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Today I Loathe Humanity

suitcasebabee.jpgSometimes the crazy is funny. And sometimes the crazy makes you want to pull out someone’s eyeballs and shove them up their ass so they can see your foot going in.

A toddler whose remains were found inside a suitcase in Philadelphia in April was starved to death by members of a religious cult, including his mother, in part because he refused to say “amen” after meals, police said.
Ria Ramkissoon, the mother of Javon Thompson, was charged Sunday with first-degree murder in the boy’s death. Baltimore police said Monday that three other members of a group called 1 Mind Ministries have also been charged with first-degree murder. Police and Ramkissoon’s family say the group is a cult.
Members did not seek medical care for Javon when he stopped breathing, and the boy died in his mother’s arms, according to court documents. He would have been about 19 months old when police say adults stopped feeding him in December 2006.
Another unnamed informant told police that after Javon died, Antoinette left the boy’s body in a room for more than a week, claiming, “God was going to raise Javon from the dead,” the documents show.
Afterward, Antoinette burned the boy’s clothing and a mattress and placed his body in a green suitcase, which she would periodically open and spray with disinfectant to mask the odor, police claim in the court documents.

Snakes in their head. Snakes in their fucking head. Evil fucking bastards.

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Forget the foot in the ass. I say go with redhot pokers.

There is crazy, and then there is kid killing crazy. And that last kind is unforgivable.

There is no God in those people.

speaking of... (you probably covered this, but i've been MIA)

it goes into the "views on capital punishment aside, fry this fucker" category.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/08/14/national/main4351726.shtml

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Federal Judge Limits Access to Cellphone Data washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/09/11/AR2008091103292.html

Has Obama Underestimated McCain? voices.washingtonpost.com/the-trail/2008/09/11/misunderestimating_mccain.html

Sarah Palin: Who Do We Think She Is? washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/09/11/AR2008091103630.html