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Lesbian Couple Arrested For Staging Crime

May 22, 2012 by  

Lesbian Couple Arrested For Staging Crime
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The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office believes Aimee Whitchurch and Christel Conklin painted “Kill the Gay” on their garage door.

A lesbian couple in Parker, Colo., has been arrested for staging a crime.

Aimee Whitchurch and Christel Conklin called 911 last October to report that “Kill the Gay” had been painted in red letters on their garage door. They also reported a noose hanging from the doorknob of their front door as well as damage to their car.

The women told authorities they believed the Homeowners’ Association was behind the vandalism.

A short time later, the women painted over the message and placed signs on their garage door reading: “We will not submit to hate,” “We are not the gay we are Aimee and Christel,” and “This is a threat to our lives, take it seriously.”

But the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office determined that the couple was responsible for painting the original message.

The women were charged with false reporting and criminal mischief.

Both women maintain that they did not paint “Kill the Gay” on their garage door.

Bryan Nash

Staff writer Bryan Nash has devoted much of his life to searching for the truth behind the lies that the masses never question. He is currently pursuing a Master's of Divinity and is the author of The Messiah's Misfits, Things Unseen and The Backpack Guide to Surviving the University. He has also been a regular contributor to the magazine Biblical Insights.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/jlaperuta John Laperuta

    When people are given “special”rights over others they will eventually use it for some sort of advantage…pathetic.

    • OOOOPPert EEEEpert

      Very, very, well said…..perhaps, the fact that they know deep in their own hearts & souls that their lifestyle is an affront to God & Cosmic & Natural Law, prompted them to look for sympathy…that’s a heckuva lot easier than trying to change their perverse way of living!!!

      • Robert Smith

        For more details about what is going on check out: http://www.advocate.com/crime/2012/05/19/did-lesbian-couple-fake-hate-crime

        Rob

      • Robert Smith

        Posted: “that’s a heckuva lot easier than trying to change their perverse way of living!”

        What do you know about “easy” to change? How “easy” would it be for you to do something gay? It’s just as hard for them to be straight.

        Rob

      • Ted Crawford

        Robert
        ” How “easy” would it be for you to do something gay? it’s just as hard for them to be straight ”
        Your point is?

      • Steve E

        Robert. Good point. I believe that you know how hard it is to be straight. It’s tough, isn’t it? Keep trying.

      • http://naver sook young

        Since being gay is a choice, it may be easier for them to become heterosexual psychologically than you think Robert. Thank you.

        Sook Young
        Wife of the Samurai

    • Robert Smith

      And what “special” right are you suggesting contributed to the situation?

      Rob

      • Jonathan

        The “special” right to have any crime committed against them, real or imagined, declared a “hate” crime and subject to a special level of attention and punishment. The idea that certain crimes are motivated by hate is silly: how many people commit a violent crime against someone they love/like?

      • http://naver sook young

        That is very true Jonathan. They have the same rights we all do, but they just want special rights. If they had them, this would put them above the average person. Thank you.

        Sook Young
        Wife of the Samurai

      • Robert Smith

        Here you go sook young… A HETEROSEXUAL couple was just arrested: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504083_162-20128876-504083/pregnant-hawaii-mom-arrested-for-stealing-$2-sandwiches-state-briefly-takes-daughter-away/

        Gonna dump on them with as much enthusiasm?

        Rob

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003557593545 Paul Reynolds

    Whats next? Someone gonna say that God created Adam and Steve. Why do people living in perversion think they have to justify that garbage to other people? Pathetic is right John!!

    • eddie47d

      Any misrepresentation of any situation can cause more harm than good. They now look foolish and would be wise to move out of the community(association) were this false reporting took place. It’s not much different than when whites would accuse black kids of crimes when it was the white youths in their own neighborhoods than did it. Another time where I grew up one neighbor had some vandalism and blamed this poor white kid who lived 3 blocks away when it was their own white son. School kids make those kind of accusations all the time so that couple in the story should have grown up and acted like the adults they are.

      • Vigilant

        “They now look foolish and would be wise to move out of the community(association) were this false reporting took place.”

        Jumping the gun a bit, aren’t we? They’ve been charged but not convicted.

        By your philosophy, George Zimmermann is automatically guilty.

      • Robert Smith

        “Any misrepresentation of any situation can cause more harm than good. They now look foolish and would be wise to move out of the community(association) were this false reporting took place. ”

        The Salem Witch Trials were based on lies, but were completely accepted by the christians.

