I’ve been here almost ten years, I suppose this had to happen eventually.
In this thread, Mr. Krebbs links to a picture of the destroyed Murrah Federal Building under the description that people were “being held accountable” for their actions. I called him on it, and he stood by it:
A bit of background may be in order. At the time, one of my best friends worked for FDA as an inspector. It was her job to go to fish processing plants and make sure that they were doing everything right so that people didn’t eat fish, get sick, and die. Those are the kind of people who work in a federal building. My friend wasn’t in Oklahoma City, but she was scared by it.
“He killed a lot of innocents to make his point but he did make his point”? McVeigh showed himself to be a mass murdered. I can’t defend every action taken by my government, but if there was any point to be made about Waco and Ruby Ridge, it was lost the moment one innocent person suffered under McVeigh’s monstrous action.
To suggest that people like my friend could be killed as a means of being “held accountable” is beneath contempt. Mr. Krebbs, I pit you.