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August 08, 2005

ACLU claims homosexuals mistreated in jail

The LA County Breeze is reporting that the ACLU has filed complaints that homosexual inmates in the LA County Jail were forced to remove their clothes, and called names last month. Now, obviously, singling out people for ridicule is wrong, and the Sheriff's department needs to look into this, but what I'm wondering is why the ACLU seems clueless that the biggest fear anyone has in going to prison is the chance of being forced to have homosexual sex. Is that okay, but calling a homosexual a name many of them call themselves isn't? Will the ACLU defend, for free, prisoners that have become the unwilling partner for some violent homosexual prisoner, or even the plaything of a gang of homosexuals?

Coverage: Jawa Report, Stop the ACLU!

Posted by Danny Carlton at August 8, 2005 07:43 AM

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No, because one prisoners mistreatment at the hands of other prisoners is the business of the Jailguards. Twenty Prisoners mistreatment at the hands of government employees, however, is the business of everyone, including civic groups like the ACLU. Capiche?

Posted by: Foster at August 9, 2005 01:33 PM

Gee, there's only been one prisoner that's ever been gang-raped by homosexuals in prison? What planet are you from?

Posted by: Danny Carlton at August 9, 2005 01:51 PM

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