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2013-06-06 09:37:03 AM
I'm pretty thick skinned.  Every time I see someone comment "For the love of god do NOT click that", I click.  I've seen every shock site, all manner of twisted pornography, gore, executions, beheadings.  But no, I do *NOT* want to see crime scene photos from there, and there is no way they should ever be made public.  There is no possible good that can be served in doing so.
 
2013-06-06 09:41:07 AM

nekom: I'm pretty thick skinned.  Every time I see someone comment "For the love of god do NOT click that", I click.  I've seen every shock site, all manner of twisted pornography, gore, executions, beheadings.  But no, I do *NOT* want to see crime scene photos from there, and there is no way they should ever be made public.  There is no possible good that can be served in doing so.


How do we know that you weren't planted here by the Connecticut state senate to make this comment? The "anonymous internet poster" just happens to hit the Sandy Hook thread with an opening comment about it being morally right to not see these pictures, immediately changing the topic away from any possible government plot. Very clever. Very clever, indeed.
 
2013-06-06 10:02:44 AM

nekom: all manner of twisted pornography,


Go on...
 
2013-06-06 10:13:25 AM
Look, I don't want to see them. I don't know anyone who does want to see them. I imagine that they will be horrifying and awful and scarring. But that doesn't mean they should be sealed.
 
2013-06-06 10:17:43 AM
If you're not from Connecticut, your opinion is entirely invalid.
 
2013-06-06 10:19:52 AM

Aarontology: If you're not from Connecticut, your opinion is entirely invalid.


Irrelevant, yes.  Invalid, no.
 
2013-06-06 10:29:24 AM
My tax dollars paid for that camera.If we had privatized this job to Disney we would have the pictures already.
 
2013-06-06 10:32:39 AM
Has anyone ever seen what an AR15 round does when it hits something? Each of those kids took multiple rounds. I'm sure they were basically dismembered. No one needs to see that.
 
2013-06-06 10:33:25 AM
I have mixed emotions about this.  No I don't want to see photos but I also don't want the horrors of gun violence and war to become some vague abstraction that is swept under the rug along with the rights of what little is still left of the Fourth Estate.  All while legislators sit around on their hands and fart rainbows and lollipops.
 
2013-06-06 10:51:47 AM

Pocket Ninja: nekom: I'm pretty thick skinned.  Every time I see someone comment "For the love of god do NOT click that", I click.  I've seen every shock site, all manner of twisted pornography, gore, executions, beheadings.  But no, I do *NOT* want to see crime scene photos from there, and there is no way they should ever be made public.  There is no possible good that can be served in doing so.

How do we know that you weren't planted here by the Connecticut state senate to make this comment? The "anonymous internet poster" just happens to hit the Sandy Hook thread with an opening comment about it being morally right to not see these pictures, immediately changing the topic away from any possible government plot. Very clever. Very clever, indeed.


And using a login like nekom.  Sounds like Mekong, amirite?  And we all know that means he's linked to the Vietnamese governtment...which recently opened its country to the US...in exchange for what?  I'll tell you what.  It means there is a deal with the Vietnamese to troll the internet "anonymously" with statements in support of our Big Brother government.  Study it out, sheeple!!!
 
2013-06-06 10:57:29 AM

brap: I have mixed emotions about this.  No I don't want to see photos but I also don't want the horrors of gun violence and war to become some vague abstraction that is swept under the rug along with the rights of what little is still left of the Fourth Estate.  All while legislators sit around on their hands and fart rainbows and lollipops.


I support the photo ban but I also think medical reports on how mangled/destroyed these beautiful children's bodies were from this weapon should be discussed more.  The shooting ripped these poor children's bodies apart.  Some of the reports for the doctors involved are horrific and I don't think this should be covered-up in the debate.
 
2013-06-06 11:06:24 AM
I don't want to see them.  At all.  But if they were posted online, I'd click.  This decision is saving me from myself.
 
2013-06-06 11:24:50 AM

exick: Look, I don't want to see them. I don't know anyone who does want to see them. I imagine that they will be horrifying and awful and scarring. But that doesn't mean they should be sealed.


