KKK Members Murder a Woman in Louisiana

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Raymond “Chuck” Foster is being charged with Second Degree Murder after he shot, and killed an Oklahoma woman during a Ku Klux Klan initiation ritual.

The woman, Cynthia C. Lynch, came to Louisiana after responding to a website operated by the “Dixie Brotherhood.” Reportedly, Lynch intended to join the Brotherhood, and then return to Oklahoma in order to recruit new members.

At some point during the Initiation Ceremony, Lynch asked to leave, and ended up in an argument with Foster. Foster became so Enraged, he Threw Lynch to the Ground, and Shot Her in the Head with a .40-Caliber Handgun.

The men were apprehended after an Employee at a Local Supermarket contacted Police because two of the Brotherhood’s members (One of which was Foster’s Son) came in asking about how to Remove Bloodstains from Their Clothing.

In a news conference, Sheriff  Jack Strain said, “The IQ level of this group is not impressive, to be kind. I can’t imagine anyone feeling endangered or at risk by any one of these kooks.”

Two Quick Points (Maybe Three)-

1) Although membership in Hate Groups has declined in Recent Years, don’t be Surprised if there is a Sudden Spike in Recruitment.

Obama’s election Stirred Up the Loony Cesspool.

2) This is a Perfect Opportunity for the “New” Republican Leadership to Address the Rampant Racism within Their Party.

Yeah, I Bet They’ll Get Right on It.

3) How the Fuck does the Sheriff say, “I can’t imagine anyone feeling endangered or at risk by any one of these Kooks?”

Uh, didn’t those “Kooks” just Murder a Woman in Cold Blood?

“Kooks” are Exactly the Ones People should Fear.

~ by fairlane on November 13, 2008.

20 Responses to “KKK Members Murder a Woman in Louisiana”

  1. hmmmm … obviously Ms. Lynch failed to read the memo, the name of the group is the “Dixie BROTHERhood.” …. isn’t her a “ladies auxiliary” section of the KKK?

    a potential “lesson” here, other than the obvious, which you state quite eloquently as usual, is that even among hate groups, there are levels, or hierarchies, of hate, regarding whom it hate the most, when and why.

    i’d quote yoko ono here … but i won’t. i don’t want to sound like i’m defending the woman. i’m just making a casual observation.

    my real point is this:

    should this vicious trend continue, as i’m sure it will, then i personally shall hold our “esteemed senator from arizona” to blame for not standing up like a man and doing the right thing to stanch the flow of this particular form of evil spewing from his “friends” when he could have and when he SHOULD have. like, for example, when he should have pulled sarah palin back by her bouffant and told her to just shut the fuck up and head back up there to alayska.

  2. these fuckers are insane…

    where’s the republican leadership? they got these nutjobs all riled up and ready to kill… now the rest of us have to pay the piper….

    you see folks? this is why it’s wrong to make babies with your cousin… sorry Louisiana, this means you too…

    buck fush,
    –reverend manny and the twilight empire

  3. Hmm, the KKK really can take someone’s baby away.

    I’d love to see all these fringe fucks self-immolate in some fucking cracker Gotterdammerung then fade from existence, but this the land of the sort-of free, home of the moran and like bad pennies, well, you know the rest.

  4. I wish the KKK would stop acting like little bitches and terrorizing small communities in the south and come to the Hood where the real n###S are, for example Baltimore, Washington DC, the Bronx, and see if that shit flys.

  5. I love the part where they went to a supermarket to ask how to remove bloodstains. Thank heaven for stupidity. Hmm. Did I just say that?

  6. You raise a good point here Fairlane. I wonder if there’s another Oklahoma City bombing in the offing. I wonder if we’ll see more militias rise from the ashes because they think taxes are illegal. I’m afraid you’re right man. Obama’s election is going to totally bring this “Kooks” out of from behind the floorboards.

  7. I’m not sure about the level of the sheriff’s IQ, either, to be kind….

    Is that what they call poetic justice?

  8. Aristotle was not Belgian, the principle of Buddhism is not “every man for himself”, and the London Underground is not a political movement. Those are all mistakes. (from ‘a fish called wanda’)

    Education failed in this country the minute they let the states determine what the curriculum should contain. Mistakes ad infinitum..

