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(CNN)   Condition of victim of John Wayne Gacy, murdered 35 years ago, recently upgraded to 'alive'   (news.blogs.cnn.com) divider line 12
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2012-01-07 07:56:55 PM
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violentsalvation: johnsoninca: This is why we need to overturn the death penalty.

Because this totally nullifies the fact that Gacy had a 26-person cemetery under his home.


Maybe he was just REALLY into composting.
2012-01-07 04:48:11 PM
4 votes:
Upgraded to selfish turd?
2012-01-07 04:40:29 PM
3 votes:
This is why we need to overturn the death penalty.
2012-01-07 09:24:16 PM
1 votes:

Harry_Seldon: violentsalvation: johnsoninca: This is why we need to overturn the death penalty.

Because this totally nullifies the fact that Gacy had a 26-person cemetery under his home.

Where should he have buried them? 26 funerals would have been cost prohibitive, unless his victims thought ahead and bought Colonial Penn Life Insurance to provide enough money for funeral expenses, and a little something for the children.


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"Whenever we go into some country we've bombed, burned and occupied, we always find mass graves full of dead people who were killed by the deposed dictator before we got there. And everybody in the United States acts they're real surprised and disgusted. But, when you think about it, what's a guy supposed to do with all those bodies after he's killed a couple thousand people? Dig a separate hole for each one? Put up little markers with their names on them? Get real, for chrissakes. The whole idea of killing a couple thousand people all at once, in one place, is to save time."
2012-01-07 09:14:51 PM
1 votes:

violentsalvation: johnsoninca: This is why we need to overturn the death penalty.

Because this totally nullifies the fact that Gacy had a 26-person cemetery under his home.


Where should he have buried them? 26 funerals would have been cost prohibitive, unless his victims thought ahead and bought Colonial Penn Life Insurance to provide enough money for funeral expenses, and a little something for the children.
2012-01-07 08:07:52 PM
1 votes:

fusillade762: So if everyone thought he was dead, how was this guy supporting himself? It is my understanding that in order to get a job (or a loan or a number of other things) you need to identify yourself. Did this dude steal somebody else's identity or something?


It sounds like he was using his own name, but since his family assumed him to be dead, they never looked for the live guy.

Also: They have been asking anyone who believes to submit DNA samples to see if they match any of the unidentified victims.

Are they on a spiritual quest? I BELIEVE, BROTHER! I BELIEVE!
2012-01-07 08:04:46 PM
1 votes:
"For 35 years, Theodore "Ted" Szal's family thought they had lost him."

Um, they did lose him.
2012-01-07 08:01:41 PM
1 votes:

fusillade762: So if everyone thought he was dead, how was this guy supporting himself? It is my understanding that in order to get a job (or a loan or a number of other things) you need to identify yourself. Did this dude steal somebody else's identity or something?


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2012-01-07 07:59:56 PM
1 votes:
TFA: "After talking with the detective for a while, he asked him to relay a message to his dad; he wanted his dad to know that he was still fishing, just the way his dad taught him when he was growing up."

That sounds like some kind of spy code.

"That's great, son. And remember: the cuckoo flies at dawn."
2012-01-07 07:57:20 PM
1 votes:
"I believe Christmas has come early for the Szal family," Sheriff Dart said. "Being able to tell an 88-year-old father that his son, whose picture he has been carrying around for 34 years in his breast pocket, has been found alive is something special."

I am sure that is special. Nothing would make me more happy to find out my father wasn't murdered...instead he just didn't give a shiat about you.
2012-01-07 05:39:16 PM
1 votes:

violentsalvation: johnsoninca: This is why we need to overturn the death penalty.

Because this totally nullifies the fact that Gacy had a 26-person cemetery under his home.


I agree that just because this one person wasn't killed, it doesn't negate all the other people he did kill. I'm opposed to the death penalty for and entire separate reason, the people who have been found innocent or could have been found innocent due to DNA evidence and other new investigative technologies. I'm not talking about CGI "enhance grid 34" shiat but you know what I mean. And the fact that in theory, we're supposed to be better than the criminals we prosecute.
2012-01-07 05:18:23 PM
1 votes:
This guy sounds like the most selfish prick alive.
 
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