David Duke KKK in Pointe Coupee

“Symbol of Wisdom”

Since: Sep 07

Pointe Coupee

#21 Sep 19, 2007
NAAWP v. NAACP
In 1980, Duke left the Klan and formed the National Association for the Advancement of White People (NAAWP).

On May 20, 2004, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) became outraged when it discovered that David Duke had chosen New Orleans to host his International NAAWP Conference during the NAACP's Big Easy Rally to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision.

Beauregard Torres, III is a active member of the NAACP and joined the group after he retired from the State of Louisiana where he served as a State Policeman who had been a bodyguard for David Duke.

“Symbol of Wisdom”

Since: Sep 07

Pointe Coupee

#22 Sep 19, 2007
Like Don Black, David Duke first became an active racist as a teen-ager. Soon after, as a student at Louisiana State University, he founded the neo-Nazi group White Youth Alliance. After his graduation, Duke founded the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan and launched a publicity blitz that boosted its membership.

Duke tried to move the Klan into the mainstream, encouraging his Klansmen to "get out of the cow pasture and into hotel meeting rooms." Heeding his own advice, Duke got himself on network television, where he articulated a subtle brand of racism, skillfully exploiting legitimate issues such as illegal immigration, affirmative action and court-ordered busing as a vehicle for voicing his white supremacist propaganda. Couching his bigotry in pseudo-scientific and sociological terms, Duke attracted audiences with his moderate-sounding approach, leading critical journalists to describe his views as "rhinestone racism" and "button-down terror."

Duke's days as a Klan leader ended abruptly in 1980, after he was accused of trying to sell his group's membership list. Duke left the Klan to establish and head the National Association for the Advancement of White People (NAAWP), which he himself confirmed was simply a Klan without robes. Though Duke shed his official role in the NAAWP when he became more politically active, he continued to maintain ties to the group and its agenda continued to parallel his.

Running as a Republican, Duke won a Louisiana State Legislature seat in January 1989, despite scrutiny and opposition from national Republican leaders. While in office, he continued to sell neo-Nazi literature. While claiming that he had repudiated racism, Duke made statements such as "Jews David Duke has embraced the Internet as a key to the future of the white supremacist movement.
are trying to destroy all other cultures." Duke won 43.5 percent of the vote in an unsuccessful 1990 U.S. Senate race and 700,000 votes in a 1991 race for the governorship of Louisiana.

“Symbol of Wisdom”

Since: Sep 07

Pointe Coupee

#23 Sep 19, 2007
After an unsuccessful Presidential bid in 1992, Duke retreated from the political arena but continued to concentrate on raising his media profile. He tried his luck as a radio talk show host in 1993, but his controversial program, the "David Duke Conservative Hotline," proved unpopular. Two years after Duke failed to raise the $7,000 needed to continue broadcasting his program, he established The David Duke Report Online, a less costly venue for disseminating his views.

David Duke has embraced the Internet as a key to the future of the white supremacist movement. An article featured prominently at his site, "The Coming White Revolution -- Born on the Internet," outlines his high hopes that the Internet will "facilitate a world-wide revolution of White awareness." In particular, Duke believes the Web will shatter the control of his "unrelenting enemy," the "alien anti-White" media:

Up until now, unless someone met me personally, or read my material, the only way they could judge me is by what the liberal-biased media says. Now, that situation has changed. Millions of people are going online in America. Now, if they want to find out about me and my ideas and issues all they have to do is go into one of the search engines and search for "David Duke." Hundreds of sources will show up.13

Concerned that the "non-white birthrate," "massive immigration," and "racial intermarriage" will "reduce the founding people of America into a minority," Duke boasts at his Web site about the "genetic potential" of "our people," stressing the "innate intellectual & psychological differences" between whites and Blacks. He describes these "differences" in an article entitled "Can You Handle the Truth?"

The differences between Black and White go far deeper than simply the color of skin. They include differences in the most important part of the anatomy, the part that makes us human: the very brain itself. Any forensic investigator can differentiate between a White or Black brain. Among the human races the differences go right down to the soul...The races of mankind have different levels of measured intelligence, different propensities to crime, different esthetic characteristics, and physical differences that lead them to varying representation in different sports.