        Rob

      • eddie47d

        They admitted it Vigilant lock stock and barrel Why stick around and be an embarrassment to themselves or the neighborhood. Unless they have very understanding association members and my response had NOTHING to do with them being of the same sex. I could care less about that and believe they should start over someplace else and get their life together without the lying.

      • Vigilant

        Looks like you got hit from the left and the right both, eddie. What say you?

      • Firefly

        ROB: There is a big difference between people who say they are Christians (or think they are) and those who actually are. Even Jesus said words to that effect. The sign that a person was actually a Christian was/is the love they have for others, and since the Bible says that what we do to others will be done to us, a true follower of Jesus would be very careful of condemning anyone. It was the arrogant that Jesus was especially harsh with, those who felt they were better than others (like some in congress, and, yes, some militant homosexuals). I suspect it is the arrogance that causes a reaction by others, regardless of who displays it.

      • Nancy in Nebraska

        eddie just makes up crap! Ignore him!

      • http://naver sook young

        Sorry Robert, but we Christians have never accepted the Salem Witch Trials. But you are right about they being based on lies. Just look up what started them, jealousy over a boyfriend/girlfriend. If you also remember, they ones that started these rumors eventually admitted they lied and repented of their sins. Thank you.

        Sook Young
        Wife of the Samurai

      • Robert Smith

        From sook young: “If you also remember, they ones that started these rumors eventually admitted they lied and repented of their sins.”

        And that makes them OK in the eyes of you and your god?

        What about all those DEAD witches?

        Or, are you one of those christians who won’t suffer a witch and wants them dead? After all, it’s part of that brutal christian bible babble that calls gays an abomination.

        So, gonna go out and kill some witches in the name of your brutal god?

        Rob

      • http://naver sook young

        Such arrogance, ignorance, and childishness, not worthy of a response from me Robert. Thank you.

        Sook Young
        Wife of the Samurai

  • Scott

    While I’m no fan of the special rights and treatments given to the gay community, we need to be VERY CAREFUL about not rushing to judgment by saying these women did it to get attention and sympathy. These rushed judgments stink like the in Zimmerman/Martin case. Do you really want to act like the New Black Panther Party and issue rash and irrational statements based on your line in the sand instead of the facts in the case?

  • Peter

    How is it that in a supposed ‘democracy’ where the will of the majority is ‘supposed’ to rule, such a tiny (less than 2%) sample of the population who identify as homosexual, can wield such inordinate influence, even power, over the political will of a large percentage of the country and to a large extent, public opinion?
    I believe it is not just through militant activism, which is what homosexuals are famous for, but in directing that activism via a complicit and sensation-seeking corporate media, whose lust for ratings and paper sales knows no bounds, such that the media have blown out of all proportion (a) the nature of the so-called ‘injustices perpetrated’ against homosexuals and (b) the ‘solutions’ to those injustices, which includes but is not limited to, vilifying anyone who dares question the legitimacy of their claims as being homophobic, which is absolute garbage and simply a euphemism which, when flung often enough sticks like mud; and again through a complicit media, screaming loudly enough to drown out any voice of disagreement, while in turn displaying unbridled and even violent bigotry and hatred towards those who disagree with their homosexual choices.
    Yet somehow the media never reports attacks against heterosexuals by militant homosexuals; I wonder why that is? Actually, I don’t wonder at all.
    I have worked in the media for many years, behind the scenes. I have seen many journalists in action and can confidently declare that the vast majority are mercenary hypocrites of the highest order. They call politicians, celebrities and those in the public eye out for the slightest irregularity in their behavior, yet they themselves have affairs, do drugs or are alcoholics, they abuse their spouses and/or children, yet attack others with impunity.
    I believe it’s time both the militant homosexual lobbyists and the media were called to account. They all deserve to be outed for the liars and manipulators they truly are.

    • Karolyn

      The US is not a democracy. It is a democratic republic.

      • Peter

        That is true Karolyn, however the word ‘democracy’ appears at the forefront of ‘republic’ How is that different towards the points I’ve made?

      • A-C

        We are not a democracy, we are a republic.

      • Vigilant

        I believe the proper designation is “Constitutional Republic.”

      • Hershey

        We are supposed to be a Representative Republic. That means those we send to congress and the presidency are there to represent us.
        I really wish they would.

      • Peter

        The people vote for their representatives. The representative who achieves the most votes is elected. Regardless of the label you desire to put on the end result, the process is a democratic vote.

      • Vigilant

        Peter, a “democratic” vote does not a democracy make.

