In Dylann’s mugshot you can see that he is wearing an anti-suicide smock, this is because his mugshot was taken whilst he was on suicide-watch. The photos above show what the smock looks like, it goes all the way down to the prisoners ankles, like a gown. The smock is a tear-resistant garment that is used to prevent a prisoner from forming a noose with it to commit suicide.
the tcc works better than the US government when there is a new shooting
out of nowhere someone find 20+ childhood photos of the killer, before the shooter even dies the shooters autopsy report has been reblogged 3790 times a group of people screen shot every social media they have and find them on match.com ,in the corner people are hurrying to make side blogs and change their name to the shooters name before someone takes the username, next thing you know they have a massive tag for the shooter flower crowns, poems and their 3rd grade essay that they wrote including their elemantry school drawing they did in art class is trending
Varg Vikernes smiling for the camera while receiving sentence.
In 1994, Vikernes born Kristian Vikernes (11 February 1973) was convicted of stabbing
his Mayhem bandmate Øystein Aarseth to death, known by his stage name Euronymous. Vikernes was further convicted of four counts of arson involving the burnings of historic churches, and was sentenced to 21 years in prison.
Vikernes was rumored to have been motivated both by paganism and theistic Satanism, but has denied he was ever a Satanist or has any belief in that God (or the Devil) exists.
Having served almost 16 years of a 21-year prison sentence, it was announced on 10 March 2009 that Vikernes would be released on parole. On 22 May 2009 Vikernes confirmed that he was released.
‘‘I think it’s safe to say that no one in their right mind wants to go into a church and kill people. In my confession to the FBI I told them I had to do it, but obviously that’s not really true. I didn’t have to do it and no one made me do it. What I meant when I said that was I felt like I had to do it and I still feel like I had to do it.’’ — Dylann Storm Roof