Actually, yes it does.

Well, the right to privacy for the victims and their families is the real reason, but you get the point.
 
2013-06-06 11:25:50 AM
I think they should wallpaper the mansion of Wayne LaPierre with those pics.
 
2013-06-06 11:27:05 AM

IgG4: Has anyone ever seen what an AR15 round does when it hits something? Each of those kids took multiple rounds. I'm sure they were basically dismembered. No one needs to see that.


Gun nuts do.

I think the pictures should be public record, not sealed. Half this country wants to pretend like their guns are toys. They need a wake up call. We all do.
 
2013-06-06 11:27:35 AM
Damn. Now what I jack off to?

/Just keeping Fark the tasteless cesspool that we all love.
//I almost created an alt for this one, but I figured I should be a man about being a shiatty person.
 
2013-06-06 11:28:54 AM

Pocket Ninja: nekom: I'm pretty thick skinned.  Every time I see someone comment "For the love of god do NOT click that", I click.  I've seen every shock site, all manner of twisted pornography, gore, executions, beheadings.  But no, I do *NOT* want to see crime scene photos from there, and there is no way they should ever be made public.  There is no possible good that can be served in doing so.

How do we know that you weren't planted here by the Connecticut state senate to make this comment? The "anonymous internet poster" just happens to hit the Sandy Hook thread with an opening comment about it being morally right to not see these pictures, immediately changing the topic away from any possible government plot. Very clever. Very clever, indeed.


How do we know he isn't the one who orchestrated the whole false flag operation in Sandy Hook? And yes, very clever indeed, hats off to you Mr. Obama.
 
2013-06-06 11:29:54 AM

IgG4: Has anyone ever seen what an AR15 round does when it hits something? Each of those kids took multiple rounds. I'm sure they were basically dismembered. No one needs to see that.


coroner/medical examiner claimed all the rounds were contained within the body cavity of the victims on one of the press conferences.
 
2013-06-06 11:30:53 AM
I'm sure if they were posted on line all the gun nuts would be masturbating to them. Seal them for the privacy of the families. I couldn't bare the thought of my dismembered children plastered on the internet for mentally ill gun people to use as porn. I can't believe they would even consider making these public.
 
2013-06-06 11:31:20 AM

Great_Milenko: exick: Look, I don't want to see them. I don't know anyone who does want to see them. I imagine that they will be horrifying and awful and scarring. But that doesn't mean they should be sealed.

Actually, yes it does.

Well, the right to privacy for the victims and their families is the real reason, but you get the point.


And, most importantly, the NRA.
 
2013-06-06 11:31:22 AM
Nice sentiment.  Legally dubious.

The expectation of privacy doesn't exist until there's a gory tragedy?
 
2013-06-06 11:31:44 AM

GameSprocket: Damn. Now what I jack off to?

/Just keeping Fark the tasteless cesspool that we all love.
//I almost created an alt for this one, but I figured I should be a man about being a shiatty person.


Gun nuts: f yeah look at what my gun can do!!! Murica!
 
2013-06-06 11:32:00 AM

justtray: IgG4: Has anyone ever seen what an AR15 round does when it hits something? Each of those kids took multiple rounds. I'm sure they were basically dismembered. No one needs to see that.

Gun nuts do.

I think the pictures should be public record, not sealed. Half this country wants to pretend like their guns are toys. They need a wake up call. We all do.


At first I thought it was a good idea to seal the pictures, but thinking about what you said, I could see some use in making them public.
 
2013-06-06 11:34:06 AM
Someone ask for a list of names and addresses of people with permits to carry and own firearms....see what privacy really means to the legislators in CT....
 
2013-06-06 11:34:27 AM
National security concerns over the pics?  No?  Then who f*cking cares.  Release them.  Let's not play the double standard game, kids.
 
2013-06-06 11:34:51 AM

ongbok: justtray: IgG4: Has anyone ever seen what an AR15 round does when it hits something? Each of those kids took multiple rounds. I'm sure they were basically dismembered. No one needs to see that.

Gun nuts do.

I think the pictures should be public record, not sealed. Half this country wants to pretend like their guns are toys. They need a wake up call. We all do.

