December 10, 2007
Another Madman Gets Away With Murder
The aptly named "insanity defense" has produced yet another outrage against justice in Maine, where 25-year-old Derek Finn-Wilhelmsen, who murdered cabdriver Nunzi Mancini but was found not guilty by reason of our legal system's insanity in 2002, will already be permitted to leave the state hospital without supervision.
Finn-Wilhelmsen shot Nunzi Mancini seven times. But it's okay, because he's crazy.
He also intended to kill his girlfriend and her baby. You can be sure he won't try to kill her again though, because he is barred from going near her.
Maybe we should just bar everyone in mental hospitals from committing any crimes. Then we could set them all loose.
On a tip from David.
Posted by Van Helsing at December 10, 2007 3:24 PM
A dissertation on the most nauseatingly liberal moonbat bumper stickers seen:
Posted by: BUUUUURRRRNING HOT at December 10, 2007 5:56 PM
Above via http://www.redplanetcartoons.com/index.php/2007/12/10/nbc-strikes-again/ where you will also find how NBC's Gaian moonbat nominated the great world mother as Person of the Year.
Posted by: BUUUUURRRRNING HOT at December 10, 2007 5:58 PM
The Dems were supporting the oh-so-much-worse-than-911-attacks-and-beheadings waterboarding back in 2002, including Miss Pelousy.
But of course, they all flipped their flops when it was revealed that mild discomfort was being applied to their Dhimmasters and coould result in a safer nation.
Posted by: BUUUUURRRRNING HOT at December 10, 2007 6:02 PM
>He also intended to kill his girlfriend and her baby.>
It is well known that the authorities don't notify such endangered citizens when the animals are going to be released, even if they PROMASS to do so.
The old "vigilance commities" are looking better all the time.
Posted by: KHarn at December 10, 2007 6:56 PM
Yes, those restraining orders are so helpful. I know of someone who was "restrained" from seeing his wife and kids, but that didn't stop him from attacking her, beating her and breaking her arm.
Posted by: Pam at December 11, 2007 5:40 AM
Posted by: Naomi Wolf at December 11, 2007 6:46 AM