Morgan Harrington Murder: Protest Group To Preach Hate At Virginia Tech


Blacksburg, VA– I wish this was an early April Fools Joke. It is Not.

Excerpts from yesterdays

Virginia Tech and Blacksburg leaders are preparing a response to an upcoming protest from the Westboro Baptist Church in relation to slain Tech student Morgan Harrington.

Read the rest at Blink on Crime:

Posted March 30, 2010 by
Crime, Missing Persons, Murder | 5 comments

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    5 Responses to “Morgan Harrington Murder: Protest Group To Preach Hate At Virginia Tech”

    1. unreal on March 30th, 2010 8:19 pm

      These asses from the Westboro baptist church will burn in eternal hell. They are the biggest bunch of scumbags ever.

      Get ready for the 7th level of hell as there is a special reservation for you folks,

    2. Brenda in Virginia on March 31st, 2010 10:05 am

      Here’s a quote from Tech’s paper. Pretty pathatic “church group” if that’s what they insist on calling themselves:

      >> Church officials said they were not protesting the 2007 shootings, saying they were “coming for the event that happened last month,” referencing slain student Morgan Harrington. A 20-year-old education major, Harrington was found in late January 2010 after going missing in October 2009 while attending a Metallica concert in Charlottesville, Va.

      “We’re not going to bring our sign that said, ‘God sent the shooter.’ No, no, we’ll leave that one at home.’” said Shirley Phelps-Roper, eldest daughter of church founder Fred Phelps. “We’ve got a sign that says ‘God sent the killer.’”

      (and another lovely protest)

      >>> The church’s protest at Blacksburg High School is against Kevin Jennings, Assistant Deputy Secretary for the Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools at the U.S. Department of Education.

      Montgomery County Schools Superintendent Brenda Blackburn said no determination has been made on how they would communicate to students and parents about the protest. Classes will be in session on April 9.

    3. Nancy in Virginia on March 31st, 2010 5:36 pm

      Hey Brenda – wish we could do something for ‘em. They think everybody but them is going to hell. We could always hope for a gasoline leak and a lightning bolt – really light up their lives – They are so disgusting showing up at funerals of our military heroes. Thank you and unreal for bringing this to our attention.

    4. A Texas Grandfather on March 31st, 2010 8:37 pm

      I don’t know how these people manage to call themselves a church. To me they are just domestic terrorists and should not be allowed to protest anywhere.
      What a disgusting bunch of evil people maskaraiding as part of a christion church.

    5. Dolf on April 2nd, 2010 3:37 am

      to quote the most prominent Dutch bishop:

      Wir haben es nicht gewust.

      (fyi: this was his comment about the childabuse scandal hitting the catholic church.
      The same words were used by the Germans after ww2 when asked about the holocast…words most likely used by the German pope in his youth.)

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