In another piece posted at his site, "Race and Christianity," Duke writes, "I truly believe that the future of this country, civilization, and planet is inseparably bound up with the destiny of our White race. I think, as the history of Christianity has shown, that our people have been the driving force in its triumph."

“Symbol of Wisdom”

Since: Sep 07

Pointe Coupee

#24 Sep 19, 2007
Duke's site reprints more articles about racial inequality, many of which are stored in his "Race Information Library," where he urges his readers to download, print, and distribute his work. "Be sure to e-mail your friends and associates about the David Duke Online site," he adds.

Posted at David Duke Report Online are downloadable broadcasts of "The David Duke International Internet Radio Show," which Web users can listen to at any time for free, with just the click of a mouse. Among the subjects of these programs are "The Immigration Disaster ­ Unchecked immigration will destroy America," "'Erasing White Guilt'­ The most elemental of human rights," and "Black Crime spurred on by hate movies." Duke comments:

Let me ask you a question, how many millions of dollars would it cost me to have a radio station that could broadcast my radio programs to the entire globe-24- hours-a-day? Through the Internet, I do it RIGHT NOW and [at] a microscopic fraction of the cost. To listen anywhere in the world, all it takes is having a computer and simply being connected to the Internet!14

In November 1998, Duke renamed and redesigned his site. The site, now simply called David Duke, pictures Duke amid colorful images of an American flag, the Lincoln Memorial, Mount Rushmore, and the White House. A "David Duke Biography" portrays the former Klan leader as a respectable citizen, listing the awards and degrees he has received and pointing out that he is a "publicly-elected Republican official" (Duke currently serves as the Chairman of the St. Tammany, Louisiana, Republican Parish Executive Committee). Duke's site also sells his autobiography, My Awakening: A Path to Racial Understanding; Duke promises to personally autograph all copies of the book ordered from the site.

Though Duke's site does not possess the depth or breadth of a site like Stormfront, his well-known name may attract curious, potential extremists browsing the Web. This is particularly troublesome considering Duke's expressed belief in the Internet as a white supremacist recruitment tool and his recent offline activities.

Beauregard Torres is using the same strategy to that he learned from David Duke when he uses the internet to brain wash the young generation. He has learned well the weaknesses of the young mind and how David Duke attracted them to his story. Duke and Torres campaign style is the same.

“Symbol of Wisdom”

Since: Sep 07

Pointe Coupee

#25 Sep 19, 2007
After years spent denying his racism in order to advance in politics, Duke has once again openly embraced the white supremacist movement. In a July 1997 article published by The Tallahassee Democrat, he acknowledged that his politics were becoming "more radical" in reaction to what he referred to as a "'growing undercurrent' of white frustration." Most disturbing are his speeches given in 1997 and 1998 at four separate events sponsored by the National Alliance, a group the Anti-Defamation League has identified as the single most dangerous organized hate group in the United States today.

Beauregard Torres, III failed in 1991 to obtain a very high position in the State of Louisiana when David Duke failed to win the Governors Race. David Duke has a network of politicians that he helps to remain in power through his vast network of resources. David Duke has selected Mr. Torres to be one of his Louisiana Politicians and plans to make a center for his racist, neo-nazi actions within the remote regions on Pointe Coupee Parish. Once David Duke controls the Law of Pointe Coupee Parish he will then have another enclave in which to conduct his business. Beauregard Torres is only a patsy to further David Dukes plans.

“Symbol of Wisdom”

