Suspect identified in slaying of four officers in Washington State
I just saw the following info on the suspect, who has been identified. His name is Maurice Clemmons, aged 37, with a long and violent criminal record. The criminal was given clemency by the Republican governor of Arkansas and former presidential candidate Mike Huckabee. Were it not for Huckabee’s moronic liberalism in a plastic Jesus wrapper, it’s possible Clemmons would still be in prison. It’s also being picked up over at the VFR-free zone where legume pods are running things, Free Republic:
Christianity as currently practiced in the West, including the USA, is as destructive of our civilization as the actual hardcore leftists are.
Huckabee’s liberal nonsense is a perfect example of this. This is because the original faith has been eaten away from within (as by a cancer) and replaced by liberalism—what I like to call the “Gospel of Galatians 3:28.” Takuan Seiyo’s Body-Snatcher/Legume Pod metaphor from “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” is incredibly apt for this society—right on the mark.
David B. writes:
I just found this article about a suspect in today’s police killings, one Maurice Clemmons. Would you believe his “95-year sentence” was commuted in 2000 by that Great Conservative statesman and Fox TV star Mike Huckabee?
Clemmons had at least five felony convictions in Arkansas and at least eight felony charges in Washington. He had been in jail in Pierce County for the last several months on a charge of rape of a child. Clemmons was released six days ago, even though he was wanted on a fugitive warrant out of Arkansas and was facing eight felony charges in all in Washington state.
In Arkansas, Clemmons received a “60-year sentence” when he was already serving a “48 year sentence.” Huckabee commuted Clemmons’ sentence after he had served 11 years, citing Clemmons’ young age at the time the crimes were committed.
We have discussed this subject for years. This article shows things are worse than we have been saying.
Mike Berman writes:
The brother of interest had his 95-year prison sentence commuted by
Posted by Lawrence Auster at November 30, 2009 12:24 AM | Send
then Gov. Mike Huckabee. See this and this.