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Idaho suspect's blog details 'demons'
Journal: 'My intent is to harm society as much as I can, then die'
Monday, July 4, 2005; Posted: 8:44 p.m. EDT (00:44 GMT)
(CNN) -- "Right now the only thing I'm sure about is that I'm sure about nothing. It is not a good position to be in considering my circumstances (being a felony fugitive and all)."
Those are the last words Joe Duncan wrote on his Web log, or blog, posted late in the afternoon on May 13.
That was three days before a triple homicide in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, and seven weeks before Duncan was charged with kidnapping 8-year-old Shasta Groene, who along with her 9-year-old brother, Dylan, had vanished by the time authorities arrived at the scene May 16.
Originally posted by hikix
What makes humans act this way? I really want to know, considering GOD made all men in his own image... how does a human do this? What is the religous or scientific explanation for something like this?
Originally posted by -0mega-
Simple question I have:
What is the use of making him suffer as much as anybody can make him suffer?
From a ''it ends with death'' view it seems useless and a waste of time, as his memory will fade after death.
It seems like people here want to do this more for self gratification rather than giving him a fitting punishment.
Either that or everyone believes that there is an afterlife in which you will remember the pain you suffered before you died and will remain affected by it regardless of what happens, without having a God along to punish you (Why punish him now if he will get sent to hell by God afterwards?)
[edit on 19/8/08 by -0mega-]