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Forum Post: The Saga of Alfred Wright

Posted 2 months ago on Feb. 14, 2014, 12:31 p.m. EST by shooz (26675)
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Alleged drug overdose, causes some VERY bizarre symptoms.

Of course there's no "good ole' boy" network in Texas.

http://www.addictinginfo.org/2014/02/12/alfred-wright-suspicious-murder/

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[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

I cannot speak for the rest of the Nation, but I know that IN Vermont, where a person goes missing or is found dead under circumstances that suggest something other than natural causes, the people feel a certain unease. That feeling translates directly into expressions of that dis.ease. These expressions become verbal, and they result in political pressure to provide resolution to the event which has caused that dis.ease in the first place, and that resolution must be both credible and verifiable, and if it is not, it necessarily brings discredit to the whole of community leadership.

This has obviously not happened in Jasper. Something is amiss in this natural system of feedback. There is insufficient dis.ease in the face of current events.

The refusal to either feel or to express dis.ease in such a situation is indicative of either fear, or complicity.

This, in a Christian segment of the nation, where their literature does entreat:

What we see in Jasper is nothing short of gangrene and must be removed.

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[-] 0 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

you just claimed information about yourself that you did not include in your profile.

Why is that.

[-] 0 points by shooz (26675) 2 months ago

Maybe more like a cancer in need of chemo and radiation therapy.

or there's always the eye for an eye line they like so much, when it fits their behavior after the fact.

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

That's OT - which is not the case with my citation. Within Christian theology that can be an important distinction. What I have proposed is in line with the current covenant.

The fukers should take note.

[-] 0 points by shooz (26675) 2 months ago

OK, but that's one darned confusing passage.

One would think that most Christians should be one eyed jacks by now.

It suggests that you can accidentally see something that can damn you to hell. But if you pop out your eye, you can get through life.

As odd a passage as there is, outside of revelations.

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

not when you consider the actual lack of penicillin for instance, or the degree of medical knowledge in general of that era. Under certain circumstances an offensive smelling limb meant certain death.

I'm sure that fact stood as both a metaphor and as a sign post - metaphor as guidance for human relations and signpost for actual instances of gangrene, thus providing the physician with the means of quickly subduing any resistance to necessary medical treatment by simply saying: It is written . . .

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This alternative meaning you present is entirely possible. All that is required is a bit of gang stalking combined with highly stylized and specifically targeted advertizing campaign of any particular witness to most anything at all. Most can be induced to pluck out their eye easily enough, once they understand that escape is simply not possible and that the consequences of refusal are simply unthinkable . . .

[-] 2 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

that is interesting. Giving the brother a platform to tell the whole world is a deliberate decision, I'm sure. Perhaps it is designed specifically to measure any political resistance that may arise and thus gauge the depth of corruption that may exist in that rather large and arid state abutting Mexico . . .

[-] 0 points by shooz (26675) 2 months ago

It is on FLAKESTV. I now question everything on that network.

Ratings are down, don't you know.

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

you know what they say - fact is stranger than fiction

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[-] 1 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 2 months ago

The Sabine County Sheriff’s Department declared Wright’s death a drug overdose.

they're not getting away with that

[-] 1 points by shooz (26675) 2 months ago

If so?

It'll only be because the feds got involved.

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

My opinion? In a situation such as this, one where there is clear evidence of a long term pattern of behavior that includes tolerance of murder, in this case on the basis of race or sexuality, the Feds move much too slowly, much too uncertainly.

The point behind a system of Justice is first, to bring equity to interpersonal disputes that rise to a level where the community as a whole is adversely impacted because of the dispute. The second is to establish a pattern of equity such that everyone knows what the rules are and that they provide for a level playing field for everyone.

This situation is beyond that of a simple dispute between individuals, and is rather representative of an entire community that has established a form of elitism as a social standard, where murder is used to provide a clear and unambiguous demonstration of that elitism.

If our system of Justice is, in such an instance, going to meet its second obligation as I have outlined it, then what is required is something swift, swift and indiscriminate.

Think Sodom . . .

  • or Gomorrah
[-] 0 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 2 months ago

"a level playing field" ?

sounds like humans would rather fight than help

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this murder is public knowledge which is more than just the fed government

[-] 0 points by shooz (26675) 2 months ago

No need to go Biblical.

A Grand Jury for the whole county might help.

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

far too slow to suit me. Check out a map of red states. Add up the demographics.

Now consider, all of the communities therein are currently learning from the lesson of Jasper.

I would bring to this lesson a clarity that was undeniable.

[-] 0 points by shooz (26675) 2 months ago

At some point we have to consider practicality.

http://rollingout.com/news/texas-naacp-prez-least-16-17-black-murders-area-near-jasper-tx/

It would appear the vaunted Texas Rangers are holding out too.

http://www.star-telegram.com/2014/02/07/5550068/death-of-east-texas-man-shrouded.html

Send in Marshall Dillon?

