    A Ku Klux Klan leader has pleaded guilty to murdering a woman recruit, a day after an initiation rite in the US state of Louisiana in 2008.

    Raymond Foster, 45, of the Louisiana town of Bogalusa, was sentenced to life in prison for second-degree murder of Cynthia Lynch.

    A former KKK member testified that Foster shot Ms Lynch, 43, after she told him: "I want out", AP reports.

    Foster apologised to the victim's mother in court.

    "I hope you can find it in your heart to forgive me," he was quoted as saying by AP.


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    She joins, and then says, "she wants out."

    Must be a f*cked up person to 1. join, and 2. then say a day later I "want out."

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbaro View Post
    She joins, and then says, "she wants out."

    Must be a f*cked up person to 1. join, and 2. then say a day later I "want out."

    Yes, Barbara . . . she is the one that is fu4ked up, not the guy who killed her

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    Cynthia Lynch
    A rather apt name for the Klan.

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    I find it funny that America is trying to put the world to rights and yet they got these people living there, remember South Africa and how they were condemned by the world at large.

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    Apparently Louisie wants lots of money from the Federal government for those 'drill baby drill' policies that backfired.

    Beg baby, Beg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang
    Beg baby, Beg.
    Bobby Jindal 2010 is singing a different song than Bobby Jindal 2009:

    Then:
    "In the end, it comes down to an honest and fundamental disagreement about the proper role of government. We oppose the national Democratic view that says the way to strengthen our country is to increase dependence on government. We believe the way to strengthen our country is to restrain spending in Washington, to empower individuals and small businesses to grow our economy and create jobs."

    Now:
    Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana declared a state of emergency and mobilized the Louisiana National Guard to participate in response efforts.

    On Friday, he also requested federal assistance for state fishermen, asking the Secretary of Commerce to declare a commercial fisheries failure.

    The parallels are obvious. After Wall Street broke the U.S. economy -- call it a "financial sector failure" -- Obama pushed through a stimulus bill aimed at jump-starting demand and providing assistance to the millions of Americans who lost their jobs and homes as a result of the financial crisis. This week, after BP broke the Gulf economy, Jindal is seeking aid for citizens of his own state. It's always a different story when your own ox is the one getting gored.
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