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It would seem to me that you are doing the same by directing people to the website. Have you no shame either?
I've had more than a lion's share of discussion on this issue, but something I just "discovered" really has set me off.In the last couple of days of testimony, students were called into testify. Some of these kids are special needs and one I believe had a caretaker testify on their behalf.Media and bloggers alike kept their identities protected. But at least one, didn't.http://creationfacts.synthasite.com/freshwater-hearings.phpThis is a list of the people and students who testified. I was mortified when I saw students names posted.These people will stop at nothing. They lack couth and tact.It's been pretty much established that the bias is strong on both sides, but when you post kids names on the internet, you've just reached a new kind of low.
That has been a longstanding tactic of Team Freshwater, out the students. It started with their desire to publicly out the young man that was burned. And then lo and behold the family got so many threats at home that they were forced to leave town.It's despicable.
The hearing was automatically private. Freshwater had to choose to make it public. He did so, IMHO, so that he could out juveniles to the public.
To anyone interested, the last episode of Law and Order, "The Rubber Room" episde, had a reference to a science teacher using a Tesla coil to burn crosses on student's arms.How about that! This situation has now been woven into a television show! You can watch it on the link below:http://ch131.com/If you want to see just the referenced part, you can go to about 18 minutes into the show and that's about where it is discussed.