I thought Canadians were supposed to be nice. It’s rather strange — I’m used to getting one or two death threats in my mailbox a week, but lately I’ve been getting several a day…and it’s not as if I’ve done anything particularly dramatic lately. Or have I? Are my horns showing?
Subject: Greetings from Vancouver, Canada
Date: March 9, 2009 3:53:21 PM CDT
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If your in the neighborhood and would like to descrate some more Hosts. Please feel free to let me know……..and I will give you a welcome more befitting a man of your stature. Let’s just say that some Catholics are willing to kill to defend the Lord God Almighty.
I will pray for you and your lost soul.
He talks about the willingness of religious fanatics to commit murder as if it were something new and unusual.