Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Leftwingers wrong again, Kentucky census worker Bill Sparkman killed himself.

Remember how the lefties screamed that the right’s anti big government words killed Kentucky census worker Bill Sparkman. They said that our words incited violence against government workers.  Well what do you know, just like the stimulus, the left has failed again.

From McClatchy:

A U.S. Census worker whose death in a secluded Kentucky cemetery sparked worries about a backlash against the federal government killed himself but tried to make the death look like a homicide, authorities have concluded.
Bill Sparkman, 51, of London, Ky., might have tried to cover the manner of his death to preserve payments under life-insurance polices that he had taken out. The policies wouldn’t pay off if Sparkman committed suicide, state police Capt. Lisa Rudzinski said.
“We believe it was an intentional act on his part to take his own life,” said Rudzinski, who helped lead the investigation.
Sparkman’s nude body was found Sept. 12 by people visiting the cemetery. There was a rope around his neck tied to a tree, and he had what appeared to be the word “fed” written on his chest in black marker.
His census identification card was taped to his head.

The bizarre details of the death caused a firestorm of media coverage and widespread speculation on the Internet, including that someone angry at the federal government attacked Sparkman as he went door to door, gathering census information.
Michelle Malkin is making sure to the left knows their indictment of the right was wrong, wrong, wrong.

Via: McClatchy
Via: Michelle Malkin


The Conservative Lady said...

The lefties will not apologize or admit they were wrong. They'll just move forward to the next hatchet job.

Reaganite Republican said...

A martyr for Hope-n-Change? Is that it?

Did this guy fake a crime with his own suicide to promote the Obama narrative that his political opposition consists of primarily Timothy McVeigh types?

Or perhaps somebody helped him with it? Who wrote "Fed" on him? Or was the theme just a charade for the insurance adjusters?

Oh well, he looked like a putz anyway- one less vote for them.

Bastiat Fan said...

I am shocked—SHOCKED!—not to see apologies from the moonbats on finding that they were wrong.

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