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,,,,
metaskie: His arms and legs should be shattered and improperly set, then put in prison with rapists and murderers.
JohnAnnArbor: What's the motive?
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."
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
Dogghead: Kid killed by father in hot car......liberal outrage.Thousands of kids killed each day in abortion 'clinics'....crickets.
roc6783: AverageAmericanGuy: 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.I frequently joke that my billion dollar invention is a tranquilizer gun for use on kids with no side effects other than an instant 2 hour nap. My proposed tagline, "All the fun of shooting your kids with none of the side effects." This piece of filth makes me feel really bad for making a tasteless joke.
foxyshadis: psychopaths can be trained like dogs, even if they don't think the way average people do
JohnAnnArbor: starsrift: stonelotus: starsrift: Was the search after the death?/ Pollyanna I ammore 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?
Solid State Vittles: Is Firefox his preferred browser?
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 punsChupacabras are real dammit.
Lachwen: doglover: 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.My mom forgot me once. At a park. I was three or four years old, and she got so wrapped up in picking up my older (5-ish) brother from day camp and getting him into the car (he didn't want to leave the park) that I slipped her mind. She was halfway home when she realized that there were supposed to be two kids in the car.I was fine. I honestly hadn't even realized she had left. Having too much fun on the merry-go-round to notice mom and brother had disappeared.Yes, it is possible to forget your kid. This does not necessarily make you a horrible parent. My mom did a good job by me.
Smelly Pirate Hooker: I think i'll decline to call for this guy's punishment until we know more from actual legit sources. Like a court of law or official inquiry or something like that."Search history" could be anything.This is kind of Internet 101, isn't it?
Headso: loling at 'good christian man"
Electric_Banana: doyner: Solid State Vittles: Is Firefox his preferred browser?Yes. And he also puts ketchup on hot dogs.[www.city-data.com image 250x251]Nobody, and I mean nobody, puts ketchup on a hot dog.
itsaidwhat: On the brighter side, I think there is going to be a job opening created at this guy's company./You are welcome, Obama.
Mr. Ekshun: JohnAnnArbor: What's the motive?Kid owed money all over town, including to known pornographers.
Inflatable Rhetoric: Millions of sperm die every minute, no one even notices.
Rapmaster2000: That's what I would do. What would you do? Please, don't spare details.
AverageAmericanGuy: 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.
nulluspixiusdemonica: .... hammercide?
bunner: Once upon a time, briefly, in America, there was justice, common sense, compassion, dignity, honesty and happy endings that occurred someplace besides a cinema screen. *sigh*
Aero_70: Taxbongo: You find out why he is the way he is. If someone really wants to be rehabilitated they can be. It is all about what conservatives call "discipline". Redeeming this man and making him a productive member of society benefits the tax payers and makes us look like humans instead of beasts"I thought I could change him....." said no abused woman everIf you could have this guy "rehabilitated" would you be OK with the state mandating that he is your childcare provider?How about convicted rapists/abuser/murderer?... Would you let them be your wife/daughter/mother/son's personal assistant?
Target Builder: People search for info for all sorts of things online just out if curiosity - how many if you googled pressure cookers or cobalt-60 after various events earlier this year.
bunner: my lip balm addiction: So we fix Capital punishment and put some farking teeth in it.Mon. 3:00 P.M. - "We hereby sentence you to death by execution by the state."Tues. 7:00 A.M. - "Good morning, criminal. Here is the meal you ordered. Enjoy."Tues. 9:30 A.M. - "OK, on your feet. This is televised, btw!"Tues. 9:41 A.M. *BANG*
Taxbongo: bindlestiff2600: namatad: MaudlinMutantMollusk: If this is true, this "man" should be burned alive/the thought of the suffering that child must have gone through infuriates menopedeath is way too good for people like thislife in prison, no parole, being beaten and raped daily by other inmates, oh yah, that's the one, just punishment for things like this guyunderstand your positionstillif you have captured a rabid dogdo you put it downor place in a cage and poke with sticksput him down(mind you if it takes a bit and he screams a lot - ill just quibble about the time its taking)Besides making us feel better what else does executing people do?Nothing. It is wrong to take a life. It shows that we are no better than them
E5bie: mcnguyen: 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.Sometimes, you can just tell when a person is lying. First responders have experience with panicking, shaken up people. They have some idea about the range of reactions. Another thing mentioned in the article: it was his work's on-site daycare. Which sort of indicates that dropping off kid and picking up kid would be an every day thing, not a shared duty, which drops the likelihood of forgetting considerably. Maybe the question was asked, "Who put the kid in the car this morning?" at which point his play-acting body language went from detectable to obvious. Speculation, of course.Personally, I'm ready with the pitchforks even if it was an accident (doubt it). That's not the sort of accident that careful parents have. You don't forget your kid. Especially not a toddler, whose existence shapes most of your waking moments outside of work. Doesn't. Happen.
Links are submitted by members of the Fark community.
When community members submit a link, they also write a custom headline for the story.
Other Farkers comment on the links. This is the number of comments. Click here to read them.
You need to create an account to submit links or post comments.
Click here to submit a link.
Also on Fark
Submit a Link »
Copyright © 1999 - 2017 Fark, Inc | Last updated: Aug 21 2017 12:16:18
Runtime: 0.650 sec (649 ms)