[-] 2 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

It is not at all surprising to find murders extending beyond the bounds of Jasper alone. For the community leaders to turn a blind eye, they must have that same example among others around them, people in similar positions of authority who demonstrate the belief with their behavior that there is nothing inherently wrong with

  • killing happy black men.

Marshall Dillon was a television character.

Midnight Justine is a clandestine organization that does not exist. Because it does not exist, one cannot prove whether it does or does not - and is therefore much more capable of inspiring terror among the guilty than any television character ever could.

All that is required are a few instances that may clearly be labeled as retribution . . . combined with but a whisper or two . . .

.

Surely it is illegal to misrepresent the evidence in a crime of murder?

Surely if those who have misrepresented the evidence were arrested they would talk all day and all night long about how and why they did as they did, and about what is locally common knowledge about these incidents. The arrests themselves would inspire the actual killers to a degree of nervousness, and perhaps even attempts to secure their lives from the developing inquiry.

Such a public humiliation of the community leaders would even give the people something to think about - to reject - thus furthering the justification I have put forth for something swift and incontrovertible.

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

what is really interesting is that the resources for such a clandestine program already exist in TExass . . . all that is required is the right kind of incentive, the right kind of pressure,

[-] 0 points by shooz (26675) 2 months ago

Dillon was a metaphor.

Of note too, the articles in the Dallas Observer and the Houston Chronicle are both cribbed from AP.

So much for investigative journalism in Texas.

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

naturally I had considered the local media as having a community role and even obligation in matters like this.

[-] 0 points by shooz (26675) 2 months ago

If only AP would have shut up, we could have tamped this down?

Now it's obligatory, we have to go to press with something.

Can we find out who told them?

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

they won't even look - they will go into denial mode.

nothing happened.

correction, they are in denial mode, and have been all along.

if anything actually did happen, it wasn't me.

[-] 0 points by shooz (26675) 2 months ago

What I'm saying here, is that finding out who told AP will be the brunt of their investigation.

Not that they would report that.

They'll toss the real investigation, of the actual crimes on the federal tax payer.

Isn't that always the libe(R)tarian way?

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

oh, the sum of the local media investigation will revolve around who told the ap

could be I guess.

[-] 0 points by shooz (26675) 2 months ago

What press?

They print what they're told.

I'm talking about Town, County and State investigations.

You know, what passes for "law enforcement".

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

Their investigation is already over. Even Texas Rangers handed off to the feds according to one of your links. Lack of interest. They can't now take a look at who is leaking to the ap. It just wouldn't look right.

On the other hand - the fact that it is FOX that airs Idol, and Idol that provided a platform for a public airing of the topic on a national platform - really is good news.

It suggests the division within repelican politics. It suggests the country club repelicans may be willing to sacrifice those redneck dust wranglin' repelicans for the sake of demographics - for as any repelican with an eye toward future demographics well knows, white boys will be a minority themselves in just a few decades.

I'm sure it's just another lie, one made to placate or to cow others in some way - but it is interesting. I like seeing repelican division. It gives me small comfort.

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

Jasper, Texas

  • Jasper is the county seat of Jasper County, Texas, in the United States. The population was 8,247 at the 2000 census and 7,590 at the 2010 census. Jasper is situated in the Deep East Texas subregion, about 130 miles northeast of Houston.
[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

mutherfukers like that need to just stop breathing. With 7 billion of us I'm sure they will not be missed.

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[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

New petition seeks recall of Jasper mayor - Mike Lout - Sept 6, 2011

City swears in recently elected officials - May 20, 2013 - Lout was reelected.

Gary Dannar for Jasper County Commissioner Precinct 2

  • tea party patriot
  • minister
  • nra

It is acceptable to these people? An autopsy that is so contrary to the physical evidence? The the blood of Afred Wright stains their own hands, and they stand complicit in the act of murder.

Quite likely premeditated murder - given that he had car trouble just before his throat was slit.

..

That entire county should burn to the ground. Burn it all.

[-] 0 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

someone should burn Jasper, Texas to the ground. Scorched earth. Think Sherman's March, marched right off the Fujita scale.

fukin scumbags.

[-] 0 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 2 months ago

now yer talking like a drone pilot

kill the militants with hell fire

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20421) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

militants? You mean murderin' racists don'cha?

Because in all seriousness, that is what this conversation has been about,

m.u.r.d.e.r.i.n.g.

r.a.c.i.s.t.s.

.

and just whom have they murdered? Look Again . . .

it's a black man, who married a woman who could pass as white, who bore child . . . a black man who was educated and gainfully employed . . . a black man who did not embrace the stereotype held out to him as his place . . . and worst of all, he was a black man who was, as we can see, happy

.

just what is this woman going to tell her child? Why is this couple less entitled to their happiness than anyone else?

Why?

YOu cannot answer.

YOu cannot answer because the plain fact is that they were not any less entitled to that happiness that they had found. And now that happiness has been stolen. Stolen in such a way that it may not now ever be returned to them.

All that they had together has been stolen, and cannot now be returned.

Ever.

I say:

  • let them reap as they have sown.

  • let us heap a full measure of their own Christian Justice upon their own heads and then let us take comfort that this is Just

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