According to an Associated Press report, the Austrian man now being referred to in the media as a "monster" due to the facts he held captive for more than 20 years, repeatedly raped and repeatedly impregnated his own daughter in addition to holding captive all of the resulting inbred children . . .and possibly raping one of them . . . is offended by the reference.
Do we care? Does anyone honestly give a flying fig what this man thinks about being labeled as such due to his horrific and unthinkable crimes?
I think 'monster' is a kinder and more generous word than I, personally, would use.
Taking it one step further, the man justifies his offense by saying that without him one of his inbred children would be dead. He fails to address the issue that one of them IS dead and was incinerated by him. His attitude suggests he thinks he should be shown some type of consideration or mercy because one of his inbred children conceived by rape is in a medically-induced coma in the hospital.
Gimme a freakin' break.
Associated Press Video Brief:
He has admitted his crimes to police, and the photos of his "house of horrors" as it is being called, are all over the news and the internet. If I understand correctly, the incestuous partnering with his daughter whom he held hostage and hid from his wife/her own mother, is being questioned by his attorney as to whether it was rape or not, and should therefore be referred to as "alleged".
Yeah, cause young women held hostage and hidden in dank basement dugouts are all about 20+ years worth of repeated consensual sex with daddy - and repeatedly having inbred children with him while having no contact with the outside world. ~please note the sarcasm~
So now that I have shared how I feel about it, what are YOUR thoughts?
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