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Old November 16th, 2012, 10:21 PM   #1
Howard Brown
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Default Copycat In Missouri

Some in this field believe that the Ripper did not inspire anyone else to commit murder in a similar fashion...I disagree.

This cretin in Missouri was inspired by the nameless phuck who massacred people in a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado...........


Worth discussing ?

By the way, I usually disagree with people who are against the implementation of the death penalty for murderers ...but in the case of the Aurora murderer, I think its best they keep him alive for as long as possible, since he seems to be antsy to leave this mortal coil.
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