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(ABC Local)   The Hippy Ripper case has been solved. When a police spokesman was asked how a 14 year old boy could have committed murders that took place in 1969, he responded "He's very clever"   ( abclocal.go.com) divider line
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2014-02-26 09:23:35 AM  
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indarwinsshadow: Arkanaut: vudukungfu: Michael's brother.

I was going to ask, how old was Michael Myers when he bagged his first victim?

Mike Myers?

well, it makes sense. he married an axe-murderer

/like an orange on a toothpick
2014-02-26 10:43:02 AM  
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The Muthaship: octopied: Why couldn't a 14 year old be the killer?

Particularly since the crimes were commited with a rifle, right? Well a rifle is a bit unwieldy but once used to it, a 14 year old could fire it without too much trouble.

It's not like the killer overwhelmed his vicims in hand to hand combat or something. People have killed at younger than 14 as well.

He stabbed a couple.  One of them died.

Okay, so he used an assault rifle with the knife-throwing attachment. Damn stabby assaulty rifly.
2014-02-26 09:13:34 AM  
1 vote:
♫ For goodness' sakes
They cracked the Hippy Ripper case ♫
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