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Homeland Security: Can We Please Interrupt the Media to Cover a Bus Bombing in Rockford?

Chicago Daily Observer 18 June 2012 2 Comments

From The Blaze

The local media in Rockford, Illinois, have been virtually silent about a firebomb attack on a Catholic school bus belonging to Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Academy. While the details and fuzzy, here’s what we know: There’s extensive damage to a pro-life bus — a vehicle that is widely-known in the community for showcasing messages on its exterior that defend unborn babies and stand in opposition to abortion.


A blog called Pro-life Corner claims that the bus was firebombed on Friday evening (an employee at the Rockford Fire Department confirmed that authorities arrived at the scene around 3 a.m.). In a description of the damage, the blog reports that the attack’s impact was substantial, leaving broken windows, burned and charred seats and a plethora of other major blemishes.


  • Bessie said:

    Not surprising, this is the first I have heard this story???

  • Michael R said:

    Doesn’t fit the mode. Media likes their pro-lifers to be firebombers as much as they like their pro-aborts to be virtuous victims.

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