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    I'm mad at white people for having zero survival skills

    These ppl need to be put to death!
  • Vader_F_KennedyVader_F_Kennedy Behind MissKPosts: 17,700 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited September 2016
    Jacob wetterling 11 year old boy who went missing in 1989 remains have been found ...


    On Sunday, October 22, 1989, just after 9:00 p.m. (CDT), Jacob Wetterling (11), his younger brother Trevor (10), and a friend Aaron Larson (11), were biking home from a Tom Thumb convenience store where they had gone to rent a video,[4] when Daniel Heinrich, who was wearing a stocking cap mask and was armed with an unloaded revolver, came out of a driveway and ordered the boys to throw their bikes into a ditch and lie face down on the ground. He then asked each boy his age. Jacob's brother was told to run toward a nearby wooded area and not look back or else he would be shot. Heinrich then demanded to view the faces of the two remaining boys. He picked Jacob, and told his friend to run away and not look back otherwise he would shoot.[5] This was the last time Jacob was ever seen alive.

    On September 1, 2016, the FBI recovered human remains from a pasture near Paynesville, Minnesota, about 30 miles (48 km) from the site of the abduction. On September 3 the family announced the remains were those of Jacob, and local law enforcement stated that confirmation of their identity had been obtained through dental records.[1][2] The location was revealed by Danny Heinrich, a longtime person of interest in the case, who had recently been charged with 25 counts of child pornography. On September 6, 2016, Heinrich confessed to kidnapping and murdering Wetterling.[3]

    At a court hearing before Judge Jack Tunheim of the United States District Court in Minneapolis, as part of a plea agreement in which he plead guilty to one count of the 25 federal child pornography charges brought against him, Heinrich testified that he kidnapped and killed Jacob Wetterling. He described kidnapping and handcuffing the boy, driving him to a gravel pit near Paynesville, molesting him, shooting him, and burying his body. Heinrich said he was able to avoid police that night by listening to a police scanner.[17][18] He said he came back to the site a year later and moved the body, after noticing Wetterling's jacket had become exposed.[3]

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    Post moar scary stuff
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  • Lou_CypherLou_Cypher E.L.E.: Everybody Love Everybody Arkham AsylumPosts: 48,281 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Dunno if these were posted or not, but i saw these yesterday and while they are just speculation, they were pretty interesting to me.

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    Meet The Forgotten "Hitler" Who Killed 15 Million Africans...

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    Can we get a fuckn sticky?!??
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    [genie walks in freedom for the first time.

    "When Genie was a baby her father decided that she was severely mentally retarded, causing him to dislike her and withhold as much care and attention as possible. Around the time she reached the age of 20 months Genie's father decided to keep her as socially isolated as possible, so from that point until she reached 13 years, 7 months, he kept her locked alone in a room. During this time he almost always strapped her to a child's toilet or bound her in a crib with her arms and legs completely immobilized, forbade anyone from interacting with her, and left her severely malnourished. Genie is a ward of the state of California, and is living in an undisclosed location in the Los Angeles area. In May 2008, ABC News reported that someone who spoke under condition of anonymity had hired a private investigator who located Genie in 2000. She was reportedly living a relatively simple lifestyle in a small private facility for mentally underdeveloped adults, and appeared to be happy. Although she only spoke a few words, she could still communicate fairly well in sign language"
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    The disturbing picture above is not a still shot from a horror movie, but rather is a hospital-room photo of Blanche Monnier, a French girl who was kept captive for 25 years in a padlocked, shuttered room where she was forced to live amidst pests, rats, human excrement, and filth. Her discovery occurred on May 23, 1901 after the Paris Attorney Generalreceived an anonymous letter indicating a woman was being held captive in a home located on “21 rue de la Visitation” street in a wealthy neighborhood of Poiters, France.

    The anonymous letter read in part:

    “Monsieur Attorney General: I have the honor to inform you of an exceptionally serious occurrence. I speak of a spinster who is locked up in Madame Monnier’s house, half starved, and living on a putrid litter for the past twenty-five years – in a word, in her own filth.”

    The letter surprised the police as they knew that 75-year-old widower, Madame Louise Monnier Demarconnay and her son Marcel Monnier, a law-school graduate and previous sub-prefect of Puget Théniers, lived at the address noted in the letter. The Monnier family were an upper-middle class family who hailed from the aristocratic Poitiers family and were honored in the region (the Paris suburb of Poitiers was named after). Madame Louise’s husband, Emile Monnier, who had been the head of a local arts faculty, died in 1879, many years earlier. The family had even earned the prestigious Committee of Good Works award, a prize honoring citizens who displayed the highest of virtues. On the other hand, police recalled that 25 years prior, without drawing any suspicion from the authorities, their daughter, Blanche Monnier, a “joyous and playful” woman with a “wealth of beautiful hair and big, brilliant eyes”, disappeared without a trace when she was 25 years old.

