Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Warren's Life Matters: Latest

Warren and Lisa Kinsella are initiating a private prosecution against the publisher and editor of Your Ward News for allegedly uttering a death threat that targets them.

The move came after the Kinsellas, who have long been opponents of the extremist publication, were turned down by police when they requested law enforcement officials lay the charge.

Instead, on June 21 a justice of the peace approved the prosecution, meaning James Sears, editor-in-chief of Your Ward News, and Leroy St. Germaine, its publisher, could face criminal prosecution.

The charges stem from an article written by Sears in the summer issue of Your Ward News. In the article, titled Children’s Aid: Righteous Crusade or Greedy Charade?, Sears describes being investigated by a child protection agency and attributes it to a complaint prompted by an article on him that was written by Lisa Kinsella.

Sears states that he kept the incident private until now. “You see, if I told my friends, thousands of people on my mailing list, and hundreds of thousands of readers of Your Ward News about it, while a Children’s Aid Society (CAS) investigation was active and our son could still have been kidnapped, there was the chance that some hothead who cares deeply about me and my family, would lose it and do something illegal, like bludgeon the Kinsella’s to death. No matter how little respect I have for them, as a Christian, I chose to turn the other cheek and let enough time pass for the people who love, would give their lives for or would go to jail for me and my family, to react with cool heads,” he wrote.

The Kinsellas said they were alerted to the article by friends. “We were shocked at reading such a blatant threat,” said Lisa Kinsella. “Then obviously we were concerned.… We read it as not just a direct threat to us, but a call to action to harm Warren and myself.”  (more...)


Your socially acceptable hangout for closet Nazis won't say this stuff, so I guess I have to. Chicks fall for dead babies way faster than they do for the Kinsella family. Reminds me of the sort of support I received when confronted by the Nazi greeting committee when I first came to Toronto. The Jews were the only ones to show me any empathy. Catholics, not at all.  I will always remember that.

To be fair, both ends of the dialectic fling feces shamelessly:

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