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2022-05-17 12:42:41 AM  
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2022-05-17 1:42:56 AM  
At the late age of eighteen, decapitating a cat is a strong indicator that shiat is about to go down.
 
2022-05-17 1:57:36 AM  
I'm still LMAO over *vomits stream of pure ham*
 
2022-05-17 2:32:01 AM  
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2022-05-17 2:32:33 AM  
Tesla - Signs (Live At The Trocadero / 1990)
Youtube epbOHloSpZM
 
2022-05-17 2:38:01 AM  
F*ck you incel bastards.
 
2022-05-17 2:39:39 AM  
Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.
 
2022-05-17 2:40:55 AM  
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2022-05-17 2:41:59 AM  

Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.


So you want to torture people before you murder them.
 
2022-05-17 2:45:58 AM  

Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.


The death penalty is a waste. The entire family should be locked up and used for neurological and psychiatric study. Researchers might be able to learn what is wrong with some people's brains.
 
2022-05-17 2:47:47 AM  

Ketchuponsteak: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

So you want to torture people before you murder them.


Ole literal Lou over here.
 
2022-05-17 2:51:24 AM  

Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.


Horde of cats.
 
2022-05-17 2:54:28 AM  
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/we've had the furry angle, the manifesto plagiarization, and I've been wondering when this angle of the story would come out.
//not even doom music can excuse certain behaviors, especially against cats.
///and he didn't even use doom music.
 
2022-05-17 2:59:50 AM  
He was "On the radar" for threatening to shoot up a school.  He should never have had a gun. We recently had a shooting at a FedEx facility because a prosecutor failed to enforce the red flag law.
 
2022-05-17 3:01:16 AM  
this whole thing is a wonderful case for abortion.
 
2022-05-17 3:05:20 AM  

Ketchuponsteak: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

So you want to torture people before you murder them.


So you want to protect terrorists?
 
2022-05-17 3:18:42 AM  
The strangely groovy Talking Heads song you've probably never heard
Warning Sign (2005 Remaster)
Youtube 4U4EO2RQw1s
 
2022-05-17 3:27:19 AM  
Christ, what an asshole.
 
2022-05-17 3:28:18 AM  

Ketchuponsteak: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

So you want to torture people before you murder them.


How about we stab them multiple times before they die 40 minutes later? Or we pump them full of chemicals that causes vomiting or feels like burning? Are you ok with that?

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2021/11/oklahoma-botches-another-execution-using-lethal-injection-drugs.html
 
2022-05-17 3:28:44 AM  

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/we've had the furry angle, the manifesto plagiarization, and I've been wondering when this angle of the story would come out.
//not even doom music can excuse certain behaviors, especially against cats.
///and he didn't even use doom music.


You don't know that he didn't.
 
2022-05-17 3:31:18 AM  
Just in time for Mother's Day
 
2022-05-17 3:32:38 AM  

Ketchuponsteak: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

So you want to torture people before you murder them.


Those aren't people. They're co-monsters.
 
2022-05-17 3:33:15 AM  

Ketchuponsteak: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

So you want to torture people before you murder them.


I'm OK with that.
 
2022-05-17 3:42:13 AM  

Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.


So what are the odds there's bed wetting in that psych profile?  I'd put money on it

/classic farking combination for psychos
 
2022-05-17 3:51:25 AM  
Wanna bet his house has original lead plumbing and unremediated lead paint?
 
2022-05-17 3:53:06 AM  
So.. warning signs / red flags were there -meanwhile, at the J. Edgar Hoover bldg:
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2022-05-17 3:58:21 AM  

Spectrum: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

Horde of cats.


If you hoard enough cats you'll eventually have a horde.
 
2022-05-17 4:12:57 AM  

Ketchuponsteak: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

So you want to torture people before you murder them.


Yeah, now that you mention it.
 
2022-05-17 4:20:46 AM  
And once again: unless there are clear signs that someone is: a danger to himself, a danger to others, or gravely disabled (unable to provide for basic needs of food, clothing or shelter), there is simply nothing that can be done as far as involuntary commitment.

If you want to get guys like this locked up and KEEP them locked up then involuntary commitment laws MUST BE CHANGED FIRST. Otherwise, killing a cat, no matter how heinous and gruesome it may be (and it is, both) is simply not sufficient to do anything except maybe give him a citation for animal cruelty. Maybe, depending on the jurisdiction, he might have been jailed for a few days pending a hearing.