Since: Sep 07

Pointe Coupee

#26 Sep 19, 2007
In David Dukes on Words
"Increasingly independent black economic, cultural and political power gave Blacks more freedom to do what came natural to them. Divorced from White influence and culture, they reverted quickly to their genotype -- increasingly typical of black societies around the world. Males exhibited exaggerated sexual aggression and promiscuity that led to the dissolution of the Black nuclear family in America. Females reverted to the age-old African model of maternal provisioning of children."
­­ My Awakening, p. 159 (1998)
"What I learned about them, I liked. But it also seemed that the liberal line was not entirely correct, for it was obvious that racial differences went far beyond skin color. It would be difficult to categorize all the distinctions I noticed. In fact, I made no effort to catalogue them at the time, but their differences ranged all the way from physical characteristics to more subtle differences such as extreme aversion for work in cold weather. On cold days, when I felt invigorated, my black co-workers seemed lethargic."
­­ My Awakening, p. 29 (1998)
"I won my constituency. I won 55 percent of the white vote."
­­ Duke, after losing the Louisiana gubernatorial race,
quoted in The News (Dallas, TX), December 19, 1991
"What we really want to do is to be left alone. We don't want Negroes around. We don't need Negroes around. We're not asking ­­ you know, we don't want to have them, you know, for our culture. We simply want our own country and our own society. That's in no way exploitive at all. We want our own society, our own nation...."
­- Duke interview with doctoral student Evelyn Rich, who
traveled around the country with Duke while conducting
research for her dissertation on the KKK. March 1985
"[A] black...gets a job with a white-owned company. He is the only black at the firm. He works hard, but he's fighting a losing battle against his genes."
­­ Duke editorial, "The Black Plague."
NAAWP News, Issue 32, 1985
"White people don't need a law against rape, but if you fill this room up with your normal black bucks, you would, because negroes are basically primitive animals.
"It's really the Jew Marxists who see the negroes as their instrument, as their bullets, by which to destroy our society."
­- The Sun (Wichita, KS), April 23, 1975
Beauregard Torres does not care whether any blacks vote for him or not. He has learned from David Duke that the black man's vote does not count. His power comes from uniting the hatred of the white man against the negro. You must study both David Duke and Beauregard Torres closely and you will see.
As a show of his force David Duke has crosses burned to show his solidarity to the white man and to fill the negro with fear. Burning crosses are his stock in trade. Beauregard Torres, III learned this well will under David Dukes wing. He saw and he learned. His campaign is one of a true follower of the sect.

“Symbol of Wisdom”

Since: Sep 07

Pointe Coupee

#27 Sep 19, 2007
"Our clear goal must be the advancement of the white race and separation of the white and black races. This goal must include freeing of the American media and government from subservient Jewish interests."

­­ "Klan Code of Conduct," Duke Speaks Out, a column in the Crusader (newspaper of the Knights of the KKK, then led by David Duke), November 1978

“Symbol of Wisdom”

Since: Sep 07

Pointe Coupee

#28 Sep 19, 2007
David Duke, former Klansman and consummate racist and anti-Semite, who is attempting to enter mainstream politics, is currently promoting his new book. In My Awakening, he relates how he came to his views on Blacks, Jews, and American society. ADL National Director Abraham H. Foxman calls Duke’s self-published polemic, "a minor league Mein Kampf."
Mr. Foxman’s review of the book follows. It may be reproduced in its entirety or excerpted with appropriate attribution. Interviews with Mr. Foxman can be arranged with ADL’s Media Relations Department.
Looking and listening to David Duke one might think he is just another politician promoting a book. He is attractive, articulate and media savvy. But on closer examination, the real David Duke, a white supremacist, anti-Semitic former Ku Klux Klan leader emerges.
If anyone has doubts, just peruse a copy of My Awakening, his self-published, 700-page autobiographical and disjointed polemic with over 1,000 footnotes,in "...Duke reaffirms his notoriously racist, anti-Semitic, sexist and homophobic roots."
which Duke reaffirms his notoriously racist, anti-Semitic, sexist and homophobic roots. Intended to read as the magnum opus of Duke’s career as an extremist political organizer, My Awakening reads more like a minor league Mein Kampf.
Duke attempts to construct a facade of legitimacy around his "ideas," yet his positions are no different from those of other, less savvy racists and anti-Semites who still wear robes and speak the crude language of hate and racial violence. Portraying himself as a truth-seeker in the tradition of Voltaire and Socrates, Duke wants us to believe that he and all heterosexual men of European descent are victims of a vast historical conspiracy to cover up the "truth" about peoples of African descent, Jews, homosexuals, immigrants and women.
As a boy in Louisiana, Duke says he was a tabula rasa, an innocent youth who believed what was told to him by his parents, his teachers and the media. Hunting in the swamps of Louisiana, he "learned" that animals have different genetic codes, which dictate their behavior and disposition and how it stands to reason that, just as breeds of animals differ, human races must also.
Through a slow process of uncovering "painful truths," he comes to learn that Black people really are inferior, homosexuality is unnatural and that it is wrong for women to aspire to the same types of careers aspired to by men. Worst of all are the Jews who, he claims, control the majority of international governments, are responsible for most of the major destructive political movements the world has known, and have systematically focused the world’s attention on their suffering through gross exaggeration of the Holocaust and control of the institutions which disseminate information.

