Saturday, January 5, 2008
Murder → Lynching in the United States
Lynching in the United States refers, primarily, to the practice in the 19th and 20th centuries of the humiliation and killing of people by mobs acting outside the law. These murders, most of them unpunished, often took the form of hanging and burning. To demonstrate a ritual of power, mobs sometimes tortured the victim. After the American Civil War, lynching was a method of terrorism used to intimidate freed blacks who were voting and assuming political power.
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Wiki Article: Lynching in the United States
|Fuck you Dirty German|
|What's with the white skank posing in the background?... that looks just wrong.|
|The Dirty German|
|It could be staged... however, if I saw |
a nigger hangin from a tree like that,
I'd be giggling too!
|this looks staged or something. If not the woman in the back sorta does.|
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