Monday, November 21, 2005

Tell Me Lies, Tell Me Sweet Little Lies

Article Hate sent out another weekly update last night. This one only had one topic:

Lexington superintendent lifts ban against David Parker!
(But continues order against parental notification.)
However, Camenker/Article Hate are still in denial over the whole incident. He makes several obvious errors in the piece. He is still repeating the mantra that Mad Dad was arrested because of "his insistence that he be notified when adults discuss homosexuality or transgenderism with his 6-year-old kindergartner" and not the truth, which is Mad Dad was arrested because he willfully refused to leave the school grounds even after police showed up. The update also says:

But on October 20, the Middlesex County District Attorney decided not to pursue the case, and Parker is completely clear of any wrongdoing.
Which is completely untrue. On October 27, 2005 the truth was published in the Boston Globe:

Judge Robert McKenna accepted the deal last Thursday that Parker's lawyers and the Middlesex district attorney's office worked out in advance. Under that agreement, Parker will be under pretrial probation for a year, after which time the single count of trespassing will be dropped so long as he does not violate any laws.
He was not cleared of anything, yet. Additionally, now that the restraining order is lifted he has to be even more careful. What do you think is going to happen to him if he does something else at the schoo? He's on probation now for a year, does that sound like he is "completely clear of any wrongdoing"? Article Hate continues:

Nevertheless, this is a move that is sure to anger the already enraged local homosexual activists, who have put great energy into publicly demonizing Parker and his family, and actually formed an organization dedicated to opposing him and his efforts to get parental notification. One of their goals has been that Parker never be allowed to return to any school building. On the other hand, thousands of supporters of Parker in Lexington, across Massachusetts, and around the country have bristled at the obvious punitive nature of the ban against him that seemed no more than a way to intimidate other parents from challenging that agenda in the schools.
I would love for someone to show me where the Lexington Cares Group lists "as one of their goals" to have Parker forever banned from the School? Anybody? McFly? Finally, Article Hate posts the letter that the superintendent sent to Parker (Does Parker value any privacy?) and continues to attack the Lexington Superintendent.

This whole letter just screams "We're broke because we're on the wrong side of history and we need money to pay our bills so send us money" We're still looking into the fact that Article Hate says they are nonprofit. If they are, they are supposed to send in a lot of information to the State including who donates to them and how their money is spent. This will be very interesting...stay tuned.


Anonymous said...

"On the other hand, thousands of supporters of Parker in Lexington, across Massachusetts, and around the country have bristled at the obvious punitive nature of the ban. . ."

I love this cagey wording. It may be thousands (maybe) if you add up all the homo haters, but if there are even a hundred Parkerphiles in Lexington, I'll eat my tricorn hat.

Anonymous said...

Amazing that with all those thousands of supporters, they can't pay their phone bill.

I think I will place a collect call to ask him why.