FRC'S TONY PERKINS HAILS COURT DECISION TO PROTECT EUGENE DELGAUDIO
The Christian Post Reports:
In this case Eugene Delgaudio, the president of the Public Advocate of the United States, a non-profit advocacy organization, had opposed political candidates in Colorado, who supported the redefinition of marriage, and used a photograph of two homosexual men to illustrate his opposition to the candidates.
The SPLC teamed up with the two homosexual men to file suit against Delgaudio's organization and in their public filings posted Delgaudio's home address for the sole purpose of intimidation.
In the recent investigation of Floyd Corkins, the armed gunman who attacked the FRC headquarters, seriously wounding our colleague Leo Johnson, it was reported that Corkins was seen casing the headquarters of Delgaudio's group in Northern Virginia. This information was apparently a factor in the order handed down by Judge Kathleen M. Tafoya.
Judge Tafoya ordered the SPLC to remove Delgaudio's private address because it might subject Delgaudio to "politically motivated harassment, or even violence."
The threat of violence was clearly not speculative. Judge Tafoya's order came six months after the August 15 attack on FRC. How did Corkins choose FRC and his other targets?