Three Murderers Inspired by Dexter

Mark Twitchell: The canadian aspiring filmmaker lured John Brian Altinger to his murder garage by pretending to be a woman in the dating site Plenty of Fish. He murdered and dismembered him, dumping the body parts in several sewers. It wasn’t his first try; he had abducted a man in the same way before but he had managed to escape. Twitchell had made a short horror film with the same modus operandi as the murder and police found a document he authored called “SK Confessions”, a sort of journal that described his progression into a serial killer. After he was found guilty in 2011, he kept watching Dexter in jail.

Andrew Conley: He was 17 years old and had been thinking about murder for years when he finally followed the steps of his fictional idol and strangled his little brother Conner (10) during 20 minutes, until he was sure he was dead. He later compared his cravings for murder to wanting a burger and revealed he fantasized about killing his father.

Steven Miles: The 16 year old british teenager stabbed and dismembered his girlfriend Elizabeth Thomas (17) in his bedroom to emulate his favorite character. He later claimed that he had an alter ego called Ed that demanded him to kill someone. He received a 25 year sentence in 2014.

Planned Parenthood perpetrates evil deeds. And in perpetrating evil deeds, the men and women who work for Planned Parenthood become hardened against human dignity. They lose their ethical sense. They calculate the financial benefit of depravity. Yet these men and women were made for eternal life, and for unity with Jesus Christ. Behind every depravity there is a soul, in danger of being lost forever.

Mike Conley of the Memphis Grizzlies shoots a layup against the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game Two of the Western Conference Semifinals during the 2013 NBA Playoffs on May 7, 2013 at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

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Mike Conley of the Memphis Grizzlies shoots a layup against against the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game Four of the Western Conference Semifinals during the 2013 NBA Playoffs on May 13, 2013 at FedExForum in Memphis, Tennessee.

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The Jet Report Aug 30 Rewind:

FB John Connor injured his ankle Monday night against the Giants but Rex Ryan hopes to have him ready by week one against Dallas. Don’t be shocked to see former FB Tony Richardson’s name pop up over the next few days should Connor’s situation take a turn for the worse.

The Jets released K Nick Novak, ending a battle for the kicker’s job that never really heated up to intense proportions. Folk has been steady on field goals and kickoffs this preseason and althohg Novak has been solid as well, it was Folk’s job to lose.

Punter Chris Bryan was cut as well, leaving those duties to TJ Conley, who lost the competition to Steve Weatherford in 2010. Conley appears to be safe. Jets nation though, has raised the question of whether the Jets may still be consider the loser of the Giants punting battle between Weatherford (now a Giant) and Matt Dodge, as a last second option.