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Misogynistic Media Always Bend Over Backwards to Humanize the Male Murderers

June 8, 2007
Yet, we must endure how horrid and evil the occasional female murderer is. From CNN:

Neighbor Harold Barry, 50, said he was surprised when he heard Hall had been arrested. Hall recently helped him repair his pickup truck, he said.[…] “If I can go see him, I will see if I can help him out,” said Barry, who added that Hall seemed especially close to his son. […] “He loved his son his so much,” Barry said. “He had his small kid in that truck every time I saw him.”

Yeah he really loved his son, so much he did not care that his actions now leaves his son without a father. Real love and care there.

How much do you want to bet (come on now put your money where your mouth is) that this murdering perverted monster watched loads and loads of PORN?

Any takers?

  1. Chris permalink
    June 9, 2007 11:35 pm

    1) I agree….he probably has a computer full of porn.

    But from the coverage I’ve read of this guy, even the online headlines, they talk of him as a murdering monster with a twisted blog.

  2. E. K.(Kitty) Glendower permalink
    June 9, 2007 11:58 pm

    I will let you have that one, the headlines are creating him more of a monster than the earlier stories. Specifically how sweet he was with his boy. However, I have an answer for the painting him as a monster part as well. If they paint him as a monster, they can cut him off from being male, and therefore males will not have to look at their maleness as a potential threat.

    Now pull out the razor if you must.

  3. Professor Zero permalink
    June 10, 2007 3:22 am

    Hmmm. He describes himself as a “sweet troubled soul.” It occurs to me that that is code for psychopath / psychokiller – I’ve heard it before.

  4. Chris permalink
    June 10, 2007 1:33 pm

    “cut him off from being male”
    “now pull out the razor if you must”

    Ouch:x You just had to use that call-back didn’t you! ha ha

    (Who is busy hiding all razors in the house at this moment)

    PS: You didn’t happen to help my brother write his comment in my Hero entry did ya? His third statement sounds almost word for word for something I read on your former blog.

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