This is the story that simply won’t go away. It gets more bizarre with each passing day as more incriminating evidence against Kaitlyn Hunt and her parents keeps coming out. The Streisand Effect is in full bloom now.
Stacy McCain brings new evidence that Kaitlyn Hunt isn’t the model citizen her mother portrays her as;
Five days ago, I called attention to the video in which alleged victim of homophobia Kaitlyn Hunt screams at her younger sister: “Beat her f**king ass, Emily! Beat her ass! Get that bitch!”
Someone who was present for this incident captured the image above, which shows Kaitlyn — with the telltale bird tattoo on her right shoulder — turning this fight into a 2-on-1 beatdown of the other girl.
Are we really surprised that some local gay-rights groups aren’t supporting the “Free Kate” campaign on Hunt’s behalf?
Who wants to join the herd of credulous people who were deceived by Kaitlyn’s mother’s May 17 Facebook post, which described her as “wonderful . . . exemplary . . . respected and well liked . . . never been in trouble, ever, she truly is the model student and child”? Who really believes that Kaitlyn Ashley Hunt (Booking #2013-00000708) is, as her lawyer has claimed, a “model citizen“?
Is this how “model citizens” behave? Have law enforcement authorities in Indian River County seen this video?
Shouldn’t they be investigating this incident as an assault?
After the initial fact-deficient hysteria, which portrayed Kaitlyn Hunt as a martyr for the cause of equality, Matt Ross says it “seems that calmer voices are starting to prevail.”
S.J. Reidhead has also been on this story almost from the beginning. She brings this tweet from some Canadian twit to our attention;
And then S.J. had this to say;
The Hunt family is not the sort of family I would want to have anything to do with. To put it succinctly, they are what my mother calls South Florida low-life white trash. Sorry, but sometimes the truth can be brutal. I don’t know about you, but I have standards when it comes to my friends and associates. When my sister and I were growing up, our parents were very careful about who we could associate with. My sister was the same way with her children. If I had children, I would be a total bitch about it.
Parents still, in this country, have a right to say just who their children can associate with or not. In public school you take your chances and hope your child emerges unscathed. When one considers that, next to parental abuse, a child is more likely to be molested by a teacher or in a school setting, the prospect of even sending a child to school is terrifying.
If I had kids, I would not want them anywhere near the likes of the Hunt family or their off-spring. You are playing with Ebola with people like that. They have no boundaries. There are no rules except for self-gratification. Their behavior is little more than a step above the way animals live. A parent has a right to keep their children away from people like that, and not be damned and harassed for it.
The local chapter of Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, as reported by R. S. McCain, don’t think ‘discrimination’ is applicable to the Hunt Case.
I remember our parents letting us pick our friends as we wished until we got in trouble with them. Then they made decisions on whether or not we could continue to have them as friends or not.
So. . .what is to be done with ADULT Kate ?? She turned down the plea deal, and the evidence makes it an open-and-shut case. . . but sending a lesbian to a women’s prison for 15 years ??? I still like my proposed punishment: Solitary Confinement with an endless loop of Justin Bieber for the term of the sentence. . .
Sounds like a plan to me.