This kind of thing is only meaningful in retrospect or in toto, and just doesn't mean shiat at the time. Now, of course, everyone is looking at it going "Oh! If only someone had done something! If only we had stopped him then!" but in March, it was just "Yeah, that crazy kid, his mom is going to be sorry some day, what ya gonna do?" and a warning to people to keep their cats indoors. Because in March, nobody knew about his 180-page manifesto YET.
 
2022-05-17 4:41:48 AM  

Original: Original Tweet:

Tazerface16: In March of this year, the Buffalo shooter killed and decapitated a cat in his parents garage. His Mom's reaction? She gave him a box so he could go bury it in the backyard. That might explain some things in that family...


I had beef with a neighbor's cat and was known to swing it around by it's tail. To be fair, I was four years old and it did regularly crap in my sandbox. Had I continued that behavior after the age of 6 or 7, that would have been a red flag.
 
2022-05-17 4:49:35 AM  

whither_apophis: Ketchuponsteak: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

So you want to torture people before you murder them.

How about we stab them multiple times before they die 40 minutes later? Or we pump them full of chemicals that causes vomiting or feels like burning? Are you ok with that?

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2021/11/oklahoma-botches-another-execution-using-lethal-injection-drugs.html


Just use seized heroin for executions. It's definitely painless. It's definitely effective. I saw someone overdose (she got better).

Yeah, I know. it's schedule 1, so it can't be used for *anything*, but surely evidence lockup is also full of oxy.
 
2022-05-17 4:59:52 AM  
I'm not morbidly curious, but what is the ethnic make-up of known animal torture people? I'm guessing it is ...

...and I was wrong, but maybe not by much .... my link won't pass muster .... but you can search yourself.

The lifetime prevalence of animal cruelty in U.S. adults was 1.8%. Men, African-Americans, Native-Americans/Asians, native-born Americans, persons with lower levels of income and education and adults living the western region of the U.S. reported comparatively high levels of cruelty to animals, whereas Hispanics reported comparatively low levels of such behavior. Cruelty to animals was significantly associated with all assessed antisocial behaviors. Adjusted analyses revealed strong associations between lifetime alcohol use disorders, conduct disorder, antisocial, obsessive-compulsive, and histrionic personality disorders, pathological gambling, family history of antisocial behavior, and cruelty to animals.
.......

But anyone willing to torture an animal is willing to make the next step ... that is my assessment.
 
2022-05-17 5:03:08 AM  
I would have thought the warning sign was a year ago when he threatened to shoot up his high school.
 
2022-05-17 5:05:16 AM  

Sleeper_agent: whither_apophis: Ketchuponsteak: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

So you want to torture people before you murder them.

How about we stab them multiple times before they die 40 minutes later? Or we pump them full of chemicals that causes vomiting or feels like burning? Are you ok with that?

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2021/11/oklahoma-botches-another-execution-using-lethal-injection-drugs.html

Just use seized heroin for executions. It's definitely painless. It's definitely effective. I saw someone overdose (she got better).

Yeah, I know. it's schedule 1, so it can't be used for *anything*, but surely evidence lockup is also full of oxy.


there's a reason they don't use opiates and it's not because they're not effective killers - but rather, they're messy. The person visibly dies. They vomit. They lose bowel and bladder violently. They seize. They gasp.

And it takes a long time.

It's not the pretty clinical picture they want to pretend lethal injection is.

The reason they use paralytics and potassium are to give the impression of a peaceful, rapid death. Like we'd euthanize a sick pet with.
 
2022-05-17 5:11:30 AM  

hardinparamedic: Sleeper_agent: whither_apophis: Ketchuponsteak: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

So you want to torture people before you murder them.

How about we stab them multiple times before they die 40 minutes later? Or we pump them full of chemicals that causes vomiting or feels like burning? Are you ok with that?

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2021/11/oklahoma-botches-another-execution-using-lethal-injection-drugs.html

Just use seized heroin for executions. It's definitely painless. It's definitely effective. I saw someone overdose (she got better).

Yeah, I know. it's schedule 1, so it can't be used for *anything*, but surely evidence lockup is also full of oxy.

there's a reason they don't use opiates and it's not because they're not effective killers - but rather, they're messy. The person visibly dies. They vomit. They lose bowel and bladder violently. They seize. They gasp.

And it takes a long time.

It's not the pretty clinical picture they want to pretend lethal injection is.

The reason they use paralytics and potassium are to give the impression of a peaceful, rapid death. Like we'd euthanize a sick pet with.



My experience was different. I didn't know she had drugs-- she snorted some heroin and was basically immediately dead. It was very peaceful-- just suddenly sleepy and gray. I did rescue breathing until EMS got there. They hit her with narcan she fortunately roused.
 
