This SPLC professional photographer is credited with taking the photo that appears on the front of my new book. Thanks, Mr. Kim. We don't have a half-billion dollar endowment with which to hire professional shutterbugs. Those who paid you for that photo won't like my book.
Will Williams wrote: ↑Mon Aug 20, 2018 7:10 pmWill Williams wrote:Here's their latest fiction: https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/201 ... g-employee.. .
Here's the "investigative reporter" that writes for both the SPLC and the Associated Press. That's convenient for SPLC to spread its "stories" to so many lazy MSM fake news outlets that reprint their smears unquestioningly. His "investigation" turns up in his opening sentence that I describe myself as a "tough guy." Mrs. Williams got a big laugh out of that.
Investigative Reporter — Southern Poverty Law Center
Crime and Justice, U.S. Regional
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Here's a recent SPLC Intelligence Report piece Brett coauthors with self-described hate expert, Heidi Beirich.
By Brett Barrouquere, Heidi Beirich
splcenter.org — It's past time to combat all the ways hate morphs into violence and crime in the U.S. In this issue of the Intelligence Report, we shine a light on those facing hate who are often overlooked, in our special section Confronting Hate. We also share stories to help our readers understand the scope of the hate problem and provide actionable suggestions for how to address it.
16 DAYS AGO
Here's the SPLC photographer who took the photo of me that appears at the top of this particular hit piece. He took that picture from a distance with his big telephoto lens, outside the Glouscester County, VA, courthouse the day I was appointed NA Chairman nearly four years ago.
Leo Kim, Korean-American by way of China