Eerie/creepy photos. **UPDATED** - Final tweets.

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80+ break ins! You said it, his sexual perversions became out of control. Started as a deviant to a full blown sex fiend breaking into houses.

The video doesn't really cover all of his crimes but analyzes the techniques, strategy of the interrogation. Fascinating how sharp these detectives are, what starts as a normal interview, he told his wife he would be back for dinner eventually unravels and gives a full confession.
Yep, he had multiple Tupperware containers hidden away with women's underwear neatly folded in them. He'd do like BTK did and often pose in the women's underwear and take picture of himself. He also had lots of pictures of his victims where he'd make them pose in very provocative manners after he tied them up and got them under his control. The guy had a major malfunction going on and what started out as petty stuff got turned into some vicious shit and serious felonies.

After he was convicted, the Canadian Air Force Base where he was commander took all this stuff that remained on base and burned it.
 
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I'm at work. Is that Jim can't swim? Have thought about putting a few of his vids in here. I think someone from this place put me onto his channel, back when this place was something other than a conspiracy-rotten cesspool of dumb cunts and spammers.

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Haggis randomly complaining about spammers on a Sunday. In response to.....nobody. Bitching about spammers by spamming negativity about other people? There's an irony.

What a fucking human turd! :rofl Right little drama queen aren't we petal? You sure you weren't born a girl because it seems like roughly once a month you get some sand in your vagina about a non issue and throw a hissy fit.
 
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Yep, he had multiple Tupperware containers hidden away with women's underwear neatly folded in them. He'd do like BTK did and often pose in the women's underwear and take picture of himself. He also had lots of pictures of his victims where he'd make them pose in very provocative manners after he tied them up and got them under his control. The guy had a major malfunction going on and what started out as petty stuff got turned into some vicious shit and serious felonies.

After he was convicted, the Canadian Air Force Base where he was commander took all this stuff that remained on base and burned it.
Fucking hell!

Did he go on to kill?
 
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Yes, he killed 2 women.
And one was one of the personnel he had worked with on the base. She was 37 yrs. old and his last victim if I recall correctly. That is the one where a neighbor saw an SUV parked in a lot near her house and thought how odd that was since it had never been parked there before. The cops got pictures of the tire impressions and took plaster casts and also found footprints near her house in the dirt.

They set up roadblocks around town and he happened to be stopped and questioned and the cops saw the tires on his vehicle matched the type they were looking for and they put him under surveillance before bringing him in for questioning. Stupid bastard wore the exact same boots to the police station that left the impressions at the woman's house and they were taken for comparison. Game over once the search warrants were issued and executed.


ETA: Correction. His last victim was 27 yr. old Jessica Lloyd and that is where the cops took tire and footprint impressions. He had killed the Corporal from the base at an earlier date.
 
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Police officer in America walks through high school firing blanks while students wait in classrooms, learning what an active shooter sounds like:



Woman escapes a close call:


Snowboarder Marco Siffredi beginning his descent down Everest on a snowboard. This would be the last time he was ever seen


Red Cross nurse writing down the last words of a mortally injured soldier, 1917:



Kerry Rader with her father Dennis on her wedding day. He is better known as the BTK (Bind, Torture, Kill) serial murderer of 10. He was about 18 months away from being arrested. Clarification - she was not marrying her father.


And here they are about to leave for her high school graduation:






Year book photo of American highschool football star turned Mexican cartel leader, La Barbie
Edgar Valdez Villarreal (born August 11, 1973) also known as La Barbie (“The Barbie”), is a Mexican-American, born and raised in the United States, who was arrested near Mexico City in August 2010 on charges related to large scale drug trafficking with the Beltrán-Leyva Cartel.

Valdez was born and raised in Laredo, Texas. He was a popular high school football player. Valdez’s nickname, La Barbie, came from his American football coach at United High School; because of his light skin, green eyes, and facial features, he was compared to a Ken doll, but he had little hair.

Valdez’s first arrest came at the age of nineteen in Texas, where he was charged with criminally negligent homicide for running over a middle school counselor with his truck while speeding down a Laredo street. He was not indicted. He became a marijuana dealer on the streets of Laredo while still in high school. He turned down his father’s offer to finance a college education in order to focus on his business, but was soon indicted on charges of distributing marijuana. He fled to Mexico to avoid capture, where he allegedly joined the Beltrán-Leyva Cartel and quickly moved up through the ranks due to his connections in the United States.

