Our source, “Pam”, spent months undercover in an online community of child molesters, learning their lingo and studying their ways as part of an undergrad research project. The evidence she brought back is truly horrifying, and a quick heads up: Nothing that appears after this paragraph will be the least bit safe for your brain.
A lot of serial killers will have at least some kind of vehicle to transport their victims. Most choose a car to be their very own murder-mobile, (see Bundy or Rifkin), but Alaskan killer Robert Hansen went one step further by using an airplane to carry out his crimes, specifically his beloved Bush Plane. After abducting a topless dancer or prostitute, he would fly his plane over to suitable hunting ground and release them. From there, he would use his wide array of rifles to track and hunt the helpless woman as if she were an animal. Hansen was obsessed with hunting, and had his very own cabin where he mounted huge ram’s heads and antlers. In all, more than 17 women fell victim to Hansen, making him Alaska’s worst serial killer.
tbh why am i even surprised that indian politicians continue to spew bs
1 out of 3 Members of Parliament (MP) are CURRENTLY accused of crimes. And these FIRs include (but are not limited to) electoral misconduct, rape, and murder.
Of Modi’s Party (BJP) 41%, and of Sonia’s Party (Congress) 24% of all MPs are facing criminal charges.
Shiv Sena needs its own fatherfucking bullet point because of all the MPs it has in govt rn fucking 80% are criminals. THIS MEANS A SHIV SENA MP IS MORE LIKELY TO BE A CRIMINAL THAN NOT.
And mind you, don’t think that this means that each MP has only 1 criminal charge filed against them. OH NO. Because a certain Mr. Kameshwar Baitha (Jharkhand) currently faces 46 FUCKING CHARGES INCLUDING MURDER AND ATTEMPTED MURDER. 46 ??? HE SPENDS MORE TIME BEING A CRIMINAL THAN HE SPENDS BEING A POLITICIAN.
And this is by no means an accident. A criminal is more likely to get a party ticket because they have control over the constituency, they are more willing to bend the rules, and they have the power to silence those who try to change the system.
Our government is littered with criminals. Which is why it really shouldn’t surprise me that a politician speaks no differently than a criminal.
In 1636 the magistrates of Boston contracted a carpenter named Edward Palmer to build a set of stocks for the punishment of the town’s criminals. He charged £1 and 13 shillings for building the stocks, a price which the magistrates believed was excessively high. Palmer was charged with extortion, ordered to pay a £5 fine, and punished with an hour in the stocks.