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(Gawker)   Remember the story about that father who "forgot" his beloved son in a hot SUV? Turns out he also forgot to delete the browser history after his online research on how long it would take an animal to die if it were trapped in a hot car   (gawker.com) divider line 447
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2014-06-25 11:26:38 PM
*Jeepers*  Am I right in making the mental leap the guy was trying to kill his son and that would make it premeditated attempted murder right?  Wow,,,,
 
2014-06-26 12:07:06 AM
My Chevy, my choice.
 
2014-06-26 12:09:49 AM

Trailltrader: *Jeepers*  Am I right in making the mental leap the guy was trying to kill his son and that would make it premeditated attempted murder right?  Wow,,,,


Nah, I'm sure it was just a coincidence.


/also believes in Chupacabra, Mermaids, and my wife  enjoys my puns
 
2014-06-26 12:16:36 AM

Trailltrader: *Jeepers*  Am I right in making the mental leap the guy was trying to kill his son and that would make it premeditated attempted murder right?  Wow,,,,


Attempted? He succeeded.
 
2014-06-26 12:20:47 AM
If this is true, this "man" should be burned alive

/the thought of the suffering that child must have gone through infuriates me
 
2014-06-26 12:24:16 AM
Wow, I thought charging him with murder was extreme for what looked like an accident. Sad to say I was very wrong.
 
2014-06-26 12:25:14 AM
Yipes.

That's all I can muster. Just... yipes.
 
2014-06-26 12:37:21 AM
Every once in a while one of these come along and you wish for eye-for-an-eye punishment.  Lock this guy in his car, in an adult sized car seat, all strapped in for safety. Make sure it in a sunny spot, roll up the windows, lock the doors and walk away. Bye waster of O2
 
2014-06-26 12:47:36 AM
Is Firefox his preferred browser?
 
2014-06-26 12:50:59 AM
Holy fark.
 
2014-06-26 12:55:56 AM

sno man: Every once in a while one of these come along and you wish for eye-for-an-eye punishment.  Lock this guy in his car, in an adult sized car seat, all strapped in for safety. Make sure it in a sunny spot, roll up the windows, lock the doors and walk away. Bye waster of O2


Or, just put him in gen pop in prison, nature will take its course.
 
2014-06-26 01:06:52 AM

Yaw String: Trailltrader: *Jeepers*  Am I right in making the mental leap the guy was trying to kill his son and that would make it premeditated attempted murder right?  Wow,,,,

Nah, I'm sure it was just a coincidence.


/also believes in Chupacabra, Mermaids, and my wife  enjoys my puns


Chupacabras are real dammit.
 
2014-06-26 01:28:52 AM

JoieD'Zen: Yaw String: Trailltrader: *Jeepers*  Am I right in making the mental leap the guy was trying to kill his son and that would make it premeditated attempted murder right?  Wow,,,,

Nah, I'm sure it was just a coincidence.


/also believes in Chupacabra, Mermaids, and my wife  enjoys my puns

Chupacabras are real dammit.



i65.photobucket.com
 
2014-06-26 01:56:46 AM
You gotta be one heartless son of a biatch to kill anyone that way, let alone your kid.  I mean, think about it.  He drove away, knowing his kid was in the process of dying a horrible death.  At any point he could have had second thoughts and tried to back out of it. He let it go on.

That's a lack of empathy and compassion I can't even fathom.
 
2014-06-26 01:58:20 AM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: If this is true, this "man" should be burned alive

/the thought of the suffering that child must have gone through infuriates me


nope
death is way too good for people like this
life in prison, no parole, being beaten and raped daily by other inmates, oh yah, that's the one, just punishment for things like this guy
 
2014-06-26 02:57:16 AM
Does he have to return his Father's Day gift?
rlv.zcache.com
 
2014-06-26 03:01:13 AM

Solid State Vittles: Is Firefox his preferred browser?


Yes. And he also puts ketchup on hot dogs.
 
2014-06-26 04:06:18 AM
When I first heard this story on the radio, I felt really bad because I had thought of all the times I could have gotten distracted and forgotten my kid in the car on a hot sunny day. Luckily, that never happened. He's 9 now and would give me hell if I tried to leave him in the car.

But now this? I see the pictures of the kid, and I am dying a little inside. I can't imagine the kind of farked up person that father must be for seriously contemplating killing the boy and then going through with it.

An accident, I can understand. And for a couple days I sympathized. Today, all I can muster is anger and hate.
 
2014-06-26 04:31:40 AM
As the father of a young boy, I can't express how much this disgusts me. I am completely befuddled.

At the very least, the father needs to be castrated, preferably as painfully as possible - with a hot fireplace poker or by pitbull - to ensure that he never reproduces again.
 
