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No.

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But not long ago there was a case of a neighbor murdering innocent neighbors, as well as one last year. Thankfully the murderers were soon caught.

Was this guy out on bail before his scheduled court apprearance?

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Re: Was he out on bail?

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Yes, the trial is supposed to last about 5 weeks.

The scene must have been quite gruesome. It's hard to believe that someone could do this and still be judged "sane/fit to stand trial".

Perhaps you don't have to be sane.

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Yeah, I remember him...

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... I think I even saved a copy of his picture since he looked so much like an ax murderer.

Yep, I keep a photo reference file for graphics jobs and here he is in the "villains" file. Has one creepy stare to him.

grim

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Is this the photo?

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Oh yeah, thats the picture allright!

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It's the eyes... a little too wide open,,, a little too unfocused.

grim

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He does have that "Runaway Bride" thing going, doesn't he

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Devil
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My dream girl!

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Devil
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that 'caught in the headlights' openness

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(NT) Man, she is scary!

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after photo: chainsaw, a hatchet, a homemade sword, a knife

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seems natural and not suspect. he looks like he wants to stay close and personal. a touchy-feely kind of lad.

interesting, I have never seen a reverse mullet before, that should have not allowed entry in itself.

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Re: reverse mullet

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I like that.

Did you ever watch the prison show on HBO "Oz" Shillinger had a pair of eyes tattooed on the back of his bald head.

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In the russian prison system

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eye's tattooed on a person indicates they are lower than low, a sexual plaything whether they wish to be or not.

The things you learn from the Discovery channel!

When I first saw the guys hair cut it took me back to a band on the radio from high school days. FLOCK OF SEAGULLS" had a video for the song "She Ran" (I think that was the name) where the guy had a similar hair cut.

grim

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japanese mafia, russian prison system--

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pix of the perp. the discovery channel? or is there more to these tales

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yep, caught a few, I knew I never wanted to go to prison

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I was over-convinced after that show. instead of driver's ed, maybe they should show 'oz' to the kiddies.

unfortunately probably some would want to go to prison more than ever. free will may be hazardous..... etc.

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I'll be the guy

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Ah, Capt Beck gives good advice, eh...

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"When Sernersheim asked Despres why he was carrying a chainsaw, he answered that someone named Captain Beck told him to report to U.S. wearing white pants and carrying a chainsaw."

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