2022-05-17 5:19:23 AM  

Sleeper_agent: hardinparamedic: Sleeper_agent: whither_apophis: Ketchuponsteak: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

So you want to torture people before you murder them.

How about we stab them multiple times before they die 40 minutes later? Or we pump them full of chemicals that causes vomiting or feels like burning? Are you ok with that?

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2021/11/oklahoma-botches-another-execution-using-lethal-injection-drugs.html

Just use seized heroin for executions. It's definitely painless. It's definitely effective. I saw someone overdose (she got better).

Yeah, I know. it's schedule 1, so it can't be used for *anything*, but surely evidence lockup is also full of oxy.

there's a reason they don't use opiates and it's not because they're not effective killers - but rather, they're messy. The person visibly dies. They vomit. They lose bowel and bladder violently. They seize. They gasp.

And it takes a long time.

It's not the pretty clinical picture they want to pretend lethal injection is.

The reason they use paralytics and potassium are to give the impression of a peaceful, rapid death. Like we'd euthanize a sick pet with.


My experience was different. I didn't know she had drugs-- she snorted some heroin and was basically immediately dead. It was very peaceful-- just suddenly sleepy and gray. I did rescue breathing until EMS got there. They hit her with narcan she fortunately roused.


at least two states (Nevada and ohio) have gone to using massive doses of fentanyl and North Carolina is using Pentobarbitol as a one drug method

All three have had executions take longer than 45 minutes to die as a result. Media witnesses described it in detail.
 
2022-05-17 5:26:17 AM  

hardinparamedic: Sleeper_agent: hardinparamedic: Sleeper_agent: whither_apophis: Ketchuponsteak: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

So you want to torture people before you murder them.

How about we stab them multiple times before they die 40 minutes later? Or we pump them full of chemicals that causes vomiting or feels like burning? Are you ok with that?

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2021/11/oklahoma-botches-another-execution-using-lethal-injection-drugs.html

Just use seized heroin for executions. It's definitely painless. It's definitely effective. I saw someone overdose (she got better).

Yeah, I know. it's schedule 1, so it can't be used for *anything*, but surely evidence lockup is also full of oxy.

there's a reason they don't use opiates and it's not because they're not effective killers - but rather, they're messy. The person visibly dies. They vomit. They lose bowel and bladder violently. They seize. They gasp.

And it takes a long time.

It's not the pretty clinical picture they want to pretend lethal injection is.

The reason they use paralytics and potassium are to give the impression of a peaceful, rapid death. Like we'd euthanize a sick pet with.


My experience was different. I didn't know she had drugs-- she snorted some heroin and was basically immediately dead. It was very peaceful-- just suddenly sleepy and gray. I did rescue breathing until EMS got there. They hit her with narcan she fortunately roused.

at least two states (Nevada and ohio) have gone to using massive doses of fentanyl and North Carolina is using Pentobarbitol as a one drug method

All three have had executions take longer than 45 minutes to die as a result. Media witnesses described it in detail.


They need new dealers then. I was making out with this chick, she reached into her purse, Then SHE WAS DEAD IN MY BEDROOM. I don't want to repeat that experience. And yes, dead. I was breathing for her.

Would it have gone on for a while? Would she have convulsed? Lost bodily fluids? Irrelevant. She was gone. I could have stabbed her and she wouldn't have felt it. It was peaceful (as far as she knows).
 
2022-05-17 5:47:59 AM  

Rage Against the Thorazine: Ketchuponsteak: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

So you want to torture people before you murder them.

So you want to protect terrorists?


No.

I called him out didn't I?
 
2022-05-17 5:49:32 AM  
He's just an excitable boy
 
2022-05-17 5:52:48 AM  

whither_apophis: Ketchuponsteak: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

So you want to torture people before you murder them.

How about we stab them multiple times before they die 40 minutes later? Or we pump them full of chemicals that causes vomiting or feels like burning? Are you ok with that?

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2021/11/oklahoma-botches-another-execution-using-lethal-injection-drugs.html


No I am against murder.

And torture.

Just do to him what Norway did to Breivik. Including no shooty games for his last generation PlayStation.
 
2022-05-17 5:54:04 AM  

Sleeper_agent: hardinparamedic: Sleeper_agent: hardinparamedic: Sleeper_agent: whither_apophis: Ketchuponsteak: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

So you want to torture people before you murder them.

How about we stab them multiple times before they die 40 minutes later? Or we pump them full of chemicals that causes vomiting or feels like burning? Are you ok with that?

