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Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
reply to post by intrptr
Absolutely nothing could make you just like him. He didn't simply kill and he wasn't as tidy or merciful as the BTK Killer that terrorized Kansas. This is a man and series of crimes I'd encourage people to look into before coming to conclusions about the feelings some of us have about being happy in his death.
To say he was evil...doesn't cover it well enough. If a few of his victims have karmic justice to deliver it in some 'great beyond', it'll come for an eternity of suffering the likes of which movies such as Hellraiser couldn't properly imagine.
He was, within a field of the worst, one of the very worst. The world is a better place without him in it.
Originally posted by ProfessorChaos
Originally posted by Snsoc
Did this guy choose to be evil? Or was he just mentally ill?
How can we wish punishment on someone who couldn't help themselves?
By that rationale, we may as well stop jailing all criminals, I mean, what if they are insane? It's not their fault, right?
In my opinion, anyone that can commit and rationalize crimes such as his, is insane, but I still think that they require and deserve harsh punishment.