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Saturday, June 23, 2007

The Knoxville Horror:
The Crime and the Cover-Up
By Nicholas Stix

The revised, extended version – almost twice as long as the May 14 web version – of my American Renaissance article on the most gruesome crime of the year, is on the front page of the new issue of American Renaissance. You can obtain a free, electronic issue of the July, 2007 issue of AR in your inbox, complete with color photos that are not even available in the hard copy. (Link will only function for a limited time.)

For the magazine version, AR editor and publisher Jared Taylor had me not only revise the article to cover all up-to-press-time developments, but to cover the disgraceful conduct of the MSM, in switching to “Plan B,” in their attempt to:

1. Engage in “non-reporting reporting”;
2. Rationalize their refusal to previously cover the story;
3. Smear as “racists” and “white supremacists” all Americans outraged by the transparently racist hatred behind the crime; and
4. Even bully the grieving parents of victims Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom.

The story is also unique as the only one, to my knowledge, that reports on the cover-up engineered by the Knoxville Police Department and Knox County District Attorney General’s office. It ain’t just the media anymore.

I report, as well, at length on the May 26 “Rally Against Genocide” held in Knoxville, discussing the hate-filled MSM coverage, and providing background via an interview with Vanguard News Network founder, Alex Linder, that even socialist MSM reporters who were at the rally failed to give.

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