Olympic bomber taunting victims from prison


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1911ShooterTJ
May 14, 2007, 06:26 PM
I just read this article on CNN:

http://www.cnn.com/2007/LAW/05/14/rudolph.taunts.ap/index.html

This guy is disgusting in every way. Why is he still alive? But anyways, that's just my personal opinion. But don't worry, this does have to do with guns I promise. :) So I was reading the article, and came upon the following line:


But U.S. Attorney Alice Martin, who helped prosecute Rudolph for the Alabama bombing, said there is nothing the prison can do to restrict Rudolph or the supporter who keeps posting his writings, anti-abortion activist Donald Spitz of Chesapeake, Virginia.

"An inmate does not lose his freedom of speech," she said.


I'm just amazed by this kind of thinking. So why does this reasoning not apply to people who even go so far as to make it OUT of prison. As in, felons who long ago committed crimes, suddenly lose their gun rights. I know there was a THR member who went through such an ordeal due to a bad decision long ago. Maybe Iím just preaching to the choir. :banghead:

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obxned
May 14, 2007, 06:34 PM
Perhaps a few people need to send him a letter saying:

'I'm fine, how are you? Oh yeah, you are locked in a little box forever!!! This is a good thing to have happen to a worhtless pile of snail dung!!! You will rot there 'til the day you die, when you trade one little box for another..

Justin
May 14, 2007, 07:19 PM
Off topic.

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