        If we lived in a democracy, I know a few presidents who would never have taken office.

      • Nancy in Nebraska

        This country was founded as and meant to be a constitutional republic. Over the years it has moved toward democracy aka mob rule, ie you MUST accept homosexuality whether you want to or not!

      • eddie47d

        We always have to accept Corporate and Wall Street greed whether we like it or not. Was that in the Constitution?

      • vicki

        Nancy in Nebraska says:
        ——————————————————————
        This country was founded as and meant to be a constitutional republic. Over the years it has moved toward democracy aka mob rule, ie you MUST accept homosexuality whether you want to or not!
        ——————————————————————

        First and foremost we are a Constitutionally LIMITED Republic. That means in part that our representatives are denied the power to do some things (like suppress free speech or expression) even if we want them to.

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4r0VUybeXY

        2nd If we were really moving toward democracy then the majority who is NOT homosexual would not be forced to accept homosexuality. Then again no one is
        forced to accept homosexuality. You do however have to let consenting adults express themselves.

        Now consider a democracy where the majority of the people are not only homosexual but also despise and try to suppress heterosexual behavior. (Ignore for the moment the natural life span of such a society).

        Do you really want them to have majority (mob) rule over you?

        The Constitution protects some forms of expression that we may not like but it protects ours for US to.

        Waiting with amusement for the red herrings from the left and right.

      • http://naver sook young

        “If a man lieth with another man as he would a woman, let them die the death.”

        Leviticus 20:13

        Sorry vicki, but since their lifestyle is against what God has ordained, it is never to be accepted. If this is true about what you say, then are you saying we should let bisexuals, pediphiles, people who have beastial relationships, and others do what they want? Sorry, but behavior is not mentioned in the Constitution. Thank you.

        Sook Young
        Wife of the Samurai

      • Robert Smith

        Nancy claims: “you MUST accept homosexuality whether you want to or not!”

        Really? Please tell us what part of homosexuality you MUST participate in?

        I actually see it as the other way around. Right wing christians are saying gays MUST be straight or they and their god won’t like them.

        Rob

      • Vicki

        sook young says:
        —————————————————————-
        “If a man lieth with another man as he would a woman, let them die the death.”

        Leviticus 20:13

        Sorry vicki, but since their lifestyle is against what God has ordained, it is never to be accepted.
        ————————————————————–

        If you honor the Constitution that you seem to then you MUST accept their right to go against your God. You do not have to accept their lifestyle nor do you have to associate with them or their lifestyle. Those too are protected by the Constitution.

        I notice in the scripture you quoted that God said to let them die the death. Nothing about you or I helping them to die. Let God be that judge since their actions with each can not possibly harm us.

        (the rest of the red herrings ignored)

        —————————
        Thank you.

        Sook Young
        Wife of the Samurai
        ————————–

        Your Welcome.
        -Vicki-

      • Vicki

        Sigh. I even reread it twice and still missed a key word

        “Let God be that judge since their actions with each OTHER can not possibly harm us.”

        That should make a bit more sense

      • http://naver sook young

        Sorry Vicki, but we do not have to accept anything. We are hate sin and abhor evil. There is also nothing that covers behavior in our Constitution. I hope that our government supports the DOMA and keeps Obama from overturning something that is the will of our people. Thank you.

        Sook Young
        Wife of the Samurai

    • Paul

      This is the only response these three can give to a well written piece. They can’t even stay with the points Peter is making. Just the same old bah, bah, bah of lefties.

      • TML

        Peter… er… Paul, it isn’t a well written piece if ‘he’, doesn’t know the difference between a democracy and a republic. Even going so far as to say we are ‘supposed’ to have majority rule in his rhetorical premise.

        “The majority, oppressing an individual, is guilty of a crime, abuses its strength, and by acting on the law of the strongest breaks up the foundations of society.” – Thomas Jefferson.

      • Peter

        TML, please see my response above. My initial response was NOT about the premise of the US voting system per se, but the inordinate influence of a minority over the majority and no, I don’t believe in the majority oppressing a minority either. If any of us are completely honest, we will abhor any violence or oppression against an individual. This is not about violence against homosexuals any more. That ended long ago. Most people are reasonably civil these days, however the militant homosexual lobby does NOT allow peaceful dissent. They are unceasingly vitriolic and bigoted against all who disagree or even dare to question their mantra. That is my main point, along with my comments about the mainstream media.

    • Vigilant

      Peter says, “Yet somehow the media never reports attacks against heterosexuals by militant homosexuals; I wonder why that is? Actually, I don’t wonder at all.”

