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I was just contacted today by the Editor-in-Chief Jack Hambrick of DigitalTexan.net who wanted to interview me about the alleged comments I made regarding the racist and bigoted comments made by a Mr. Emmitt Vascocu. Mr. Hambrick asked me if I was aware of the fact that Emmitt Vascocu was suffering from mental illness and dementia. He stated I should be ashamed of myself and why would I make these alleged comments to someone with the mental capacity of a 3 year old. I looked at Emmitt's facebook page and found an interesting comment he made regarding refinancing his mortgage and the math involved that might raise his taxes and the particular credits he was worried about losing; this was a very lucid and detailed comment well above the so called capacity of a three year old. I did mention to Mr. Hambrick that when a person posts something on a public forum he or she should be prepared for any backlash that may be dealt out. For myself, if I had a relative with the symptoms that were described by Mr. Hambrick I would be sure to monitor their internet use. No telling how much personal information could be accidentally given out by a person suffering from the mental defects that Mr. Hambrick claimed Emmitt Vascocu was suffering from. I am very curious to see the result Mr. Hambrick thinks he will obtain by contacting every person who made justifiable comments in response to the racist statement made by Emmitt Vascocu. If as Mr. Hambrick claims Emmitt is suffering from mental illness then he should be monitored and have his comments reviewed prior to posting them in such a public manner. I would never knowingly attack someone with any type of illness or disability; however that information was never included as a footnote to Mr. Vascocu’s comments.
Yeah, you really should be ashamed of yourself. It's people like you we have prejudice in our world. If you're still feeling ashamed, good for you. I hope this haunts you till the day you die. Shame on you.
Comment modified at January 18, 2013 22:31
The actions of KTBS-Shreveport (an affiliate of ABC) are appalling! It is ridiculous that Ms. Lee’s comments would cause her termination. This kind of discrimination is not right. KTBS's policy is couched in the belief that a slightly different aesthetic viewpoint will harm the socio-economic growth of the station and viewing community. It’s a “Stepford wife” mindset driving an organizational culture that is backwards and demeaning. Both Shreveport and ABC should distance themselves from KTBS and their policy.
alway's pusing the limit.,.......
and someone needs to push you> I nominate ME!!!!
where is the "h" deep guy?
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