So believes Chris Wysocki, who is usually a darned reliable source
Radical homosexual activists wanted Dharun Ravi’s head on a platter, and today they got it.
Former Rutgers University student Dharun Ravi was found guilty today on most counts in connection with using a webcam to spy on his roommate’s liaison with another man, in a high profile case that sparked awareness of cyber-bullying and harassment of gay teenagers.
Ravi, 20, was found guilty of bias, invasion of privacy, hindering apprehension, and witness tampering for spying on his former Rutgers roommate, Tyler Clementi, an 18-year-old freshman, with the jury concluding that he targeted Clementi, because of his sexual orientation.
Got that? Do you think homosexuality is “yucky?” That’s a felony. You’re a criminal. Report to the corner of Broadway and 42nd Street immediately for re-education.
Now, of course spying is wrong, but this was a case where someone was going to be “made an example of”. And if you do not think that is a big deal, then wait, if you are outspoken, or if you blog, then one day, some Lefty group will wish to make an example of you.