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Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Homeland Security, FBI investigating hateful emails sent to Ebenezer

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Photo taken on I75 South headed towards Atlanta

According to Channel 11 News in Atlanta, federal authorities, Homeland Security and the FBI, have been called in to investigate emails sent to Ebenezer Baptist Church, some which "included language that were too offensive to include" on television newscasts. The emails were sent one week after two white males placed Confederate flags on the grounds of the church and the King Center.

Ebenezer Baptist Church was the home church of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. who was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee in 1968.

According to several news sources, here are some comments contained in these emails:
“…how many black people have whites killed? I’ll tell you, 0, none, Nada. In fact, whites commit so few crimes that the powers that be have to put the Hispanic community in with the white community to prove that whites commit crime. Whites don’t, and have never committed serious crimes, or any crimes against blacks."

"However, blacks are 9 times more likely to commit a violent crime against whites then whites against blacks, and blacks, at an average rape 100 white women a day in the U.S. so why should you worry about a little thing like the Confederate flag.”

“Martin (Michael) Luther King is right now in the Lake of Fire. What you need to do is to stop your communism (which is a Jewish government system, and Martin (Michael) Luther King was a communist), and just face facts. God’s people Israel which are the white Caucasian, Anglo-Saxon, Germanic, Scandinavian, are going to be victorious. Their kinsman redeemer Jesus Christ is coming to restore all things, and lead his people to victory."

"The Confederate flag will rise again, and you can’t prevent it.”

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Sign at historic Ebenezer on Auburn Avenue in downtown Atlanta
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