“Symbol of Wisdom”

Since: Sep 07

Pointe Coupee

#29 Sep 19, 2007
THOTH wrote:
NAAWP v. NAACP
In 1980, Duke left the Klan and formed the National Association for the Advancement of White People (NAAWP).
On May 20, 2004, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) became outraged when it discovered that David Duke had chosen New Orleans to host his International NAAWP Conference during the NAACP's Big Easy Rally to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision.
Beauregard Torres, III is a active member of the NAACP and joined the group after he retired from the State of Louisiana where he served as a State Policeman who had been a bodyguard for David Duke.
To correct this last post. Beauregard Torres is a member of the NAAWP (National Association for the Advancement of White People). He joined the organization as he planned for his lucrative retirement. Mr. Torres has traveled throughout this state providing Private Bodyguard Services to David Duke and his associates. Mr. Torres covered up one such mission as though he was on vacation.
shocked

Barnesville, OH

#30 Sep 19, 2007
THOTH wrote:
NAAWP v. NAACP
In 1980, Duke left the Klan and formed the National Association for the Advancement of White People (NAAWP).
On May 20, 2004, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) became outraged when it discovered that David Duke had chosen New Orleans to host his International NAAWP Conference during the NAACP's Big Easy Rally to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision.
Beauregard Torres, III is a active member of the NAACP and joined the group after he retired from the State of Louisiana where he served as a State Policeman who had been a bodyguard for David Duke.
You mean bt is an active member of the naawp.

“Symbol of Wisdom”

Since: Sep 07

Pointe Coupee

#31 Sep 19, 2007
Lance Hill, Dr.

Executive Director
Southern Institute for Education and Research
Dr. Lance Hill is the Executive Director of the Southern Institute for Education and Research at Tulane University. Dr. Hill worked as a community activist and labor organizer for twenty years before embarking on an academic career. From 1989 to 1992, Dr. Hill served as the Executive Director of the Louisiana Coalition Against Racism and Nazism (LCARN), the grass roots organization that led the opposition to former Klansman David Duke's Senate and Gubernatorial campaigns. One of the coalition's founders, Hill directed the organization's extensive television, radio and direct mail campaigns. The New York Times and the New Orleans Times-Picayune credited LCARN with playing the leading role in Duke's ultimate political demise.

In 1993, Hill co-founded the Southern Institute for Education and Research at Tulane University. Over the past ten years the Institute's tolerance education program-the most comprehensive project of its kind in the South-- has provided training to more than 3,600 teachers from 785 schools in the Deep South. The program uses case studies of the Holocaust and the Civil Rights Movement to teach the causes and consequences of prejudice. With a geographic scope of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and the Florida panhandle, the Institute prides itself on successful implementing programs in rural and isolated communities that have been traditional strongholds of the Ku Klux Klan and other hate groups.

Dr. Hill also directs the Southern Institute's cross-cultural communication training and research program which teaches advanced skills to improve communication and collaboration among ethnic groups in the United States.

Hill holds a PhD from Tulane University, where he has taught US History and Intercultural Communication. His scholarly research field is the history of race relations and the radical right. He is the author of The Deacons for Defense: Armed Resistance and the Civil Rights Movement (University of North Carolina Press, 2004) and "National Socialist Race Doctrine in the Political Thought of David Duke," in The Emergence of David Duke by Doug Rose (University of North Carolina Press, 1994). He has served as a consultant on several PBS documentaries on the radical right and the civil rights movement and has written extensively on racial politics in the South.

Dr. Hill resides in New Orleans with his wife of thirty years, Eileen SanJuan.

There are not many who have had the opportunity to get inside of the David Duke Organization. There are those that have! Their resources are vast and their documentation thourough. Mr. Torres does not plan his work well.

