- Jan 6, 2012
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- Prague, Czech Republic
You have an amazing grasp of the obvious.A form of frontier justice is murder. Almost none were given due process, and if so, lynching is still murder. American education teaches this part of our history accurately.Lynching was done to blacks Indians and whites. It was a form of frontier justice. Here's a shocker for you, most of those lynched were guilty of crimes. Many people think those who committed crimes were given due process while those lynched, especially blacks, were completely innocent.
That's American public education <sigh>.
What is also obvious is that those lynched, black, white, whatever, were not always innocents. This is the impression, especially as regards blacks, many simple-minded people like yourself walk away with from public schooling.
Cliche perhaps, but you can't fix stupid. That doesn't mean you should encourage it though.