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Man Apologizes For Threatening Immigrant-Rights Group

By Hatewatch Staff on April 28, 2009 - 8:47 am, Posted in Uncategorized

A man convicted of phoning in a threat to blow up the headquarters of CASA de Maryland, a pro-immigrant organization, made a public apology and said, “Misrepresentative information from a Republican meeting I attended … led me to making the phone calls.”
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  • Mdollas

    Puh-leeze

    He’s sorry he got caught

  • http://aztlanista.com/ Mexitli

    His apology means nothing. There are 50 million white racist bigots just like him that feel the way he does.

    He’s trying to blame the Republican party meeting, well if he were not PREDISPOSED it wouldn’t have “taken” on him.

  • Marisa

    Let’s hope this man really means what he says – and “misrepresentation” seems to be a normal policy with regard to Republicans and their “meetings” – generally held to spread hate toward more reasonable groups who stand up for human rights. All of us want people to come LEGALLY to the United States. That’s a given. When they don’t, they need to be deported, but not subjected to treatment that is cruel and humiliating.