“Symbol of Wisdom”

Since: Sep 07

Pointe Coupee

#32 Sep 19, 2007
David Duke was out of federal prison and planning his own welcome-home party. Earlier this summer, the approaching Memorial Day weekend found Duke preparing for a three-day meeting of leading white supremacists, neo-Nazis and Holocaust deniers from North America and Europe, held in a Kenner hotel near the Louis Armstrong International Airport. Duke's Web site suggested that the fragmented Far Right would put aside longstanding differences to attack the "crisis" of low white birth rates. Duke himself would be giving the keynote address, his first since serving a 15-month prison sentence for admittedly swindling his political supporters out of hundreds of thousands of dollars that he blew on casino dice games.

Some 250 people ended up attending Duke's private "European-American Unity" weekend, according to The Associated Press. The Southern Poverty Law Center and other monitors of political extremists and hate groups view the conference as a potentially troublesome re-alignment. Over the course of the weekend, the controversial Liberty Monument in New Orleans was vandalized with anti-Duke graffiti. Someone splattered pink paint on a statue of Jefferson Davis.

Lance Hill is not impressed. An adjunct professor of history and director of a pro-tolerance program at Tulane University, Hill is widely credited with leading a grassroots campaign in the early 1990s that stopped Duke's most serious insurgency into American electoral politics. In back-to-back Louisiana campaigns for the United States Senate and then governor, Duke captured more than half the white vote in each contest, while losing both elections.

Hill, then a Tulane graduate student, led a nonprofit organization that exposed Duke as an unrepentant racist and neo-Nazi -- revelations that led to Duke's crushing defeat by former Gov. Edwin Edwards in 1991. As director of the Louisiana Coalition Against Racism and Nazism, Hill also documented Duke's history of questionable fundraising practices, which federal investigators used 10 years later as a template for their successful criminal probe of Duke.

Since then, whenever Duke and his cohorts try to recapture the public spotlight, journalists, researchers and opposition groups from across the country invariably call Hill for his view on what significance to attach to their activities.

Today, the answer is "not much."

"David Duke is the O.J. Simpson of the Klan," Hill says. "He's been widely discredited. The only novelty about him is that he's still around."

While he still responds to queries about Duke and his confederates, Hill says he has "moved on to life beyond Duke," enjoying a relatively low public profile since the heated campaigns that once thrust him into the international spotlight. He has earned his doctorate in history at Tulane, turning his dissertation into his first book, Deacons for Defense: Armed Resistance and the Civil Rights Movement, published earlier this summer by University of North Carolina Press.

Hill and Tulane historian Lawrence N. Powell, the former vice-chair of the Louisiana Coalition, still champion racial and religious tolerance, but their strategy has changed. "We have dug in for the long term," Hill says.

Dr. Hill has a vast library of documents, photos and documents covering David Duke and his associates. Political Contributors, expenses paid for services rendered, etc.

Beauregard Torres could not run during the last campaign for Sheriff in Pointe Coupee but he has been preparing for it since his retirement. David Duke has recently purchased a tract of land in rural Pointe Coupee Parish through a shadow organization.

“Symbol of Wisdom”

Since: Sep 07

Pointe Coupee

#33 Sep 19, 2007
shocked wrote:
<quoted text>
You mean bt is an active member of the naawp.
Yes he is. He joined when preparing for his retirement. He and David Duke go back to when they met in Baton Rouge many years before David Duke ran for Governor.

It was a Done Deal when Beauregard Torres, III volunteered for the Bodyguard detail. David Duke agreed to accept him with no questions asked. It was all planned out before it happened. The act of Mr. Torres running for the Sheriff of Pointe Coupee has been planned for the last 4 years. All the money has been accepted by Mr. Torres over the years and now he must put up his portion of the deal and run for the office. A retired State Police Sgt. with a merchandise store cannot live Mr. Torres's lifestyle. Mr. Duke has big plans for the Parish under Mr. Torres's leadership. David Duke has done well in his work to make his role in Louisiana Politics not be seen by the public. This state is his base. He received more votes in this state than he has anywhere else he has been. This is his cave and Mr. Torres is one of his men.
oh boy

