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Free Brian Nichols! Pardon the Carrs!

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[Mar. 18th, 2005|04:42 pm]
Free Brian Nichols! Pardon the Carrs!


Some of you people must be suffering from serious delirium.

To consider pardoning Brian Nichols and the Carrs based on their entertainment value alone is oxymoronic. How could you people even put a value on entertainment like that? It’s priceless!

I know a lot of haters are saying that the members of nichols_fans are “sick,” “messed up,” or “the same person,” but none of these are true. I for one am glad I found this community because it’s not afraid to touch on REAL issues. I’m sick of people harassing the members of this community for their beliefs, and I plan on having a word with the moderator about a few of these characters. The fact of the matter is that Brian Nichols is a god. Just as Jim Carey stole our hearts in Truman Show, Brian Nichols’ powerful message and subtle yet dry humor captivated America, and in just one wacky afternoon, he went from an unknown to a celebrity…a true road warrior, and if anyone wants to argue with that, then I’d be happy to prove them wrong. For years to come, little kids will be saying, “When I grow up, I wanna be Brian Nichols [or Jonathan Carr or Reginald Carr].” If he gets enough support, then there might even be Brian Nichols History Month; you never know. Keep posting you crazy diamonds, and don’t let the haters get you down!

Au revoir

[User Picture]From: seychelles
2005-03-18 10:13 pm (UTC)
I am awaiting the release of his book and/or movie. Though no written work or film can do his vision and his character justice, I am sure that such works would open the eyes of our mislead brothers and sisters.

That said, I applaud you for your support of Brian Nichols, the Carrs, and for putting yourself out there in the midst of all this hate.
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From: lonesome_beaver
2005-03-18 10:21 pm (UTC)
I've been working on a novel portraying the wrongful accusations, trials, and convictions of the Carrs. I'm nowhere near finished, but email me, and I'll send you a copy!

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