At first I thought it was a good idea to seal the pictures, but thinking about what you said, I could see some use in making them public.


Slap them on picket signs and have a counter protest the next time some right-wing group pickets planned parenthood with pictures of aborted fetuses.
 
2013-06-06 11:35:34 AM

justtray: IgG4: Has anyone ever seen what an AR15 round does when it hits something? Each of those kids took multiple rounds. I'm sure they were basically dismembered. No one needs to see that.

Gun nuts do.

I think the pictures should be public record, not sealed. Half this country wants to pretend like their guns are toys. They need a wake up call. We all do.


I don't think exploiting the horrific murder of young children is the right approach to this.
 
2013-06-06 11:35:38 AM

nekom: Aarontology: If you're not from Connecticut, your opinion is entirely invalid.

Irrelevant, yes.  Invalid, no.


I think you didn't understand Aarontology, he was making a general statement and not talking about Sandy Hook in particular.  He is 100% correct.

/no one ever said our opinions were valid
 
2013-06-06 11:36:08 AM

Giltric: Someone ask for a list of names and addresses of people with permits to carry and own firearms....see what privacy really means to the legislators in CT....


This post brought to you by the letter D for 'Derp'.
 
2013-06-06 11:36:47 AM
I bet the NRA is breathing a sigh of relief with this decision.
 
2013-06-06 11:36:59 AM

QueenMamaBee: I think they should wallpaper the mansion of Wayne LaPierre with those pics.


I like the way you think.
 
2013-06-06 11:37:26 AM

Giltric: Someone ask for a list of names and addresses of people with permits to carry and own firearms....see what privacy really means to the legislators in CT....


There's something wrong with you people.
 
2013-06-06 11:37:35 AM

coeyagi: National security concerns over the pics?  No?  Then who f*cking cares.  Release them.  Let's not play the double standard game, kids.


There is a pretty standard policy of not releasing photos/information about minors. Not sure if that ends just because the kids are dead.
 
2013-06-06 11:38:00 AM

pseudoscience: justtray: IgG4: Has anyone ever seen what an AR15 round does when it hits something? Each of those kids took multiple rounds. I'm sure they were basically dismembered. No one needs to see that.

Gun nuts do.

I think the pictures should be public record, not sealed. Half this country wants to pretend like their guns are toys. They need a wake up call. We all do.

I don't think exploiting the horrific murder of young children is the right approach to this.


Yes, why exploit the horrific murder of young children in an attempt to prevent the future horrific murders of young children? OUTRAGE!
 
2013-06-06 11:38:14 AM
I'm pretty sure the basics of day to day reality troll "truthers" of all sorts enough that Congress doesn't need to get involved.
 
2013-06-06 11:38:21 AM

Giltric: IgG4: Has anyone ever seen what an AR15 round does when it hits something? Each of those kids took multiple rounds. I'm sure they were basically dismembered. No one needs to see that.

coroner/medical examiner claimed all the rounds were contained within the body cavity of the victims on one of the press conferences.


"We all saw how beautiful he was. He had thick, shiny hair, beautiful long eyelashes that rested on his cheeks. He looked like he was sleeping. But the reality of it was under the cloth he had covering his mouth there was no mouth left. His jaw was blown away. I just want people to know the ugliness of it so we don't talk about it abstractly, like these little angels just went to heaven. No. They were butchered. They were brutalized. And that is what haunts me at night."The open coffin funeral of Noah Pozner
 
2013-06-06 11:38:31 AM

Granny_Panties: I'm sure if they were posted on line all the gun nuts would be masturbating to them.


As we saw here with Justtray, yes, the gun nuts would be masturbating furiously to them. I don't know how many times Michael Moore has popped off to the fantasy of them but I'm guessing it's a nightly thing for him.
 
2013-06-06 11:39:10 AM

Giltric: Someone ask for a list of names and addresses of people with permits to carry and own firearms....see what privacy really means to the legislators in CT....


What actually the fark is wrong with you? Yes, those are the real victims in all this: Gun furries.
 
