Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Sticking Up For Lou

On Tuesday November 19th, 2013, the CBC WEBSITE ran the story of the 2 brothers who are accused in the shooting death of James Lou Malone, affectionately known as Lou to those who knew him. While I have no problem with the way the story was presented ( I actually think the CBC did a pretty good piece for a change), the problem is with the narrow minded morons who felt the need to tear him down in the comments section and the CBC for allowing such trash talk.

The article states that Lou was a "FORMER" Hells Angel. He hadn't ridden with them for a number of years but the idiots who posted to the comments section just didn't seem to comprehend that little fact. Lou was a working man who, like most men, liked to relax with a beer or two, maybe play some pool, walk his dogs, and be supportive of his girl friend. Lou had seen a lot of tragedy in his life. He lost his Mother about 17 years ago, his Dad succumbed to cancer 6 or 7 years ago and Lou lost his wife a number of years ago and out of the whole family, he has 1 older brother left.

Lou was always giving candy and treats to the neighborhood kids or giving them rides when the parents said it was ok. I used to own the house next door to the Malones on Robins Ave and a greater bunch of people is hard to find. I remember Lou putting my son (who was 6 at the time) on his motorcycle and wheeling it around on the lawn. My son loved it.

Comments such as...

" Hoover"...
Didn't know James Malone, guess he was worth spending the rest of your days in jail for...

Or this one

You might have a different opinion if you lived at the house on Robins that sustained gunfire. Bikers generally make neighborhoods less appealing. Any wonder why?

These yahoos have no idea who the man was or what his character was but just felt the need to assasinate his character just because he was an "EX" biker. I blame it on pure ignorance on their part and pure ignorance on the CBC websites part. Comments like theirs should not have been posted.


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