posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 03:54 PM
reply to post by Juggernog
What I'm asking - again - is what you actually saw. Not what you thought
you saw or your imagination fed you - but what you actually saw.
Because this video does it's best to show as little as possible leaving the most up to the imagination (other than the still shots at the end).
I stress again. It's absolutely criminal what happened to this poor boy and the hell the family must be living with. But this video has been blown
WAY out of proportion. Sick? You bet? Does it contain cannibalism, necrophilia, etc? Not unless your imagination counts.
Why am I going to such an extent to make clear what's being grossly exaggerated? In defense of the family and the young man who was
murdered/victimized. We have a moral responsibility to squash this ridiculousness right now.
The little puke who's behind this video doesn't deserve to gain any more notoriety than he's already procured. Whoever's in that video is nothing
but a little worm. A chicken livered puke who doesn’t even show his face. He plays at cutting and dark shadows and yellow lighting. He insinuates
at best during the filming.
Horrifically there’s a dead boy who suffered and who’s family must suffer. But something about the video reeks of being either very ’off’ or
the person in the video didn't act alone. If he did? He captures just enough to make sure to feed the imagination and to allow the video to go
viral without being removed in whole.
My point? We cannot
allow the creator(s) of this trash gain any more notoriety or sub culture status than he/they already have - as with Ed
Gein for example who spawned a complete rash of horror films and personas.
Put it to rest - make sure he’s convicted and is served the harshest possible sentence possible - and then let him just fade out of sight. Stop
glorifying this little maggot. By blowing this all out of proportion you’re giving him exactly what he wants. Don’t.