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Reflections on an Assassination Attempt

What Could Have Been Done?

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Reflections on an Assassination Attempt: What Could Have Been Done?

On March 30, 1981, crazed gunman, John Hinckley attempted to kill President Ronald Reagan. Shortly there-after the Rebbe, of righteous memory, spoke of the shocking nature of the crime, and the root cause of such evil.
Crime & Criminal Justice, Education, Lubavitcher Rebbe

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Anonymous Melbourne, FL via jewishbrevard.com January 12, 2011

Freedom Of Speech For Terrorists Too We are willing to fight for our freedoms, so we must allow those who publicly announce the names of those they wish dead to enjoy such freedoms. We see Osama Bin Laden in the mountains of Pakistan, and we have no evidence that he ever actually killed another person, same as Sarah Palin in the mountains of Alaska, posing with her high powered weapons. They simply announce the names of their enemies, and if some lunatic acts upon it, it is only the one who performed the dirty work that has violated the law. Right? Reply

Carmen January 11, 2011

How right is the Rebbe! How right is the Rebbe! Reply

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