2014-06-26 05:00:49 AM
CSI already did this. Also, it's been too cool to make it clean thus far. It's more an August-September thing in most of the country.

/it's rained each day this summer
//at least in Dallas
 
2014-06-26 05:01:24 AM
Was the search after the death?

/ Pollyanna I am
 
2014-06-26 05:05:47 AM
If you're a teacher, I can see losing a kid for awhile. It happens. School is kid jail and some of them actively try to escape when possible. But do you know how long it takes to realize you've mislaid one of dozens of other people's kids? About two minutes tops. Even when they're dressed in the same uniform and you don't even know their names, it's pretty easy to notice a void where a child should be.

No one who "forgets" their kid is worthy of being a parent. Give this guy a bottle of hemlock and 24 hours to do the right thing.
 
2014-06-26 05:08:49 AM
The rational part of me wants this guy to spend the rest of his life in prison, so he can spend the rest of his days thinking over what he did to his son.

The realist part of me knows this person is heartless and simply doesn't care.  He wouldn't learn a damn thing and is beyond redemption.

The kid in me wants to invent time dilation via gasoline just so I can torch the sonofabiatch and have the agony last a hundred million years.
 
2014-06-26 05:09:48 AM
It doesn't say if he googled that before or after his son died. If he did it afterwards, he just might have wanted to know how long the kid suffered.

In any case, he should be out of jail soon, since apparently you don't go to prison for raping your 3 year old daughter:

http://edition.cnn.com/2014/04/02/justice/delaware-du-pont-rape-case/ i ndex.html
 
2014-06-26 05:14:22 AM
Toss him in with the rapists for 10 years, with daily beatings and rapings, then drop him off in the middle of death valley until he dies.

But I'm sure there are those who feel he should be rehabilitated and let back into society.
 
2014-06-26 05:14:59 AM

Gaylord Fister: It doesn't say if he googled that before or after his son died. If he did it afterwards, he just might have wanted to know how long the kid suffered.

In any case, he should be out of jail soon, since apparently you don't go to prison for raping your 3 year old daughter:

http://edition.cnn.com/2014/04/02/justice/delaware-du-pont-rape-case/ i ndex.html


Oh, goddamnit.

God.  Damn.  It.

I hope the farking payoff that judge got is enough to hide him well enough to spare him the wrath.  He should've been cast down and beaten before.  Doubly so now.  Some things are beyond the farking pale.
 
2014-06-26 05:16:20 AM
Oops, I forgot to drop my kid off at day care.  Oops, I forgot to pick my kid up from day care.  Oops, I didn't notice my kid in the car while driving for a while?

Why the hell did he pull into some random parking lot on the way home?  Whether he had accidentally or purposefully left him in the car all day, that doesn't make sense.  Either you see a child in your car when you walk up to it, freak out and check on him then, or you go about fabricating your alibi.  Either way this guy is monumentally stupid and should not have bred in the first place.

/Adoption solves such problems more humanely than some other options
 
2014-06-26 05:17:28 AM

starsrift: Was the search after the death?

/ Pollyanna I am


more like too lazy to RTFA.
 
2014-06-26 05:17:45 AM
What's the motive?
 
2014-06-26 05:18:16 AM
Hey -- lets not jump to any conclusions just yet, you know innocent until proven...*Awl who the fark am I kidding*

Break his spine, blind him, put him in complete isolation, and tube feed him. Hell isn't pain -- hell is being paralyzed and given zero stimulation... for the remainder of your life.
 
2014-06-26 05:19:56 AM
My wife and I decided, for many reasons, to not have kids. I would have glady taken that child, though, and gave him the best shot at a good life.

I might need to turn off the internet. It reminds me that all humanity is not humanity.
 
2014-06-26 05:20:04 AM

sno man: Every once in a while one of these come along and you wish for eye-for-an-eye punishment.  Lock this guy in his car, in an adult sized car seat, all strapped in for safety. Make sure it in a sunny spot, roll up the windows, lock the doors and walk away. Bye waster of O2


Are there really adult-sized car seats? I think those are just called car seats.
 
2014-06-26 05:20:09 AM
Please, whats her name down in Florida had internet searches looking for ways to dispose of bodies and partied the entire month her daughter was "missing."
 
2014-06-26 05:24:14 AM

Gdalescrboz: Please, whats her name down in Florida had internet searches looking for ways to dispose of bodies and partied the entire month her daughter was "missing."


Oh, here we go. Nancy Grace and "tot dad."
 
2014-06-26 05:24:35 AM
You got to eat them right after you cook them or they go bad
 
2014-06-26 05:28:37 AM
I'd like to buy this person lunch.  With Clyde Shelton.
 
2014-06-26 05:29:53 AM

drjekel_mrhyde: You got to eat them right after you cook them or they go bad


http://www.cc.com/video-clips/ycjx32/comedy-central-presents-vote-a- lo t
 
2014-06-26 05:30:41 AM

stonelotus: starsrift: Was the search after the death?

