Saturday, August 19, 2006

An Argument for Letting me Legally Torture People to Death

A 32-year-old British man visiting Crete decided to grab his two young children, ages 2 and 6, and jump from his hotel balcony following an argument with his wife. The six-year-old boy was killed and the two-year-old girl injured, but unfortunately the suicidal, murderous father survived. Of course the moron blames being roaringly drunk for his behavior, not the fact that he is a cowardly deviant.

An over-so-thin beam of sunshine into this dark story is provided by the director of the hospital where the child-murdering filth was treated. Said the director Panayotis Spatharakis: "I feel that once he recovers and understands what he has done he should commit suicide."

You cannot believe how overjoyed I am to hear common sense like this expressed somewhere in the world! It is incredibly refreshing. But let us not be to quick to let him commit suicide! That would be too easy, and at this point he wants to do it. Give him a month or so and he will pull an Andrea Yates and find a reason to live through Christian faith or some such nonsense. Instead, may I please be chosen by the government of Greece to torture Mr. Hogan to death once he finds a reason to live again? Oh please, oh please, oh pleeeeeeassssseeee??!!!?!?? I'll be your best friend! Just a little torture of this freak, just this once? And then again, and again to others like him?

No, we have to leave my fantasies and go back to the disgustingly unjust modern Western World. In Greece, the maximum penalty this human garbage faces is life in prison, which apparently means no more than 25-years. That is a national disgrace for both Britain, who spawned that monster, and Greece, who is too pussified to kill him.

With this article, there is a picture of the family.

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