Three things to take away from this Amy Bishop article.
Via POWIP: Gun in Ala. campus shooting bought 2 decades ago By DESIREE HUNTER (AP) – 15 hours ago HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — The gun used to kill three people during a faculty meeting at an Alabama school was bought for the suspect’s husband two decades ago when he said he was having problems with a neighbor, an investigator testified Thursday. The investigator told a judge | Read More »
University Of Alabama Shooter/Professor Obtained Gun Illegally Twenty Years Ago.
Uh oh……….. http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=D9EKH4980 HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) – The gun used to kill three people during a faculty meeting at an Alabama school was bought for the suspect’s husband two decades ago when he said he was having problems with a neighbor, an investigator testified Thursday. The investigator told a judge that an acquaintance bought the gun in New Hampshire for Amy Bishop’s husband to skirt | Read More »
NYT covers for Bill Delahunt; Boston Herald… won’t.
First, the NYT (via AoSHQ). While discussing the latest insanity* coming from Amy Bishop (a ‘herpes bomb,’ apparently), the Times manages to discuss Bishop’s shooting of her brother without: Mentioning just what political circles the Bishops were active in; Mentioning just who the prosecutor was that dropped the charges; and Mentioning just where that prosecutor is now. The answers are, of course: Democratic political circles; | Read More »
Does the media have the Huntsville scientist shooter-babe story backwards?
On purpose? The lead theory as to why Dr Amy Bishop went nutso and gunned down three of her colleagues in Huntsville last week was because she had been denied tenure. But consider the opposite, that she was denied tenure because everyone knew she was nutso. When seen in this light, if only hypothetically, one can see that yet another class of person in our | Read More »
Rep. Bill Delahunt (D, MA): why did you put Amy Bishop back on the street?
Amy Bishop, of course, is the woman who murdered those people down at the University of Alabama… and, apparently, she was ‘taken into custody’ for the murder of her brother in 1986. And that’s where it gets interesting. Amy Bishop was released before she was booked, however, and she was never charged in the incident. All police records of the case have since gone missing, | Read More »