reply to post by Mr Tranny
Whoa man, great job and some excellent deductive reasoning...I think you are really on to something here.
In fact, I think you are starting to build a very good case here, let me show you a similar example,
Remember the Dendermonde nursery attack? It was a stabbing attack on the Fabeltjesland daycare centre in the village of Sint-Gillis-bij-Dendermonde in
Dendermonde, Belgium, in January of 2009.
The attacker, Kim De Gelder, entered the nursery with his 'hair dyed red' and his face painted white with black around his eyes -- many thought this
was a botched attempt to look like the joker, or was it...
Maybe it's like you said, they're not imitating the Joker, but coloring their hair with henna. Could these two cases be related in some respect? There
could also be other reasons for the red hair coloring, but the fact that the joker/Batman movie was involved in some form in both cases is also
If not by their own choice (the red hair coloring), maybe it was forced upon them for other motives.
Just like Holmes, this individual's mental state was questionable, which brings me to my next point, if these individuals were so broken and mentally
run down, why murder innocent people as a release? Why not just end their own life...unless they were being influenced while in this state or
influenced to become this state of mind.
There is also evidence to help back these claims as well...
"I was aware that you should not (kill) but I did not see any other choice," Kim De Gelder told the court in Ghent, which is considering whether the
24-year-old can be held responsible for his knife rampage.
"I was pushed towards this choice, perhaps from outside. It came directly," De Gelder said in reply to lengthy questioning by the presiding judge.
I'm going to research this further this afternoon and see what else I come up with.
Nice work and very Interesting...
edit on 21-3-2013 by ArchaicDesigns because: (no reason given)