Brick Stone questions Fred Phelps’ daughter Shirley and others WBCer’s at Clark High School in Las Vegas, November 1st, 2011
After picketing the funeral of a McAlester, Oklahoma soldier this weekend the cazies of The Westboro Baptist Church returned to thier van to find two of its tires slashed. And every auto and tire repair shop in town refused to make any repairs.
As their minivan slowly hobbled away on two flat tires, with a McAlester police car following behind, the protesters were unable to find anyone in town who would repair their vehicle, according to police. The minivan finally pulled over several blocks away in a shopping center parking lot, where AAA was called. A flatbed service truck arrived and loaded up the minivan. Assistant Police Chief Darrell Miller said the minivan was taken to Walmart for repairs. Even before the protesters discovered their damaged tires, they faced off with a massive crowd of jeering and taunting counterprotesters at Third Street and Washington Avenue, two blocks from the First Baptist Church, where the soldier’s funeral was held. Miller estimated that crowd to number nearly 1,000 people, and they not only drowned out the Westboro protesters with jeers, but with raucous chants of “USA, USA.” A few motorcyclists interspersed among the crowd also revved up their engines to muffle the protests.
Can we please get the names and addresses of all the businesses that denied them service?
Because everyone of them should get a little hand written “Thank You” note!