2013-06-06 11:40:25 AM

GameSprocket: coeyagi: National security concerns over the pics?  No?  Then who f*cking cares.  Release them.  Let's not play the double standard game, kids.

There is a pretty standard policy of not releasing photos/information about minors. Not sure if that ends just because the kids are dead.


That's fine, but we shouldn't hold back because of gruesomeness of pics.  People need to understand what happened. The full reality.  Then they can decide if their personal liberty to own certain weapons is worth the cost of these lives. If there is a cap because of age, fine, whatever, i am sure there will be a mass shooting real soon that can be utilized.
 
2013-06-06 11:40:43 AM

Pocket Ninja: nekom: I'm pretty thick skinned.  Every time I see someone comment "For the love of god do NOT click that", I click.  I've seen every shock site, all manner of twisted pornography, gore, executions, beheadings.  But no, I do *NOT* want to see crime scene photos from there, and there is no way they should ever be made public.  There is no possible good that can be served in doing so.

How do we know that you weren't planted here by the Connecticut state senate to make this comment? The "anonymous internet poster" just happens to hit the Sandy Hook thread with an opening comment about it being morally right to not see these pictures, immediately changing the topic away from any possible government plot. Very clever. Very clever, indeed.


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2013-06-06 11:41:20 AM

Witty_Retort: Giltric: IgG4: Has anyone ever seen what an AR15 round does when it hits something? Each of those kids took multiple rounds. I'm sure they were basically dismembered. No one needs to see that.

coroner/medical examiner claimed all the rounds were contained within the body cavity of the victims on one of the press conferences.

"We all saw how beautiful he was. He had thick, shiny hair, beautiful long eyelashes that rested on his cheeks. He looked like he was sleeping. But the reality of it was under the cloth he had covering his mouth there was no mouth left. His jaw was blown away. I just want people to know the ugliness of it so we don't talk about it abstractly, like these little angels just went to heaven. No. They were butchered. They were brutalized. And that is what haunts me at night."The open coffin funeral of Noah Pozner


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=zE0OT5od9DA #t =345s

around the 6 minute mark an official who performed the autopsies says the bullets stayed within the victims.
 
2013-06-06 11:41:51 AM

I_C_Weener: Pocket Ninja: nekom: I'm pretty thick skinned.  Every time I see someone comment "For the love of god do NOT click that", I click.  I've seen every shock site, all manner of twisted pornography, gore, executions, beheadings.  But no, I do *NOT* want to see crime scene photos from there, and there is no way they should ever be made public.  There is no possible good that can be served in doing so.

How do we know that you weren't planted here by the Connecticut state senate to make this comment? The "anonymous internet poster" just happens to hit the Sandy Hook thread with an opening comment about it being morally right to not see these pictures, immediately changing the topic away from any possible government plot. Very clever. Very clever, indeed.

And using a login like nekom.  Sounds like Mekong, amirite?  And we all know that means he's linked to the Vietnamese governtment...which recently opened its country to the US...in exchange for what?  I'll tell you what.  It means there is a deal with the Vietnamese to troll the internet "anonymously" with statements in support of our Big Brother government.  Study it out, sheeple!!!


#FalseFlag
 
2013-06-06 11:42:57 AM

A Dark Evil Omen: Giltric: Someone ask for a list of names and addresses of people with permits to carry and own firearms....see what privacy really means to the legislators in CT....

What actually the fark is wrong with you? Yes, those are the real victims in all this: Gun furries.


It is about privacy is it not?

Or do people you want to vilify have no expectation of privacy?

Do you think that info should be kept private or be available through the FOIA or whatevs...
 
2013-06-06 11:44:04 AM

Giltric: Witty_Retort: Giltric: IgG4: Has anyone ever seen what an AR15 round does when it hits something? Each of those kids took multiple rounds. I'm sure they were basically dismembered. No one needs to see that.

coroner/medical examiner claimed all the rounds were contained within the body cavity of the victims on one of the press conferences.

