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comment by kleinbl00

lol welcome to my hood

    Authorities believe the suspect killed his wife and dismembered her body in an abandoned Pasadena restaurant, placing her remains in a suitcase that he then carried aboard a Metro Gold Line train.

    Five stops later, he hopped off in Cypress Park and rode his bicycle — the suitcase still in tow — to the parking lot of a Home Depot. There, police say, the man lit the grisly package on fire.




tacocat  ·  138 days ago  ·  link  ·  

I'm not up to date on the details of the suitcase hidden off I-985 but they only found it due to some construction there. My opinion is more like "that was a good hiding place" instead of "this is Atlanta, of course there's going to be roadwork,dumbass"

Now I feel a little bad for examining the finer points of getting away with murder. Not that I haven't had similar discussions in real life and come to the conclusion that pig farmers can commit murder almost indiscriminately

kleinbl00  ·  138 days ago  ·  link  ·  

    Not that I haven't had similar discussions in real life and come to the conclusion that pig farmers can commit murder almost indiscriminately

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2016/02/23/worst-serial-killer-in-history-who-fed-prostitutes-to-pigs-sparks-rage-by-publishing-book/?utm_term=.6cea7898973e

tacocat  ·  138 days ago  ·  link  ·  

    Robert Pickton sat in a Vancouver, B.C., jail cell and lamented that his quest to kill 50 women had come up just short.

Damned if that ain't a perfect above the fold opening line

kleinbl00  ·  138 days ago  ·  link  ·  

Pickton is something out of a Thomas Harris novel. He and his brother used to cruise East Hastings for prostitutes and then haul them back to the pig farm. And since nobody gives a shit about (A) East Hastings prostitutes (B) pig farmers they rolled for like 12 years.