  9. Dead on, fairlane. No doubt you heard that lots of these kind of folks ran out to buy assault rifles because they are afraid Obama’s gonna take their guns. Sigh.

  10. Oh for Pete’s sake, a little pretreatment with Wisk, and those pesky stains are gone!

    Silly wingnuts,

    Regards,

    Tengrain

  11. According to the Poverty Law Center:

    Raymond “Chuck” Foster, the Ku Klux Klan leader who was arrested yesterday for killing a woman following a backwoods Klan initiation ritual, has a history of Klan activity dating back at least to January 2001.

    Foster, 44, was the founding Imperial Wizard, or national leader, of the Southern White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, a Klan faction that formed on Jan. 1, 2001, in Watson, La.

    http://www.splcenter.org/blog/2008/11/12/details-emerge-on-accused-klan-killers-history/

    The Southern Poverty Law Center counted 888 active hate groups in the United States in 2007. Only organizations and their chapters known to be active during 2007 are included.

    All hate groups have beliefs or practices that attack or malign an entire class of people, typically for their immutable characteristics.

    This list was compiled using hate group publications and websites, citizen and law enforcement reports, field sources and news reports.

    Hate group activities can include criminal acts, marches, rallies, speeches, meetings, leafleting or publishing. Websites appearing to be merely the work of a single individual, rather than the publication of a group, are not included in this list. Listing here does not imply a group advocates or engages in violence or other criminal activity.

    http://www.splcenter.org/intel/map/hate.jsp

    Only four states in the USA do not have known hate groups and they are: South Dakota, Rhode Island, Alaska, and Hawaii. The state with the largest number of hate groups is California, with 80, followed by Texas, with 67.

    Unfortunately, as most of us celebrate the election of Barack Obama as our 44 president, his election may give rise to an increase of lunatic hate groups threatened by the election of an African America to the highest office in the land.

  12. Fuckers are always telling every minority group that we have to “get over it” already. I don’t mean the Klan. They don’t care one way or the other whether Blacks or Jews or “the” gay or whoever “get over it”. They’re a psychopathic sadist cult.

    I mean the politicians and businesses which enable the Klan. I mean the MSM forever going on about “the culture of complaint” or “the culture of victimhood.” The Republicans and the MSM have to start manning-up about this already instead of just preaching. Spartacus is right. The Oklahoma City bombing happened when a White Democrat was president. Any sick shit is possible up there with a Black Democratic president. The first one.

    In Idaho, they were having mock hangings of Obama. Nice. While that’s not killing a noviciate who had second thoughts, it’s indicative of SOMETHING.

    And Americans wonder why Putin and Medvedev were so quick to defend and protect Iran and then two years later to do the same for South America? Because the same motivation and tacit approval of Klan shit in the USA informs and inspires US foreign policy.

    Hell yes the Republican Party has to go more libertarian and economy-focused and drop their racial code word shit if they want to position themselves to benefit from the normal political ebbs and flows instead of being in the wilderness forever. A good place to start I should think would be not merely weasel words about this kind of sadism from their base. It would be taking real action.

    Don’t even worry about the MSM. By the 2010 elections, the blogosphere will be dominant in how registered voters get and share up to the minute news and information.

    Whatever the information technology, though, the Theocratic Authoritarians have to be stopped.

  13. What Susan said.

  14. Tengrain: I understand nothing works better on red wine stains than a combination of hydrogen peroxide and Dawn dishwashing soap. Surely that would work on blood as well, no?

  15. I almost want to sympathize for the woman.

    If I soak blood-stained clothing in hydrogen peroxide (before trying to wash it out with anything else), let it sit a bit and then wash it normally, the blood always washes out of my clothes. Plus, there are bubbles. I’m surprised those directions don’t come along with guns.

  16. I just read an article that said Obama has received more threats than any president elect in history.

  17. Ah, come on folks! This shithead is just a product of our gun culture. Leave ‘im alone. This is all Clinton’s responsibility.

  18. Get your head out of your ass! He (Barak Obama) has given hope & dreams to everyone, including minorities that in America ANYTHING is possible! Anything can be defined as anything, positive or negative, period!

  19. fuck the kkk
    those mother fucking bastards

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