"We all saw how beautiful he was. He had thick, shiny hair, beautiful long eyelashes that rested on his cheeks. He looked like he was sleeping. But the reality of it was under the cloth he had covering his mouth there was no mouth left. His jaw was blown away. I just want people to know the ugliness of it so we don't talk about it abstractly, like these little angels just went to heaven. No. They were butchered. They were brutalized. And that is what haunts me at night."The open coffin funeral of Noah Pozner

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=zE0OT5od9DA #t =345s

around the 6 minute mark an official who performed the autopsies says the bullets stayed within the victims.


Sure, the bullet goes in his mouth, explodes and removes everything around it. No exit wound, just a ball of hamburger meat where a 6 year-old's face should be.

So if that makes you feel better...
 
2013-06-06 11:44:28 AM

HotWingConspiracy: Giltric: Someone ask for a list of names and addresses of people with permits to carry and own firearms....see what privacy really means to the legislators in CT....

There's something wrong with you people.


People who believe in one standard instead of two? Blah people?
 
2013-06-06 11:44:29 AM

Giltric: Or do people you want to vilify have no expectation of privacy?


If you feel those people have been vilified, you must have some problem with firearm ownership.
 
2013-06-06 11:45:07 AM

coeyagi: pseudoscience: justtray: IgG4: Has anyone ever seen what an AR15 round does when it hits something? Each of those kids took multiple rounds. I'm sure they were basically dismembered. No one needs to see that.

Gun nuts do.

I think the pictures should be public record, not sealed. Half this country wants to pretend like their guns are toys. They need a wake up call. We all do.

I don't think exploiting the horrific murder of young children is the right approach to this.

Yes, why exploit the horrific murder of young children in an attempt to prevent the future horrific murders of young children? OUTRAGE!


Are you okay with pro-life protestors using pictures of aborted fetuses (or, in many cases, what is actually the result of a miscarriage) without the consent of the people involved? (ESPECIALLY in the latter case), or do you consider that offensive and wrong?
 
2013-06-06 11:45:33 AM

Giltric: HotWingConspiracy: Giltric: Someone ask for a list of names and addresses of people with permits to carry and own firearms....see what privacy really means to the legislators in CT....

There's something wrong with you people.

People who believe in one standard instead of two? Blah people?


No, ammosexuals.

Have you noticed that the NRA actually benefits greatly from gun massacres? What's up with that?
 
2013-06-06 11:48:27 AM

coeyagi: pseudoscience: justtray: IgG4: Has anyone ever seen what an AR15 round does when it hits something? Each of those kids took multiple rounds. I'm sure they were basically dismembered. No one needs to see that.

Gun nuts do.

I think the pictures should be public record, not sealed. Half this country wants to pretend like their guns are toys. They need a wake up call. We all do.

I don't think exploiting the horrific murder of young children is the right approach to this.

Yes, why exploit the horrific murder of young children in an attempt to prevent the future horrific murders of young children? OUTRAGE!


coeyagi: pseudoscience: justtray: IgG4: Has anyone ever seen what an AR15 round does when it hits something? Each of those kids took multiple rounds. I'm sure they were basically dismembered. No one needs to see that.

Gun nuts do.

I think the pictures should be public record, not sealed. Half this country wants to pretend like their guns are toys. They need a wake up call. We all do.

I don't think exploiting the horrific murder of young children is the right approach to this.

Yes, why exploit the horrific murder of young children in an attempt to prevent the future horrific murders of young children? OUTRAGE!


Yes, I'm sure the families and victims would be outraged. Do they not matter? People don't need to see the pictures to understand what happened.
 
2013-06-06 11:48:27 AM

Giltric: A Dark Evil Omen: Giltric: Someone ask for a list of names and addresses of people with permits to carry and own firearms....see what privacy really means to the legislators in CT....

What actually the fark is wrong with you? Yes, those are the real victims in all this: Gun furries.

It is about privacy is it not?

Or do people you want to vilify have no expectation of privacy?

Do you think that info should be kept private or be available through the FOIA or whatevs...


No, no, let's go back, you're the one who's saying there's some kind of ethical equivalency between gun registration and restraining public release of pictures of shooting victims without the family's permission. Speaking as someone who is both against gun control and thinks that gun nuts need to all go get farked, I just want you to be clear that you think that these are equivalent or even comparable situations.
 
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