      Please see http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/hate-crime/2010/narratives/hate-crime-2010-victims

      Of the 1,528 victims targeted due to an offender’s sexual-orientation bias:

      ■57.3 percent were victims of an offender’s anti-male homosexual bias.
      ■27.5 percent were victims of an anti-homosexual bias.
      ■11.8 percent were victims of an anti-female homosexual bias.
      ■1.4 percent were victims of an anti-heterosexual bias.
      ■1.9 percent were victims of an anti-bisexual bias.

      1.4 percent is not newsworthy. Now you can stop wondering. Talk about blowing things up out of proportion!

    • Peter

      Vigilant, your logic makes zero sense. Even ONE attack on an African-American by a caucasian person or group is considered newsworthy, for instance Trayvon Martin. The same cannot be said for attacks on caucasians by African-Americans, of which there are many.
      As I said, the media is complicit, sensation-seeking, hypocritical and culpible in these cases, including the blind support of militant homosexuality for the sake of a few headlines.
      To deny that as you have is to present your backside as a very clear target, because your head is very firmly planted in the sand.

  • General ” Bull” Shipper

    I think the proper term for the U.S. is an oligarchy.

    • Steve E

      A democratic republic oligarchy.

    • 45caliber

      Right. And it is exactly the same as Communism – which is an oligarchy.

      • vicki

        Communism is NOT an oligarchy. However Communism can not exist without someone to lead/rule so an oligarchy naturally forms.

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4r0VUybeXY

        Dictionary definition of communism
        1a : a theory advocating elimination of private property
        b : a system in which goods are owned in common and are available to all as needed.

  • jopa

    What is the point of the story above.If this was the worst crime in America in recent time we should be so grateful.Or is the author grasping at straws trying to make a particular group in our society look bad?So many important things that could have been written about but completely ignored.

    • vicki

      Jopa is free to write about what he/she thinks is important. Meantime there are a LOT of other articles on this site and a LOT of other sites with articles. Likely what Jopa thinks is important is written about out there somewhere. If not then quit being lazy and write the article(s) yourself. Quit whining that someone else isn’t doing your work for you.

  • Pete0097

    Personally, I think that ANY crime is a hate crime. You wouldn’t do a crime against someone that you loved would you? We have enough laws already. The minimum added punishment for a hate crime is silly.

    • Vigilant

      Worse than silly, in my mind. I don’t believe it passes Constitutional muster of “equal protection of the laws.”

    • 45caliber

      Pete:

      The reason there is “hate crime” is because most crimes are NOT federal responsibility. Murder, for instance, is a state crime ONLY. The feds passed the “hate crime” law to give them a chance to second-guess the states in trials. If the state jury doesn’t come up with the verdict the feds want, they can try the person on hate crimes themselves.

      What has always been funny to me is that the first person charged with a “hate crime” was black. The blacks all insisted that ONLY whites could be charged with hate crimes because only the whites hated others …or that the blacks involved had reason to hate the whites they attacked and therefore shouldn’t be charged.

      • vicki

        It is also to give the feds a chance to violate the natural prohabition against double jeopardy.

  • 45caliber

    There are always people who will stage things like this just to get sympathy. It doesn’t matter whether they are gays or straight.

  • Earl, QUEENS, NY

    So it now appears that some in the LGBT community are so desperate for sympathy and support that they will fake so-called hate crimes or harassment. Of course we read in Romans that “ …. all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God.” And Jesus once said: “Let he who is without sin cast the first stone …..” While we are all sinners, I can’t think of any vice in which the sinners are more proud of their sin, demanding legislative respect for sin or encouraging sin more than the LGBT militants. Can you imagine the reaction from do-gooder outfits like the American Cancer Society if a bunch of smokers rallied, got into people’s faces with their cigarettes and encouraged smoking so enthusiastically?? Having lost a gay cousin to AIDS, I certainly don’t condone tormenting or harassing of homosexuals. I don’t worry so much about what they do privately, as my cousin did. If the LGBT population did likewise, there’d be far less homophobia and gay-bashing. JUST USE COMMON SENSE!!

  • http://naver sook young

    Sorry Robert, but this has nothing to do with being homosexual or hate crimes. Please stay on subject, as this would make you look more intelligent. Thank you.

    Sook Young
    Wife of the Samurai

  • dufas magnet

    It”s the witch hunt syndrome.. Accuse the community to see how far it will take them. No different than the Salem girls who accused the innocent. Let the law sort it out.

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