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August 1, 2013 - 12:42 pm

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Michelle Knight was the only victim who spoke at the hearing:

Ariel Castro, I remember all the times you came home … and talked about other things and said at least I didn’t kill you.  You took 11 years of my life away and I have got it back. I spent 11 years in hell and now your hell is just beginning. I will overcome this. From this moment on, I won’t let this affect me. I will live and you will die a little every day as you think about it.

Russo scolded Castro for claiming he was a victim: “You are a victimizer.” He said Castro should not receive anything other than consecutive sentences for the multiple charges: “You are too dangerous.”

Judge Russo sentenced him to lifetime incarceration without the possibility of parole on the murder charge. He then began the agonizing process of reading the hundreds of rape, kidnapping, and sexual predator charges and sentenced Castro to hundreds of years of incarceration.

In imposing consecutive lifetime sentences that amount to 1000 years to life, Russo said, “The harm is so unusual in a completely negative sense that you took three young women out of the significant relationships they had with their families and their community at a time in their lives and you treated them like slaves, as if they were not people, like they were sex objects.”

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I'm sick of monsters who claim they're merely sick. Does that make me a monster?
51 weeks ago
51 weeks ago Link To Comment
Murder? Of a fetus? How's that?

"Fetus" is Liberal/Latin for "disposable non-human mass of cells."

Our nation has "murdered" something like 54 million fetuses since 1973, and the abortion practitioners are wealthy, honored... and walking around free.

Why is this guy called a sick monster while President Obama thanks God for tax-funded Planned Parenthood?

51 weeks ago
51 weeks ago Link To Comment
The mind boggles. At the risk of being accused of having an "overly simplistic Manichean view of humanity" I think we can safely say this guy is just pure evil. (Also, per Hannah Arnedt, he's incredibly "banal" to boot.) The Left has done a remarkable job eliminating the concept of "good" and "evil" in society. They have successfully substituted the notion of "victim" (good) and "victimizer" (bad.) The key difference between the two worldviews is that the world of the victim and victimizer also requires a third party - the "victim advocate." This is the individual (usually self-appointed) who determines who is a "victim" and what sort of reparations they should get from the "victimizer." In this view the victim is almost an inanimate object who can only become fully realized with the aid of the "advocate." The beauty of this is that most of us know the difference between "good and evil." In the "victim/victimizer" culture it is the victim advocate who TELLS you if you are entitled to be a victim or not. Thus a thriving industry is born and moral relativism triumphs. I can understand why Mr. Castro made such a pitch in court. It has worked so well for so long for others.
51 weeks ago
51 weeks ago Link To Comment
Never has your excellent concept been more fully realized than with the case of Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman. Those who still understand the concepts of good and evil came down squarely on one side, while the victim advocates (sometimes known as race hustlers) came down firmly on the other.
51 weeks ago
51 weeks ago Link To Comment
Yeah, some shrink counseled Castro that he was simply suffering an addiction, a sex addiction, just like an alcohol addiction,and wasn't really to blame for his own unbelievably disgusting behavior.

Ariel took that to heart, obviously, and spouted that stuff all over the airwaves yesterday.

Shrinks are sick.
51 weeks ago
51 weeks ago Link To Comment
What's with a sentence of "life w/o parole plus 1,000 years"?

What's that extra 1,000 years worth? It's idiotic.
51 weeks ago
51 weeks ago Link To Comment
No it's not. You have to understand the way the system works. Life without parole means just that to you and me, but it does NOT mean that to the penal system.

Life plus 1,000 is making sure he doesn't get out for good behavior.
51 weeks ago
51 weeks ago Link To Comment
I look into the eyes of this man and he seem to be nice guy. I could see how he get away with it talking so nice. He seem to have same demon as Thomas Jefferson who do his business with his sex lives chained to the bed and hero to many.
Then I read this about Christains who seem to share same demon as this nice appearing "monster"
"Could half of Christian men have a problem with porn, as so many of the statistics say? Porn is reported to be a 12 billion dollar industry in the U.S… 50 percent of men viewed pornography within one week of attending a Promise Keepers stadium event… 54 percent of pastors said they viewed porn within the past year in a Pastors.com survey… in a 2003 Focus on the Family poll 47 percent of respondents said porn is a problem in their home."
Then last night I watch this Frontline about how predatory capitalism is chaining our elderly to death beds and charging 3,500 to 5000 dollars a month , Emeritus Senior Living ,darling of Wall street, was under the gun
What about USA being now joined at the hip with Atheist communist capitalist Red China who seem to perfecting the chaining people business to stop global warming too much methane from cow and human
51 weeks ago
51 weeks ago Link To Comment
He is sick, but not the psychobabble b.s. sick the social scientists claim. He's morally sick, a twisted soul dead sociopath who ruined three lives because he gave himself over to self gratification and perversity. May he get a few moments alone with someone like the savage that sent Jeffrey Dahmer to hell before his time.
Instead the state will probably stick this piece of crap in protective custody to live out his days without remorse until he stands before a just and righteous God.
51 weeks ago
51 weeks ago Link To Comment
Justice won't be done until other prisoners snuff him out.
51 weeks ago
51 weeks ago Link To Comment
He should be sealed in plastic and flung into the sun.
51 weeks ago
51 weeks ago Link To Comment
This is a common, even in some sense a normal, reaction to this kind of thing.

This is why we have a prohibition against "cruel and unusual punishment".


Hanging will do.
51 weeks ago
51 weeks ago Link To Comment
This is nothing more than the sickness that comes from believing that the root cause of society's ills always lie outside one's self and never with one's self.
51 weeks ago
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