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2021/11/oklahoma-botches-another-execution-using-lethal-injection-drugs.html

Just use seized heroin for executions. It's definitely painless. It's definitely effective. I saw someone overdose (she got better).

Yeah, I know. it's schedule 1, so it can't be used for *anything*, but surely evidence lockup is also full of oxy.

there's a reason they don't use opiates and it's not because they're not effective killers - but rather, they're messy. The person visibly dies. They vomit. They lose bowel and bladder violently. They seize. They gasp.

And it takes a long time.

It's not the pretty clinical picture they want to pretend lethal injection is.

The reason they use paralytics and potassium are to give the impression of a peaceful, rapid death. Like we'd euthanize a sick pet with.


My experience was different. I didn't know she had drugs-- she snorted some heroin and was basically immediately dead. It was very peaceful-- just suddenly sleepy and gray. I did rescue breathing until EMS got there. They hit her with narcan she fortunately roused.

at least two states (Nevada and ohio) have gone to using massive doses of fentanyl and North Carolina is using Pentobarbitol as a one drug method

All three have had executions take longer than 45 minutes to die as a result. Media witnesses described it in detail.

They need new deale ...


As someone who has resuscitated more opioid overdoses than I'd like to admit living in the 40/75 corridor, I can safely tell you I have had a lot more experiences and that you got lucky with "how peaceful" that seemed.
 
2022-05-17 6:04:13 AM  

hardinparamedic: Sleeper_agent: hardinparamedic: Sleeper_agent: hardinparamedic: Sleeper_agent: whither_apophis: Ketchuponsteak: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

So you want to torture people before you murder them.

How about we stab them multiple times before they die 40 minutes later? Or we pump them full of chemicals that causes vomiting or feels like burning? Are you ok with that?

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2021/11/oklahoma-botches-another-execution-using-lethal-injection-drugs.html

Just use seized heroin for executions. It's definitely painless. It's definitely effective. I saw someone overdose (she got better).

Yeah, I know. it's schedule 1, so it can't be used for *anything*, but surely evidence lockup is also full of oxy.

there's a reason they don't use opiates and it's not because they're not effective killers - but rather, they're messy. The person visibly dies. They vomit. They lose bowel and bladder violently. They seize. They gasp.

And it takes a long time.

It's not the pretty clinical picture they want to pretend lethal injection is.

The reason they use paralytics and potassium are to give the impression of a peaceful, rapid death. Like we'd euthanize a sick pet with.


My experience was different. I didn't know she had drugs-- she snorted some heroin and was basically immediately dead. It was very peaceful-- just suddenly sleepy and gray. I did rescue breathing until EMS got there. They hit her with narcan she fortunately roused.

at least two states (Nevada and ohio) have gone to using massive doses of fentanyl and North Carolina is using Pentobarbitol as a one drug method

All three have had executions take longer than 45 minutes to die as a result. Media witnesses described it in detail.

They ...


I'm aware of your credentials, but I am still skeptical. I've seen countless people go into general anesthesia-- all you have to do is stop giving the 02 and they're dead people. Peaceful dead people. There must be something in the OD drugs. And also, once they're unconscious, it doesn't matter what their body does. It's still not suffering (for them) despite how uncomfortable it makes the witnesses.
 
2022-05-17 6:18:41 AM  

Gyrfalcon: And once again: unless there are clear signs that someone is: a danger to himself, a danger to others, or gravely disabled (unable to provide for basic needs of food, clothing or shelter), there is simply nothing that can be done as far as involuntary commitment.

If you want to get guys like this locked up and KEEP them locked up then involuntary commitment laws MUST BE CHANGED FIRST. Otherwise, killing a cat, no matter how heinous and gruesome it may be (and it is, both) is simply not sufficient to do anything except maybe give him a citation for animal cruelty. Maybe, depending on the jurisdiction, he might have been jailed for a few days pending a hearing.

This kind of thing is only meaningful in retrospect or in toto, and just doesn't mean shiat at the time. Now, of course, everyone is looking at it going "Oh! If only someone had done something! If only we had stopped him then!" but in March, it was just "Yeah, that crazy kid, his mom is going to be sorry some day, what ya gonna do?" and a warning to people to keep their cats indoors. Because in March, nobody knew about his 180-page manifesto YET.


As bad as the situation was with asylums and involuntary commitment before 1980, I think it has become overwhelmingly, horrifyingly clear that Saint Reagan's "throw them all out on the street instead" approach is worse. Much worse.
 
