Person of the Week: James Eric Fuller, victim as well as victimizer?

Image: J. Eric Fuller at his Tucson, Ariz., home

[photo from MSNBC]

In seeking to silence through violent means those with whom he disagrees, James Eric Fuller ( like some others across the land) in part exhibits the thought processes of Jared Loughner, Tucson murderer.

Reportedly, at a taping of a segment for the ABC News program “This Week”  with Christiane Amanpour, shown on Sundays, audience guest Mr. Fuller took  a photo of a particular Tea Party Movement on-air guest and shouted to him, “You’re dead”  …  Previously he had been booing him, it has been said…

Apparently James E. Fuller was upset that the Tea Party representative at a particular point had indicated something to the effect  that before anyone decided America needed more gun control legislation, at the very least people ought to wait until after the murdered ones were in their eternal resting places…  It appears that at the street corner meeting where Congresswoman Giffords and others had been shot, Fuller himself also had been shot  — and released from the hospital a few days later.)…

It is understandable that James E. Fuller would not be a happy camper about having been shot (by an apparently apolitical unstable man), but it is very difficult to understand how any person so quickly seeks to silence the voices of peaceful people simply because those peaceful ones seek to exercise their right of peaceful free speech…


3 Responses

  1. Nuts come in all flavors. A touch or irony here, in that Mr. Fuller vents his vitriol on someone who can do more good for him than the opposition.

  2. Thank you for commenting. Today others in online forums have painted Mr. Fuller as a peculiar character so maybe more information about him will become more popularly well known, shortly…

  3. He is just as the creepy one who shot him and the others.People need to watch this guy who could hurt innocent people the same way. Sorry that he got hurt but he scares me

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