Shock Jock Hal Turner Calls 33-Month Jail Sentence ‘Legal Skullduggery’

December 21, 2010


5 Responses to “Shock Jock Hal Turner Calls 33-Month Jail Sentence ‘Legal Skullduggery’”

  1. Mark Emanuele on December 21st, 2010 7:41 pm

    Your Quote of Hal’s is not totally correct and is out of context.
    He Said (Quoting our founding fathers) “From time to time, the tree of Liberty needs to be replenished by the blood of tyrants and patriots. These judges DESERVE to die” (emphasis added). That is VERY DIFFERENT from They should be killed…..

  2. Mark Emanuele on December 21st, 2010 7:42 pm

    Also, Hal was not and is not a “Neo-Nazi” He was being PAID by the FBI to flush out terrorists by saying those things…

  3. Old Man Dotes on December 21st, 2010 8:07 pm

    Mark, have some more kool-aid.

    I think the best way to explain to Turner what was wrong with his little tirade is to publish his home address, photos of himself and his home and family, and “stick a pin” in Google Maps, and put it all on some Black and Muslim extremist Web sites, identifying him as a White supremacist who expressed the opinion that Federal judges who upheld the rights of minorities deserve to die.

    If he doesn’t then fear for his life, he’s a moron. And he’ll die anyway.

  4. majii on December 21st, 2010 10:43 pm

    He sounds like Tom DeLay to me. They both committed crimes, and after being convicted, claim that a “great injustice” has been done to them. I think that it never entered their minds that the juries would return guilty verdicts.

    ME: When an author uses quotation marks, it is a direct quote, and this is what Sue wrote:

    “Let me be the first to say this plainly: These Judges deserve to be killed,” said Turner in one of his more threatening postings. “Apparently, the 7th U.S. Circuit court didn’t get the hint after those killings, it appears another lesson is needed.”

    You may not agree or be willing to face the facts, but Turner said it.

  5. Blogger Won’t Be Home For Christmas | Post or Perish on December 23rd, 2010 3:49 pm

    [...] “must die.”  Hal Turner, blogger, internet radio personality and reputed white supremacist, claimed that his post was protected by the First Amendment.  Generally, the First Amendment bars [...]

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