2022-05-17 6:20:38 AM  

Sleeper_agent: hardinparamedic: Sleeper_agent: hardinparamedic: Sleeper_agent: hardinparamedic: Sleeper_agent: whither_apophis: Ketchuponsteak: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

So you want to torture people before you murder them.

How about we stab them multiple times before they die 40 minutes later? Or we pump them full of chemicals that causes vomiting or feels like burning? Are you ok with that?

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2021/11/oklahoma-botches-another-execution-using-lethal-injection-drugs.html

Just use seized heroin for executions. It's definitely painless. It's definitely effective. I saw someone overdose (she got better).

Yeah, I know. it's schedule 1, so it can't be used for *anything*, but surely evidence lockup is also full of oxy.

there's a reason they don't use opiates and it's not because they're not effective killers - but rather, they're messy. The person visibly dies. They vomit. They lose bowel and bladder violently. They seize. They gasp.

And it takes a long time.

It's not the pretty clinical picture they want to pretend lethal injection is.

The reason they use paralytics and potassium are to give the impression of a peaceful, rapid death. Like we'd euthanize a sick pet with.


My experience was different. I didn't know she had drugs-- she snorted some heroin and was basically immediately dead. It was very peaceful-- just suddenly sleepy and gray. I did rescue breathing until EMS got there. They hit her with narcan she fortunately roused.

at least two states (Nevada and ohio) have gone to using massive doses of fentanyl and North Carolina is using Pentobarbitol as a one drug method

All three have had executions take longer than 45 minutes to die as a result. Media witnesses described it ...


Isoniazid and fentanyl analogues/RCs.

Opiates are not anesthetics. They are absolutely still feeling the sensation of suffocating or drowning until their brain is ischemic enough it's no longer functional.
 
2022-05-17 6:23:01 AM  
Side note: unless you've synthesized it yourself or tested to ensure purity, what you are getting on the street is very likely nothing but fentanyl/sufentanyl/carfentanyl or a RC analogue like Isotonitazine
 
2022-05-17 6:32:53 AM  

Gyrfalcon: And once again: unless there are clear signs that someone is: a danger to himself, a danger to others, or gravely disabled (unable to provide for basic needs of food, clothing or shelter), there is simply nothing that can be done as far as involuntary commitment.

If you want to get guys like this locked up and KEEP them locked up then involuntary commitment laws MUST BE CHANGED FIRST. Otherwise, killing a cat, no matter how heinous and gruesome it may be (and it is, both) is simply not sufficient to do anything except maybe give him a citation for animal cruelty. Maybe, depending on the jurisdiction, he might have been jailed for a few days pending a hearing.

This kind of thing is only meaningful in retrospect or in toto, and just doesn't mean shiat at the time. Now, of course, everyone is looking at it going "Oh! If only someone had done something! If only we had stopped him then!" but in March, it was just "Yeah, that crazy kid, his mom is going to be sorry some day, what ya gonna do?" and a warning to people to keep their cats indoors. Because in March, nobody knew about his 180-page manifesto YET.


Assuming the story is true (what we have in the Twat is hearsay), that would be a felony animal cruelty charge.
 
2022-05-17 6:33:48 AM  

whither_apophis: Ketchuponsteak: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

So you want to torture people before you murder them.

How about we stab them multiple times before they die 40 minutes later? Or we pump them full of chemicals that causes vomiting or feels like burning? Are you ok with that?

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2021/11/oklahoma-botches-another-execution-using-lethal-injection-drugs.html


The way America carries out the death penalty is 115% farked up.

But - if it were to be carried out in a non-insane manner, designed not to provide viewers with a live action snuff film but to simply put irredeemable monsters out of everyone's misery - I would support its use in cases like this.

The bastard was cornered and caught in the act. There is literally no possible doubt of his guilt, or that he is absolutely irredeemable. Why would any rational society let him go on to parasitize its resources for the next 50 years?
 
2022-05-17 6:39:02 AM  

Spectrum: Iczer: Yeah, the second you bring animal mutilation and/or murder into the picture you're taking to a sociopath.  The sheer fact it was a cat and his mother's reaction urges me to demand the death penalty for the whole family. Preferably tethered down while letting a hoard of cats eat them.

Horde of cats.


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2022-05-17 6:57:31 AM  
Some of you are sick people.  If you couldn't torture him to death for fun yourself, don't call for someone else to.  If you could torture him to death for fun, well, then go back to my first sentence.
 
2022-05-17 7:02:49 AM  
Kid, gimme you shoelaces.
We don't want any hangings.

Kid, gimme your guns
 
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