Saturday, August 23, 2014

New Black Standard of Sanity: Kenneth Douglas (Dead Sexy)

In case you are unaware, let me inform you that sub-apes (otherwise known as niggers, darkies, koons, etc.) have an absolute disregard for the morals surrounding the handling of corpses. For goodness sake, even Neanderthals ceremonially buried their dead with respect and parting gifts. However, time and again we read stories of sub-apes violating the most basic standards of human decency when it comes to the dead. Examples:

2002 - Sub-ape Tommy Ray Brent Marsh threw hundreds of bodies into the backyard of his crematory business rather than incinerate them, as he was paid to do.

2009 - 4 sub-apes working at the Burr Oaks Cemetery were arrested for exhuming and disposing of corpses as part of a scheme to resell burial plots.

And now, 2014 - Sub-ape Kenneth Douglas, a morgue attendant in Hamilton Ohio, has admitted in federal court that he had sex with at least 100 corpses. Quoting:

His crimes were first revealed when DNA connected him to semen found in one of his victims in 2008. The woman's killer, David Steffan, admitted killing the woman but denied raping her, according to the NY Daily News.

The county is now being sued by the families of three of the victims, who said the morgue director failed "recklessly and wantonly" to supervise Douglas. [...]

Douglas' wife testified in a deposition that he reeked of sex when she picked him up from work. She said she called the coroner's office and reported him, but the morgue supervisor told her to stop calling.

"He said, 'Whatever happens on county time and on county property is county business,'" said Douglas' wife.

What a slogan: "What happens in the Hamilton County Morgue stays at the Hamilton County Morgue."

On a related subject, you can read here how medical workers in West Africa, who are trying to stop the threat of Ebola, face opposition from the relatives of the deceased. The medical workers are asking Ebola victim's relatives not to get to intimate with the corpses because of the risk of infection. This leads to suspicion from the relatives, who distrust the medical workers. Here is a description of the intimacy:

When the ceremony is coming to a close, a common bowl is used for ritual hand-washing, and a final touch or kiss on the face of the corpse (which is known as a “a love touch”) is bestowed on the dead. that explains it all, doesn't it? Kenneth Douglas was just conforming to his tribal heritage and administering his own love touches in the Hamilton County Morgue. Thank you cultural relativism, you've done it again!

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