Thursday, December 22, 2005

The faces of evil


A couple who, along with their two sons and a teenager, imprisoned and tortured their daughter-in-law for months before murdering her were jailed for life yesterday.

In a case reminiscent of the Fred and Rosemary West murders, Rachel Hudson, 20, a mother of two, was kept locked up and abused.

Her broken body, weighing just six stone and covered in burns and bruises, was found dumped in a rolled-up carpet in the grounds of Newstead Abbey, Notts.

Eleven of her ribs were fractured and her mouth was so badly injured that her bottom lip had become detached.

Can anyone think of a better argument for capital punishment than these five fuckers? Can anyone think of one, single, solitary reason why these bastards should be allowed to live, especially at our expense, for the next 20 years? There is nothing to redeem them; this was cold, calculating torture, sustained over the course of months; this was no spur-of-the-moment, no-time-to-consult-your-conscience thing. Fucking kill them. And painfully.

Are these people the pinnacle of evolution? Is this what the human race is? No. I consider them less than animals: I eat animals and enjoy the experience. I wouldn't eat these filthy examples of blood and bone. I would happily pull the lever.

Via Allan, who is also mildly annoyed.

UPDATE: Seriously, look at those bastards. Just look at their faces; none of them have a portrait in their attic. They might have a young woman being tortured to death there though. Really, how can I express my anger? There simply is no excuse for them. They should be hanged, drawn and quartered in the public square, but only after every member of the watching public has been allowed to put cigarettes out on these evil fuckers' genitals.

I'm going to go and take some valium now, in order not to get worked up over the actions of these absolute cunts.


MatGB said...

I'll admit that it's one of those cases that makes me pause a little.

I just do not understand how people are socialised in such a way as to think that behaviour is acceptable. They're warped.

Doesn't mean I'll change my position on revenge killing sponsored by the state, but it does show that sometimes there are cases deserving to be put down.

Devil's Kitchen said...

It's not revenge killing. It is removing people, for everyone else's benefit, in the quickest and cheapest way possible.

There is no element of doubt in this case. There are absolutely no mitigating circumstances. They will cost us a fortune over the next few years.

Put them down, as you would a rabid dog.


snooo said...

I wouldn't say it would make me in favour of capital punishment, but... it did almost make me throw up yesterday. These people need to be watched for the rest of their lives. I hate to say it, but I'd be scared it they had kids again.

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