If the contest was intended as bait, it worked. Police say two men drove 1,000 miles from Phoenix, shot at a police car outside the event and were quickly killed by one of the hired guards. The shooting has been condemned by Muslim leaders, and Geller, too, has come under fire for staging an event many viewed as purposely provocative.
Well then. If saying Geller brought it upon herself is the metaphorical "She shouldn't have been wearing such a short skirt."
This... this is: "Damn that Jezebel for using her harlot-whiles to get those nice boys kilt by the police! It wasn't their fault she got their dander up!"
And then the article goes on to talk about how Geller was "almost gleeful" afterwards and how bad of a person she is.
Uh... MSN... yeah, even assholes get Free Speech rights.
It's sort of like how just because someone has a criminal record, like say Freddie Gray... still has the rights of due process, especially with regards to the police.
And for a bonus.... Geller might be an anti-Islam bigot. I don't know her well enough to make that call.
What I do know... she's not the one equating Muslims with some sort of game animal that can be predictably baited to a spot and then shot by hunters. That's all on Somashekhar.
Huh, at least we know the writer's against provocative art that offends the sensitivities of gun-totin' religious conservatives. Course... I'd worry about the incentive system being setup...