In the above linked news article, NBC News reported that the Council of Conservative Citizens spokesman Jared Taylor said that the CofCC is not to blame for Dylann Roof's actions. The CofCC maintains that they publish factual information on Black on White Crime, and what any person does after being educated by their facts is not their responsibility.
Heidi Beirich of the SPLC was interviewed for the article and the following excerpt contains her spin on the CofCC's comments"
Heidi Beirich, director of the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Project, which tracks hate groups, said the information the group was doling out was harmful "propaganda."
"Sometimes the fragile-minded read this stuff, believe this stuff and act on it and that's what the tragedy is here," she said.
So publishing true statistics of Black on White crime is harmful "propaganda"? Maybe for Jews and Blacks it is. But what about the constant anti-White propaganda the Jewish controlled media spews every single day? That is harmful to us Whites you know Heidi.
Furthermore she says that people who believe the facts on Black on White crime are fragile-minded. So is she disputing that there is a disproportionate rate of Black on White crime versus White on Black Crime? I think she would have a hard time proving that, so clearly she is lying here big time.
Heidi Beirich, director of the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Project, which tracks hate groups...blah, blah
Yes, Miss Heidi is a big fat liar. Any halfway perceptive person who has followed her attacks on the National Alliance this year knows this.
What's interesting is that greater America is finally learning what monumental liars SPLC propagandists like Beirich are.
Ann Coulter, popular conservative writer and TV pundit appeared on Fox News TV show last night with hostess Megyn Kelly and blurted out, "The Southern Poverty Law Center is America's leading hate group." Though Miss Coulter will deny to the heavens she is a racist, she reached more people in a few seconds with that statement of fact than a group like the National Alliance -- that SPLC has focused on this year as "America's most dangerous hate group" -- can reach in a month.
Good for Miss Coulter. She was a guest this morning on C-SPAN TV's Washington Journal, again, promoting her new book, Adios, America!, and when a liberal caller attacked her as a racist she responded with, "It's good to know the Southern Poverty Law Center is still pumping out its talking points."
That's twice in less than 12 hours that Annie got licks in against Americas leading hate group in mainstream television media.
TUESDAY, JUN 23, 2015 Ann Coulter vs. reality: “The Klan and Stormfront only have, like, seven members” In the wake of the racially motivated Charleston shooting, Coulter mocked liberals' "fantasies of racist America"
Ann Coulter appeared on “The Kelly File” last night ostensibly to discuss the “uproar” over an Associated Press photograph of Ted Cruz at the CrossRoads Shooting Sports store in Johnston, Iowa in which a poster of a large handgun appeared to be aimed directly at his head — but all she wanted to talk about is how there aren’t any racists in America today...
She explained that liberals are hypersensitive to images like this when they involve the current president because of “their fantasies about racist America, the flames [of which] are being fanned by America’s leading hate-group, the Southern Poverty Law Center,” which Coulter can’t believe still exists because “the Klan and Stormfront only have, like, seven members.”[/i]
Southern Poverty Law Center Rebuked: Court Rejects SPLC's Allegations About Jail Juveniles not mistreated by Sheriff's Office, medical contractor
By Suzie Schottelkotte
Published: Thursday, April 16, 2015
TAMPA | A U.S. District Court judge handed Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd a decisive victory Thursday in a federal lawsuit brought by the Southern Poverty Law Center alleging that young defendants were being held in overly harsh conditions at Polk's Central County Jail.
Judge Steven Merryday in Tampa ruled that Southern Poverty, representing a group of juveniles in the facility, failed to prove that neither the Sheriff's Office nor Corizon, the medical company contracted to treat detainees, "was deliberately indifferent to any substantial risk of serious harm."
But his ruling went further, rebuking Southern Poverty for the legal arguments it presented.
"(Southern Poverty's) view of the law is generally wrong, and the (Sheriff's Office's) view is generally right," he wrote.
"(Southern Poverty's) proposed legal standards are decidedly and demonstrably not the law of the land and constitute an aggressive and novel understating to insert the federal judiciary forcefully into the administration of a county's juvenile detention in a manner and to an extent without warrant, without precedent, and without bounds," the ruling stated.
"(Southern Poverty's) offer in defense of this proposed intervention is both a flawed interpretation of the pertinent precedent and a nearly
uniform reliance on decisions that are either not binding, not applicable, not persuasive, or not — for example, in the citation as authority of a settlement — precedent at all.
"Although the law of the Supreme Court and the Eleventh Circuit is plentiful, accessible, and precisely governing," the ruling stated, "(Southern Poverty) largely chooses to look elsewhere for guidance."
In his 182-page ruling, Merryday said testimony about the jail conditions for juveniles didn't support the allegations against the Sheriff's Office.
"In fact," the judge wrote, "the conditions of juvenile detention at (Central County Jail) are not consistent with (Southern Poverty's) dark, grim, and condemning portrayal."
Lawyers with Southern Poverty haven't responded to requests for comment.
Judd said Thursday he was not surprised by the ruling.
"We have said all along that we strongly rejected all of Southern Poverty's absurd allegations," he said in a prepared statement. "Today, the federal court agreed with us and specifically found that Southern Poverty's allegations were not supported by the facts or court precedence."
LONG COURT BATTLE
Thursday's ruling ends a three-year court battle, in which the Southern Poverty Law Center alleged use of unreasonable restraints, unlawful force and punitive isolation, a deliberate indifference to serious medical needs and the creation of dangerously violent conditions of confinement.
During a monthlong non-jury trial in U.S. District Court in December 2013, lawyers for the Sheriff's Office argued that isolation cells weren't used punitively, but were used for juveniles who needed to be separated from others for reasons including violent behavior.
In his ruling, Merryday noted that Southern Poverty argued that there are an average of two fights a week in the jail, but he also noted the lack of testimony to define a "fight" and about conditions in comparable jails.
More here: http://www.theledger.com/article/201504 ... /150419499