Monday, December 19, 2005

WHAT?

LOS ANGELES - Hundreds of people converged Monday on the South Los Angeles neighborhood where Stanley Tookie Williams co-founded the Crips to say goodbye to a "homeboy" executed last week over the objections of supporters who said he had turned his life around.
Williams, clad in a gray suit, lay in an open coffin at the House of Winston Mortuary as people quietly filed by with their heads bowed.
"Mostly everyone is out here because of his reputation," said Robert Collins, 27, who said he was a former Crips gang member. "Everyone knew Tookie was no angel. Everyone's just paying their respects to him."A line of 200 stretched out the door shortly after the six-hour viewing began in mid-afternoon. More than an hour later, the line had dissipated but people were still streaming through.

Everyone of these 200 people must be either:
(a) arrested
(b) put in mental hospital

PAYING TRIBUTE TO THAT PIECE OF HUMAN WASTE? FOR WHAT? FOR BLOWING A HALF A FACE OF YOUNG GIRL WITH A SHOTGUN?

Jesus, what have this world came to

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have reached a new low. I hope you dont always make it a habit to disgrace and make fun of people in death.

Tookie Williams probably did more civic duty in jail than you will probably accomplish in a lifetime.

You insult Tookie williams but you celebrate American soldiers who commit atrocities overseas. There are many stories of civilian killings in Iraq and the former Vietnam war.

-Kommander

12:27 AM, December 20, 2005  
Blogger yugunter said...

I am sure did achieve a lot in jail by personally "shanking" at least 3 more people, and being a gang leader - ordering dozens of hits.
But sometimes, Kommander, I want to see this tolerance and respect for the dead when neo-nazis march on April 20th, Hitler's Birthday
The point is that this guy not only never admitted to his crimes, he inspired a lifestyle of robbery, brigandage, rape, and murder for thousands of urban youth, founding one of the most dangerous domestic terrorist groups on U.S. soil.
And now they will have a public funeral for him, which will most likely result in more disorder and racially motivated violence.

9:33 AM, December 20, 2005  
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