Dutch filmmaker Theo Van Gogh’s jihadist killer – 27-year-old Dutch-Moroccan national Mohammed Bouyeri – has dramatically confessed in the Amsterdam court room. Bouyeri elaborated:
“I can assure you that one day, should I be set free, I would do exactly the same, exactly the same,” he said, speaking slowly in sometimes halted Dutch.
He said he felt an obligation to Van Gogh’s mother Anneke, present in court, to speak, but offered no sympathy.
“I have to admit I do not feel for you, I do not feel your pain, I cannot — I don’t know what it is like to lose a child,” he said as Van Gogh’s family and friends looked on.
“I cannot feel for you … because I believe you are an infidel,” he added.
In our world, this is how we would define a sociopath. What a gulf there is between the West and the jihadist mind.
Pieter Dorsman of Peaktalk has been following the trial in his native tongue (scroll down).
Here in my native Hollywood, it’s as if this trial of the murder of a filmmaker (for his work) never happened. Theo Van Gogh – who’s that?