NBC Re-Runs Show that Tagged DeLay as Hero to White Supremacist Murderer

<a href="http://www.mrc.org/cyberalerts/2005/cyb20050526.asp#6"><img align="right" src="http://www.mrc.org/stillshots/2005/lawandorder052605.jpg" /></a>Sunday night at 8pm EDT, 7pm CDT (to air at 8pm PDT), NBC re-ran the May 25 season finale of NBC's <i>Law &amp; Order: Criminal Intent</i>, which portrayed House Majority Leader Tom DeLay as a hero to white supremacist gun nuts suspected of murdering two judges, one of them black, and who had expressed the view that the white woman judge who was murdered was a &quot;race traitor&quot; who raised her family in the &quot;Zionist enclave of Riverdale.&quot;<br /><br />When the ballistics on the bullet which killed the black judge showed it was fired by the same rifle which was used to kill the white judge, New York City Police Department &quot;Detective Alexandra Eames&quot; suggested to her fellow detectives and an Assistant District Attorney: &quot;Maybe we should put out an APB for somebody in a Tom DeLay T-shirt.&quot; Another detective then presented evidence the shooter came from the West, prompting Eames to point out: &quot;Home of a lot of white supremacist groups.&quot; <br /><br />For a full transcript of the scene, MP3 audio as well as Real and Windows Media video, check the <a href="http://www.mrc.org/cyberalerts/2005/cyb20050526.asp#6">May 26 MRC <i>CyberAlert</i></a>.
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Brent Baker
Brent Baker
Brent Baker is the Steven P.J. Wood Senior Fellow and VP for Research and Publications at the Media Research Center