    Police discover the captive woman shuttered in a dark room
    Police arrived at the home, forced the door open, and found an emaciated Blanche Monnier lying in a pool of feces and food debris on a bed in an upstairs room. Her head hidden under the covers, the 49-year-old woman, who now weighed a mere 55 pounds, was naked, scared and deranged. She hadn’t seen the Sun in 24 years. A witness to the event described how Blanche was discovered:

    “We immediately gave the order to open the casement window. This was done with great difficulty, for the old dark-colored curtains fell down in a heavy shower of dust. To open the shutters, it was necessary to remove them from their right hinges. As soon as light entered the room, we noticed, in the back, lying on a bed, her head and body covered by a repulsively filthy blanket, a woman identified as Mademoiselle Blanche Monnier. The unfortunate woman was lying completely naked on a rotten straw mattress. All around her was formed a sort of crust made from excrement, fragments of meat, vegetables, fish, and rotten bread. We also saw oyster shells and bugs running across Mademoiselle Monnier’s bed. The air was so unbreathable, the odor given off by the room was so rank, that it was impossible for us to stay any longer to proceed with our investigation.”

    Blanche’s health
    The terrified woman was quickly wrapped in a blanket and rushed to the Hôtel-Dieu Hospital in Paris where doctors initially thought that she would die. Blanche’s mother, 75-year-old Madame Monnier, was found sitting calmly in the living room garbed in a dressing gown decorated with little black and white squares. Police searched the home and questioned both the mother and brother.

    At the hospital, workers noted that Blanche took great pleasure at being washed and able to breathe clean air. She exclaimed, “How lovely it is.” They noted that she had a great aversion to light, according to her instincts, she couldn’t stand it. Despite claims by Blanche’s brother that she was “foul, angry, overly excited, and full of rage”, doctors noted that Blanche was calm, never wavering for a moment into fits of anger or excitement.

    Imprisoned in her room for 25 years, she refused to forsake her true love
    During the subsequent investigation, the truth began to trickle forth (although many questions remain unanswered to this day). Around her twenty-fifth year, Blanch Monnier fell in love with an older attorney who lived nearby, possibly even bearing a child from the liaison. Her mother forbade the relationship, first arguing, then pleading, and when Blanche refused to not marry the “penniless lawyer”, Louise plotted with her son to develop a plan to stop the marriage. One night Blanche was locked in an upper room of the house until she agreed to abandon the relationship. The mother thought at the time that the girl would relent and agree to her demands.

    A June 9, 1901 New York Times article explained what happened next:

    “Time passed and Blanche was no longer young. The attorney she so loved died in 1885. During all that time the girl was confined in the lonely room, fed with scraps from the mother’s table – when she received any food at all. Her only companions were the rats that gathered to eat the hard crusts that she threw upon the floor. Not a ray of light penetrated her dungeon, and what she suffered can only be surmised.”

    Time passed slowly for Blanche, who spent the next 25 years locked away in the room.

    Blanche’s brother, Marcel, would later claim that Blanche was insane, and never attempted to escape the locked and shuttered room. But according to court testimony, several witnesses claimed that they often heard Blanche screaming and pleading, including clear mentions of words such as “police”, “pity”, and “freedom”. On August 16, 1892, one witness heard Blanche scream the following words:

    “What have I done to be locked up? I don’t deserve this horrible torture. God must not exist then, to let his creatures suffer in this way? And no one to come to my rescue!”

    Her brother, Marcel, stood trial alone, accused of being his mother’s accomplice. The trial opened on October 7, 1901. Four days later, Marcel was found guilty and sentenced to 15 months in prison. The judgment on October 11 raised applause in the courtroom and outside on the Palace Square, the crowd showed their approval, screaming and shouting hostile threats at the convicted man. Marcel immediately appealed the verdict and in a judgment announced on November 20, 1901, the court of appeal found that he had exercised no violence on the woman and hence, he was acquitted and released from jail.

    Although Blanche Monnier did put on some weight over time, she never regained her sanity. She died in a Blois psychiatric hospital in 1913, 12 years after she was discovered captive in her room.

    Additional Notes:
    savior remains a mystery.

    Name variants
    The captive woman’s name was Blanche Monnier. In historical documents, her name was often changed to protect her identity. At times she has been incorrectly referenced by various authors as Melanie Blanche.

    Photos and documents
    Additional historical photos and document scans regarding the Blanche Monnier case may be viewed below.
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