March 30, 2004

"Not Everyone Deserves a Trial"

Lately I have not had much to say on this weblog because it seems very few things get me emotional enough to express my feelings to everyone who wants to know. What got me to write this time is a story from the Philadelphia Daily News about a little girl, Destiny Wright, that was strangled, raped, and killed by a twenty year old man.

This is not much to say besides the fact that, that guy is an animal and should get strangled, raped and beat just like he did to the innocent six year old. I am a person to always say "There's two sides to a story", but def. not when it involves little children. I do not understand why the are giving this dirtball a trial. He doesn't deserve one and no one should be defending him. I do not want to hear that he displayed "a lack of thought" because I do not care. There is no explanation for what he did. Some things are just wrong no ifs ands or buts. I do not know the family that had to face this tragic event but if I were them I would shot that guy right in his face. I am sorry if I upset anyone but I am not sorry that I feel this way.

Posted by GinaBurgese at March 30, 2004 5:24 PM

Between this and your "let's burn down the house" stance with the God Is Just Pretend guy, I find it hard to believe that your entire blog isn't just some troll, carefully crafted to attract Google hits and provoke outraged responses.

But you're for real, right?

Do you realize what a terrible place America would be if most people thought like you do? Have you grown up at all since your 2004 posts? Just curious.

Posted by: John at November 10, 2005 5:20 PM

Well John, my blog is not some troll that was carefully crafted to attract Google hits and I am serious.

America would not be such a terrible place if they locked up the people who were guilty. The reasons why I have the opinions that I do are very well stated and if you don't like it don't bother looking up and reading my work. I don't see my work as immature, just you.

Posted by: Gina at November 15, 2005 9:53 PM
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