Hey! Guess what? Paulie has published a letter on Stormfront (as well as the Facebook group he set up in her name) in which Ms. Erstikaitis claims she's in detention because of her political beliefs:
Well that was certainly convenient.
Paulie has had to acknowledge some inconvenient facts about Ms. Erstikaitis' past. Previously, he had only mentioned that she had written a letter to Timothy McVeigh, the terrorist who murdered 168 people (including 19 children) in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. That actually wasn't a problem, as a considerable individuals in the, "White Nationalist" movement are either sympathetic to McVeigh or even support his actions. However, problems sort of arise when people actually throw this woman's name into a search engine and learn that not only did she have a thing for Bernardo, but she also tormented the mother of one of his victims (including saying she would kill the mother and yer young son). And the time she tried to burn down her apartment which put at risk a number of other residents.
But don't think for a moment these are actually a big deal. Writes Paulie:
As you can see from the wording of Sec. 753, the Dangerous Offender Law, the state may effectively lock up a person so designated and throw away the key. What is so mystifying in Miss Erstikaitis case is that her crimes have been relatively minor, except for arson, actually a suicide attempt, in her troubled teen years. She has currently been warehoused at the
Sadly for Paulie, people aren't falling into line simply because he has asked them to. As in the first article we published concerning this issue, people are beginning to ask questions, including some of Paulie's supporters.
The first image is of a screen shot of Paulie's Facebook group set up to support Ms. Erstikaitis. One of the individuals is not a racist, but a good friend of the ARC Collective who's name and picture we've redacted (though we're sure this person would be okay if we published the original document):
This post in the discussion board has opened up a great deal of discussion on the group's wall, even as Mr. Free Speech Paulie continues to remove posts that don't toe the line and do damage control (each of the next three screen shots are essentially the same, but you'll notice that Paulie removed posts found in the first screen shot when you look at the second):
The discussion about Ms. Erstikaitis and her past is also occurring on Paulie's own profile:
Paulie's supporters are even talking about their concerns off-site:
As much fun as this is for us, we imagine it might be a little embarrassing for our, "White Nationalist" readers. Perhaps those readers would like to share their thoughts about Paulie's efforts on Ms. Erstikaitis' behalf?