Texas Bass Fisherman Shot To Death At...

Texas Bass Fisherman Shot To Death At Motel In Mississippi

There are 2 comments on the KWTX story from Oct 14, 2013, titled Texas Bass Fisherman Shot To Death At Motel In Mississippi. In it, KWTX reports that:

James "Jimmy" Johnson, 56, a bass fisherman from Texas, has been shot to death at the Motel 6 in Jackson, Miss., where he and his wife were staying.

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Jacque Winnon Burchfield

United States

#1 Oct 15, 2013
This should be blamed on our federal government. They have taken our taxes to take care of the welfare people who do not work. Those people do not know what work, respect, pride or responsibility is because they have been raised in the system to live off of the goverment. They know how to abuse the system. Just like the incident this past weekend at Wal-Mart when their government cards had unlimited amount on them. People were filling up their buggies and stealing anything they could.
I'm sure the person, who was breaking into this man's boat, was not a fisherman nor was he employed. He was just looking for something to sell, to get money to buy him a rock, a joint or a pill to support his habit. This all comes right back on our judicial system in this country. The laws have become too lenient on convicting criminals. Even first time offense, they get off with probation. They get arrested and most of them usually have a better place to live in while they are in jail. Either way they go everything is free for them & we pay for it. Instead of putting people in prison for life for murder, why not do it the old way and hang me. The crime rate just gets worse as time goes on. I have. Concealed weapon permit & carry at least one gun with me at all times. You never know these day what may happen when you're in the grocery store or even in church.
Nick O Siggers

Greenbrier, AR

#2 Oct 15, 2013
From the Clarion-Error's story on this crime:

"Chris Bowes, senior tournament manager for the Bassmaster Opens, said in a release that a friend of Johnson discovered someone burglarizing his boat.... "The event will go on and we know that it was an isolated incident," Bowes said. We don't want to lose focus and everyone there will have a heavy heart.""

What a perfect doofus this Chris Bowes is. It was an isolated incident? No, it wasn't an isolated event, you fish-eyed fool; this was black-on-White crime, Jacktown-style.

When are these corn-fed, pussel-gutted senior manager types going to get a clue that these aren't any sort of "isolated incident," not any "random occurrence," not some "robbery gone wrong" or "wrong place wrong time" thing? This is Whites being targeted. And it happens over and over and over again. And it's always kept strictly on a local level.

Until, that is, it's White-on-black like at a movie theater involving a truck. Then it goes national and all over the world.

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