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    Default Disabled woman was tortured and held as a sex slave

    Disabled woman was tortured and held as a sex slave

    I'm not completely convinced, yet, but this man (Edward "Master Ed" Bagley Sr) could literally be the worst human being on the planet.
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    oh, i would say hes pretty high up on the list... that is FUCKED UP. im pretty much speechless- and im never speechless. ick.
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    Life in prison, that's all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiltyred View Post
    Life in prison, that's all?
    That was my reaction.
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    I haven't heard of anything quite that extreme, but I've heard of stuff like that happening before. It's a shame the guy wasn't executed for his first or second (known) offense.
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    my heart started hurting after reading this...Thats just. Disgusting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiltyred View Post
    Life in prison, that's all?
    A number of states have no death penalty anymore. A number of states that do have an odd way of linking capital punishment almost strictly to the act of murder.
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    Ugh.

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    There was a story on TruTv last night about a spree killer who did similar things to many women across the US. He super-glued one of his victim's eyes closed while he tortured her. He knew that police were in pursuit of him so he tried to take as many lives as he could before they caught up with him. As the police confronted the man, he shot himself in the heart so he wouldn't have to do prison time. Sick bastards!

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    Makes you wonder how anyone can possibly recover from that kind of trauma....


    With any luck he will be placed in low security and a mass email will be sent through the prison headlining the story.

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