“Disparate Protection” is not a myth…for I have seen it!

Yesterday I contrasted the responses of law enforcement to two different threats of death and violence.  One was a vague threat against black students scribbled on a bathroom wall at Hocking College in Ohio.  The other incident involved telephoned death threats made against employees of several different hotels who were scheduled to host American Renaissance’s annual conference.  Predictably, the AmRen threats were largely, if not entirely, ignored, while the simple grafitti at  Hocking was responded to with a virtual blitzkreig of three-lettered federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies.  I wrote:

“Anyway, back to the two different threats.  Granted, they occurred in different jurisdictions, but it sure sounds like a case of the police offering “disparate” protection to citizens, on racial grounds, to me.  The 14th Amendment guarantees “the equal protection of the laws” by the states.  If white students at Hocking College ever get threatened in the future, and Hocking College doesn’t call out its version of the SWAT team, then I think they should sue.  I don’t know if they would have a case.  Any lawyers out there, please feel free to contact me and let me know.”

These two incidents happened in different jurisdictions, with different local law enforcment agencies, so you couldn’t entirely measure them against each other.  Maybe the Hocking College Police Department(?) is just really on the ball.  Maybe D.C. and Northern Virginia local law enforcement is just really lazy, and would have responded as haphazardly if the threats had been made against blacks instead.  Well, we no longer have to speculate.  “Disparate Protection” is real!

From James Edwards at The Political Cesspool:

“All the whites will die tonight…that’s what a Hispanic woman, Miriam Leticia Malave, yelled as she and three Hispanic men began attacking white patrons in the M&T Bar in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania last week. Malave attacked a female bartender Melissa Elrod, with a baseball bat.”

He continues:

“Plus, in 2006, Malave and “three Hispanic men” tried to attack white people with baseball bats. When the would be victims escaped, they instead began smashing their cars with the bats.”

Followed by:

“The prosecutor hasn’t filed hate crime charges this time either! In fact, none of the three Hispanic men who beat the whites in the bar have even been arrested!”

And then a rhetorical question:

“Do you think if four whites had chased a bunch of Mexicans with baseball bats and then smashed their cars up they would have gotten off with disorderly conduct charges, and without a hate crimes charge?”

Actually James, I can field that one with complete certainty.  The answer is NO! 

I knew Shenandoah, Pennsylvania sounded familiar, so I looked it up, and now I remember why.  Back in 2008, a couple of white teens beat a Hispanic man to death in…where else…Shenandoah, Pennsylvania!  I vaguely remembered it because CNN ran something along the lines of a million stories on it, and I think it was the lead story on their website for about a year.  I’m sure when they get tired of their 24/7 coverage of stupid white couples adopting Haitian orphans, they’ll probably go back to this old standby.  Anyways…guess what…the white teens were charged with hate crimes!

This is the two-tiered legal system that whites face.  Any crime committed by whites against a minority will result in additional charges/prison time.  Any crime committed against whites by minorities will be met with the bare minimum of charges/prison time…if that.  Almost makes you want to turn on Fox News, salute the flag, and read the latest piece of crap Sean Hannity book.  Since they can’t count on the protection of the local government, maybe the M&T Bar should hire some private security.

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2 Responses to ““Disparate Protection” is not a myth…for I have seen it!”

  1. “Disparate Protection” Strikes Again? « Disparate Planet Says:

    […] Strikes Again? By disparateplanet It appears that we may have another case of “disparate protection,” where a law enforcement agency either cracks down on an offender harder, or puts forth […]

  2. Wonder if they’ll be charged with “hate crimes?” « Disparate Planet Says:

    […] it would appear to be selective enforcement of these laws.  I’ve already documented two examples where whites were charged with “hate crimes,” and later on, in the same exact […]

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