Knoxville, TN

#34 Sep 26, 2007
THOTH wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes he is. He joined when preparing for his retirement. He and David Duke go back to when they met in Baton Rouge many years before David Duke ran for Governor.
It was a Done Deal when Beauregard Torres, III volunteered for the Bodyguard detail. David Duke agreed to accept him with no questions asked. It was all planned out before it happened. The act of Mr. Torres running for the Sheriff of Pointe Coupee has been planned for the last 4 years. All the money has been accepted by Mr. Torres over the years and now he must put up his portion of the deal and run for the office. A retired State Police Sgt. with a merchandise store cannot live Mr. Torres's lifestyle. Mr. Duke has big plans for the Parish under Mr. Torres's leadership. David Duke has done well in his work to make his role in Louisiana Politics not be seen by the public. This state is his base. He received more votes in this state than he has anywhere else he has been. This is his cave and Mr. Torres is one of his men.
THE WHOLE TRUTH AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH IS COMONG ABOUT DUKE TORRES !! I MEAN BUD TORRES !! VIDEO DOES NOT LIE !!!!!!!!!!
honkey

Starkville, MS

#35 Sep 26, 2007
About time somebody WHITE spoke up......

It's ok for Al Sharpton, Jesse JAckson, and their
clan to speak, but when a white man speaks,

well,,,,,,we can't have that now....can we?

Wake up america,,,,,,,you'll be speaking

Spanish before too long and eating fried chicken.
duke man

United States

#36 Sep 26, 2007
THOTH wrote:
NAAWP v. NAACP
In 1980, Duke left the Klan and formed the National Association for the Advancement of White People (NAAWP).
On May 20, 2004, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) became outraged when it discovered that David Duke had chosen New Orleans to host his International NAAWP Conference during the NAACP's Big Easy Rally to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision.
Beauregard Torres, III is a active member of the NAACP and joined the group after he retired from the State of Louisiana where he served as a State Policeman who had been a bodyguard for David Duke.
you are a shit stirer
Infamous

Baton Rouge, LA

#37 Sep 26, 2007
honkey wrote:
About time somebody WHITE spoke up......
It's ok for Al Sharpton, Jesse JAckson, and their
clan to speak, but when a white man speaks,
well,,,,,,we can't have that now....can we?
Wake up america,,,,,,,you'll be speaking
Spanish before too long and eating fried chicken.
Bring on the VIDEO, and we already eat fried chicken...and i speak a little Spanish too...so where is this so-called video...make me a prs follower...convince me
ready set

AOL

#38 Sep 26, 2007
oh boy wrote:
<quoted text>THE WHOLE TRUTH AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH IS COMONG ABOUT DUKE TORRES !! I MEAN BUD TORRES !! VIDEO DOES NOT LIE !!!!!!!!!!
Well, why don't you stop talking about this "video" and show it to us. Are you going to wait till election day? Put up or shut up!
honkey

Starkville, MS

#39 Sep 26, 2007
THOTH wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes he is. He joined when preparing for his retirement. He and David Duke go back to when they met in Baton Rouge many years before David Duke ran for Governor.
It was a Done Deal when Beauregard Torres, III volunteered for the Bodyguard detail. David Duke agreed to accept him with no questions asked. It was all planned out before it happened. The act of Mr. Torres running for the Sheriff of Pointe Coupee has been planned for the last 4 years. All the money has been accepted by Mr. Torres over the years and now he must put up his portion of the deal and run for the office. A retired State Police Sgt. with a merchandise store cannot live Mr. Torres's lifestyle. Mr. Duke has big plans for the Parish under Mr. Torres's leadership. David Duke has done well in his work to make his role in Louisiana Politics not be seen by the public. This state is his base. He received more votes in this state than he has anywhere else he has been. This is his cave and Mr. Torres is one of his men.
Sounds great. maybe they'll clean up all the drug traffic and rid this parish of all the scum.
it's time for the whites to speak up. looks like all of you PRS supporters are getting a little worried we may have a KLAN member on the loose.
honkey

Starkville, MS

#40 Sep 26, 2007
let's see......kinda sounds like THOTH, HECATOMB, ETC. ETC. are one in the same.

has to be someone that doesn't work.....sits on HIS ass all day long.......and plays on the computer. i've heard of someone that could possibly fit this person's description.

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