Letter to the Editor: Unasked question
BY Ron Baker, Broken Arrow
Saturday, January 12, 2013
1/12/13 at 7:37 AM
On Dec. 24, ex-convict William Spengler set fire to a car and his house in Webster, N.Y., to facilitate a planned ambush. He shot and killed two responding firefighters, then fired at police in an attempt to kill more people. His sister was found dead at the scene. Additionally, two firefighters and one policeman were injured. Neighbors' homes were also burned.
The politically correct media has conducted its analysis and asked the expected questions: Who committed these crimes? Why did he commit these crimes? Was he alienated and angry? Was he a loner? Was he rejected at a young age? What federal task forces, committees, bureaus and institutions can be created as a result of these crimes?
The politically correct media will not ask how Spengler's rampage could have been prevented, more than 30 years ago, after he beat his 92-year-old grandmother to death with a hammer.
Judge Isaac Parker could have provided, and any rational American can provide, the politically incorrect answer to this "unasked question."
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