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    Minister of Propagandhi ajblaise's Avatar
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    Sounds like meth psychosis to me. It has all the ingredients: rural area + totally bizarre/irrational violence. I remember a documentary on the subject saying that in some rural areas, 80% of domestic violence is meth related. That's ridiculous. Worst drug ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Whatever the little bastard did, should be done to him.
    Why? What's there to gain? Just to satisfy people's primitive need for violence? No amount of violence is going to fix whatever happened there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Habba View Post
    Why? What's there to gain? Just to satisfy people's primitive need for violence? No amount of violence is going to fix whatever happened there.
    Let me get out my vio-fucking-lin.

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    Yes, Habba is a big old wuss bleeding heart liberal. I agree. :rolli:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    Well, yeah, but even if you discount humane concerns, there are a lot of police officers who probably don't have the stomach to beat someone to death with a stick. So it would actually take more effort and pain on the police's part to do to him what he did to his victims. They'll probably opt for lethal injection or something.
    Oh cmon, it's easy! Just tell him that you'll drop the 8 counts of murder if he pleads guilty to child molestation and child pornography, with enough years in prison that he can't get out till 80 or so. Drop him in with the general prison population "accidentally" and pick up the pieces of him the next morning.
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    Holy fuck, that's insane.

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    While reading the beginning of the article, I actually thought that perhaps the police arrested him without actually being sure of it, and perhaps the guy freaking out caused him to be uncooperative with the police. Then the shotgun thing kinda put the suspicion on him further, but still, there's two big pieces of evidence that shouldn't be hard to get:

    1) shotgun pellets and wounds in the victims
    2) statement from the surviving kid, who is hopefully coherent enough to say who the culprit was (or at least give a reaction upon seeing the suspect)

    I'm gonna remain skeptical until the police release the evidence to the public.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangol View Post
    While reading the beginning of the article, I actually thought that perhaps the police arrested him without actually being sure of it, and perhaps the guy freaking out caused him to be uncooperative with the police. Then the shotgun thing kinda put the suspicion on him further, but still, there's two big pieces of evidence that shouldn't be hard to get:

    1) shotgun pellets and wounds in the victims
    2) statement from the surviving kid, who is hopefully coherent enough to say who the culprit was (or at least give a reaction upon seeing the suspect)

    I'm gonna remain skeptical until the police release the evidence to the public.
    The policeman in charge did not in the beginning suspect him. Something made him to change his mind. He did not say what it was.
    The police has given nothing that points to the guilt of the arrested person.
    Maybe they do not have evidence at all. In this case they arrested him for the sole purpose to break him. They might beat him to confess. If he confesses, it looks bad for him.
    If he does not confess, and the police still has no evidence, it looks bad for the police.
    Therefore they may do everything to make him confess. He is young, he cannot survive the pressure. He might well break in the end.
    Not that the confession is worth anything. Unfortunately a confession is treated as evidence.
    There is not much hope he will get a fair trial. The local media will side with the police.

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