/ Pollyanna I am

more like too lazy to RTFA.


I did RTFA. And the article doesn't put any kind of timestamp on the search.

Sensationalist journalism likes to do shiat like that.
 
2014-06-26 05:34:03 AM
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-06-26 05:34:04 AM

starsrift: stonelotus: starsrift: Was the search after the death?

/ Pollyanna I am

more like too lazy to RTFA.

I did RTFA. And the article doesn't put any kind of timestamp on the search.

Sensationalist journalism likes to do shiat like that.


Did you read headline?
 
2014-06-26 05:40:07 AM

JohnAnnArbor: starsrift: stonelotus: starsrift: Was the search after the death?

/ Pollyanna I am

more like too lazy to RTFA.

I did RTFA. And the article doesn't put any kind of timestamp on the search.

Sensationalist journalism likes to do shiat like that.

Did you read headline?


Since when is information actually ever in a hea--

-- oh.
 
2014-06-26 05:40:38 AM

Gaylord Fister: It doesn't say if he googled that before or after his son died. If he did it afterwards, he just might have wanted to know how long the kid suffered.


Yeah, when he did those searches makes a big difference.  The only other thing mentioned in the article is that first responders didn't think his answers "made sense".  He could have just been really shaken up that he accidentally killed his kid.  Plus many first responders are idiots, just like any other group.  I'll wait for better info before sharpening my pitchforks.
 
2014-06-26 05:40:51 AM

bunner: I'd like to buy this person lunch.  With Clyde Shelton.


That may be too obscure even for Fark. Cool movie though.

This guy....this guy.... If it doesn't take me more than an hour to remember a pack of Funyons I left in my truck, I'd imagine the kid factor cuts that "oh yeah!/Oh Fark!"  time down by about 45 minutes. Not to mention, as he drove back from "daycare" he didn't look in his rear-view mirror the entire time? What a horrible way to die for the kid. I hope they fry this dude.
 
2014-06-26 05:42:22 AM

JohnAnnArbor: What's the motive?


He wanted to put a meaningful dent in the Capital Punishment Debate among the anti-death penalty crowd
 
2014-06-26 05:43:16 AM
I'm a very forgetful person, so I was sympathizing with him. I found it plausible that it could have been an honest (very very horrible) mistake. I also thought that prison time was too much and that he would be harder on himself for the rest of his life than any court could ever be.

Then they pulled his work computer. His arms and legs should be shattered and improperly set, then put in prison with rapists and murderers. My wife and I are having trouble getting pregnant, yet farking monsters like this can have kids they neither want nor deserve. fark this planet.

/in school for computer forensics
//this removed any doubts I might want to do something different
 
2014-06-26 05:46:28 AM

JohnAnnArbor: starsrift: stonelotus: starsrift: Was the search after the death?

/ Pollyanna I am

more like too lazy to RTFA.

I did RTFA. And the article doesn't put any kind of timestamp on the search.

Sensationalist journalism likes to do shiat like that.

Did you read headline?


Neither the short Gawker article or the story Gawker linked to mentioned when the search occurred.   There was no quote or any attribution anywhere claiming it happened before the incident.  That headline could have been written by a random intern.
 
2014-06-26 05:53:05 AM

Green81: Hey -- lets not jump to any conclusions just yet, you know innocent until proven...*Awl who the fark am I kidding*

Break his spine, blind him, put him in complete isolation, and tube feed him. Hell isn't pain -- hell is being paralyzed and given zero stimulation... for the remainder of your life.


robohobo: Toss him in with the rapists for 10 years, with daily beatings and rapings, then drop him off in the middle of death valley until he dies.

But I'm sure there are those who feel he should be rehabilitated and let back into society.


That bloodthirst makes you no better than him in the first place, even if you haven't killed (yet). Just execute him and remove him from society if he's guilty; society is better served with quick and cheap solutions, there's no point in prolonging it so random angry people can get their jollies from a distance. Turn some torture porn on if you need that.

/I subscribe to the "people can be rehabilitated" idea, but not only do US prisons rarely even attempt that, it's unlikely he's worth the effort anyway.
//First-responders should have double-tapped him.
 
2014-06-26 05:54:35 AM

JohnAnnArbor: What's the motive?


Kid owed money all over town, including to known pornographers.
 
2014-06-26 05:55:31 AM
Someone in the police force leaked this detail to the media intentionally.  What sort of bullshiat is this?   How is that in any way appropriate or acceptable?  Whatever this guy did, the person who leaked the details to the press should be fired.

/Way to go tainting the jury pool, genius
 
2014-06-26 05:56:17 AM
www.morethings.com
 
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