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25. Better late than never.
Wed Apr 19, 2023, 07:07 AM
Apr 2023

I'm very pleased that legal experts figured out a way to hold the tiki torch bearing individuals accountable. I hope this prosecution gives others pause before they pull crap like the tiki boys did in Charlotesville. I sure wouldn't want such ugly demonstrations in my town.

About damn time mcar Apr 2023 #1
Justice Delayed is Better Than No Justice At All.... But 7 Years Later? Indykatie Apr 2023 #2
What is the statute of limitation in VA? The Grand Illuminist Apr 2023 #3
Some charges are 1 yr, others 2 yrs, and the rest 5 yrs EXCEPT BumRushDaShow Apr 2023 #4
Now we have a possible unfortunate situation The Grand Illuminist Apr 2023 #5
Well the article indicated the indictments were for felonies BumRushDaShow Apr 2023 #7
Welcome to DU orangecrush Apr 2023 #26
THAT TOOK SIX YEARS????? Novara Apr 2023 #6
Its not an effort to punish them its an effort to hold them accountable. cstanleytech Apr 2023 #8
Six damn years. Scrivener7 Apr 2023 #9
This is gonna be interesting. It should lead to more related to who coordinated the events and set Ford_Prefect Apr 2023 #10
Cudos to whatever official kept this alive through the Trump years... NullTuples Apr 2023 #11
From the WaPo article BumRushDaShow Apr 2023 #12
"Robert N. Tracci, declined to seek charges against the torch carriers...He was voted out of office" NullTuples Apr 2023 #13
+infinity BumRushDaShow Apr 2023 #15
TY Very Enlightening! Cha Apr 2023 #19
Yup BumRushDaShow Apr 2023 #24
TY, BRDS.. I appreciate this. 🤷‍♀️ Cha Apr 2023 #27
YW Cha BumRushDaShow Apr 2023 #28
Sandy and Richard Riccardi's "Tiki torch nazis" is running in my head again. niyad Apr 2023 #14
Awesome. nt TeamProg Apr 2023 #16
So glad to hear this. It's long past time to make wnylib Apr 2023 #17
Some of Trump's "Very good people" Yo_Mama_Been_Loggin Apr 2023 #18
"Burning to Intimidate"? Fiendish Thingy Apr 2023 #20
The law was passed to prosecute the Klan for burning crosses in front of peoples' houses Martin68 Apr 2023 #22
Ah, Makes sense. Fiendish Thingy Apr 2023 #23
It was probably around the time the statute was passed that the KKK started Aristus Apr 2023 #30
As a Charlottesville resident, this is great news. Finally. Martin68 Apr 2023 #21
Better late than never. steventh Apr 2023 #25
Good! Ty BRDS for the info. It's not like they were carrying flashlights, and camp lanterns! electric_blue68 Apr 2023 #29
Glad to hear about this Mysterian Apr 2023 #31
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