If you saw my items on the Baytown rapist, Two Words Missing From This Headline, and Update On Homosexual Rape Case: Black Rapist, White Victims plus this letter, you may be wondering what's going on with the case, and the MSM coverage of the case. Nicholas Stix has done an incredible amount of work trying to get the the Associated Press to answer questions. (Ask Michelle Malkin how easy it is to pry answers loose from the AP) The results are on his website, and while he was kind enough to give me "tip o' the hat ," I have to say he's done a lot more work. Read the whole thing.
Nicholas Stix, Uncensored: Another Associated Press Scandal: Wire Service Covers Up Black-Male-on-White-Male Rape Spree December 28, 2006
By Nicholas Stix Published 2:32 a.m., December 29, 2006. Last updated 4:53 a.m., December 29, 2006.
What Did the AP Know, and When Did It Know It?
Imagine you were a member of a group being targeted by a serial rapist, but the media refused to provide you with this urgent information, which in the age of AIDS and resistant forms of venereal disease, could protect you from having your life destroyed or even ended, because it didn't like the way the truth looked? Or imagine you wanted to learn about the prevalence of rape but you couldn't, because the media refused to provide the public with the real story? Or you're simply a citizen who wants to be informed, as an end-in-itself?
There is nothing theoretical about the above questions. In and around Baytown, TX, since April an armed serial rapist—"a clean-shaven black man, 18-21 years old... [5'10"-6' tall] and with a shaved head" and carrying a backpack — has been targeting small, frail, white men, 18-21 years of age, who live in their parents' houses. The last reported rape was committed on November 30. And yet, the Associated Press doesn't want potential victims, students of rape, or inquisitive citizens to know the truth.[MORE]