Minutemen attack themselves

A California judge has ruled neither founder Jim Gilchrist nor three directors of the racist anti-immigrant Minutemen can have control of the group, citing “serious issues concerning the credibility of the claims of both Jim Gilchrist and the defendants…” Thus, the group is now immobilized, pending a full trial. The issue, not surprisingly, is “sloppy accounting and possible fundraising improprieties.”

In other Minutemen news, San Diego police searched the home of local Minutemen founder Jeff Schwilk looking for evidence linking him to vandalism attacks against migrant camps.

The busy Mr. Schwilk has also just been sued for one million dollars by Joanne Yoon, an ACLU contractor, citing his threatening, racist, sickening web posts and emails about her.

Think about Schwilk the next time you hear a Minutemen member lie about how they aren’t racist.

Now a judge thinks they may have been playing Hide The Money… Why am I not surprised?

2 Responses to Minutemen attack themselves

  1. Joe Hartley Wed, Mar 28, 2007 at 1:18 pm #

    Bob concludes: Why am I not surprised?

    Because you’re beginning to catch on about human nature?

  2. Bob Morris Wed, Mar 28, 2007 at 1:57 pm #

    Apparently the only thing that makes you happy is concluding that all is dismal and progress not possible.

    Which is not my conclusion at all.