What is it "they" don't want you to see?

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Terry T

Boston, MA

#1 Aug 6, 2009
I am with the Arm of Justice here in New England, a group of private individuals who are trying to bring to light numbers of hate crimes and human rights violations committed against a church in Mississippi, partially with a website ( www.armofjustice.webnode.com ) which details a number of these crimes and violations, and a cover up by the local authorities there.

I find it interesting that the threads about these crimes and this website keep getting deleted/erased by someone; why would they do this unless they had something to be afraid of?

Why would they censor (like Nazi Germany or some commie nation) threads of this nature? They must have something to hide; and they are afraid of the truth coming out. If the stuff printed on the website wasn’t true, they would have nothing to be afraid of, and they would just ignore it. I wonder who is controlling the deleters and making them push the button. They must be threatening them with losing their job, or bribing them, or something.

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