Valdez worked for several years as a cartel lieutenant before rising to a leadership position in an enforcement squad called Los Negros. Following the death of cartel boss Arturo Beltrán Leyva in late 2009, Valdez fought a bloody and protracted gang war for control of the cartel resulting in over 150 deaths. He employed techniques such as videotaped torture and decapitation.




Interview with a captured La Barbie:



More later, if I still don't have much to do. :thumbsup

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Got a friend who is a teacher in Texas. They do drills where they have to barricade the door and the sound of gunshots are played through the speakers and the smell of gunpowder piped into the rooms.

How can there be an atmosphere for learning in that environment?

In the 1970's we used to do duck and cover drills to prepare for Russia nuking the US. It didn't effect learning at all.
 
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Got a friend who is a teacher in Texas. They do drills where they have to barricade the door and the sound of gunshots are played through the speakers and the smell of gunpowder piped into the rooms.

How can there be an atmosphere for learning in that environment?
Exactly this!!!
I guess practising the drills and being prepared isn't overly bad. But how they expect a stable environment for students to learn and grow when they very well coud be doing that stuff for real one any given day is beyond me.

In the 1970's we used to do duck and cover drills to prepare for Russia nuking the US. It didn't effect learning at all.
Now I don't know a lot about the ol cold war. But I imagine the day to day lives of school children who likely didn't have much clue about the political situation or danger of something that was being fought through with a lot of restraint on both sides and that if it did go sideways there would have been warning alarms etc etc.. also something that had never actually happened so I'd say there would have been a lot of the "oh that'll never happen mentality going on....... I doubt that stacks up to the very real threat that at any given moment in any given school some nut case armed to the teeth with an assault rifle can turn up and start busting off indiscriminately.... Especially when that is happening all across the country on what, a monthly? weekly? daily? basis.

Also what kind of bullshit is this "When I was in school we had W problem that didn't affect X situation. So therefore Y problem wont cause any distrubtions in Z situation"
 
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You know nothing of what happened over there.

If the Serbs were such cunts, why did the muslims need to bomb themselves and lay the blame on the Serbs?

You know that the US was funneling weapons to the Muslims in Sarajevo despite the arms embargo, don't you?

Was Sarajevo all civilian or was the muslim army present and fighting from there?

It's the Serbs who showed restraint in that war. They could've easily rolled over the muslims and croats had they decided.


Stop making excuses for the filthy murdering swine
 
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Very interesting when he decides to confess. Always amazes me how calm people are describing crimes.
That's because the people that commit these types, and volumes of crimes are sociopaths who lack a conscience. Look at how calmly Dennis Rader, Richard Kuklinski, Gary Ridgeway, Jeffrey Dahmer, etc. all described how they killed their victims without any hint of remorse or shame in the things they did.

Give a listen to Dennis Rader recounting how he killed the Otero family, his first victims. He killed the mother, father, a young son and a young daughter and the only one spared was the older son who was not home at the time. He very clinically recalls how he got them under control, how he tied them up, what sequence he killed them in, how he left the bodies displayed, etc.----------------all in a very matter of fact, unemotional voice like he was reading "How To" instructions from an owner's manual.
 
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That's because the people that commit these types, and volumes of crimes are sociopaths who lack a conscience. Look at how calmly Dennis Rader, Richard Kuklinski, Gary Ridgeway, Jeffrey Dahmer, etc. all described how they killed their victims without any hint of remorse or shame in the things they did.

Give a listen to Dennis Rader recounting how he killed the Otero family, his first victims. He killed the mother, father, a young son and a young daughter and the only one spared was the older son who was not home at the time. He very clinically recalls how he got them under control, how he tied them up, what sequence he killed them in, how he left the bodies displayed, etc.----------------all in a very matter of fact, unemotional voice like he was reading "How To" instructions from an owner's manual.
Yeah I remember seeing the Rader and thinking the same.

The calmness still get me. As you say, almost as if reading an instruction manual.
 
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