Friday, November 17, 2006

Girls beheaded, but it was revenge

Story: "Prosecutors allege that he and two other defendants ordered the Oct. 29, 2005, murders of the girls as they walked to school on Sulawesi, the scene of religious clashes that left at least 1,000 people dead from 1998 to 2002.The men are being charged under Indonesia's tough anti-terrorism laws and face possible death sentences if convicted.
"I was indeed involved in the beheadings," said Hasanuddin, who goes by only one name, adding that he was motivated by anger "because authorities did nothing to avenge the massacres of Muslims."
Prosecutors said Hasanuddin was the ringleader — buying the machetes and plastic bags to put the girls' heads in — and leaving a handwritten note at the scene vowing more killings."

Evil... Kidnap 4 teenage girls off the street as they walk to school, one escapes, and slowly behead the other 3 with a machete, dump the heads into plastic bags and leave a note warning others? And all of this, for an alleged incedent that happened about 6 years ago!
What sick, evil mind takes three innocents off the streets, and beheads them because they are christian, 'uncovered' girls, and considers that justice for the incedent 6 years ago?

And in response:
""We are not cold-blooded killers," Hasanuddin, 34, told the Central Jakarta District Court. "We just wanted revenge.""

Right, that makes a huge difference. You still killed 3 innocent teenagers for no reason.

Thankfully, Indonesia is taking the hard line on its justice.

3 comments:

Detective J said...

WOW, how sad. I will be praying for the families of these teens.

Anonymous said...

How exactly does the desire for revenge make you a "warm-blooded" killer rather than "cold-blooded"? Of course, what kind of reasoning are we expecting out of guys who do this sort of thing?

By the way, I was wondering, Palm Boy, if you could give a shout-out to a new blog I started, called "The Christmas Watch" (www.thechristmaswatch.blogspot.com) It's all about posting news on the battle over Christmas. What are particular stores doing; politicians; celebrities; television; radio; etc..

I think I'm going to try to keep it unbiased and focused on that, though I'm thinking I might let some differing opinions ON Christmas post.
I'm looking for teammembers, because I don't know if I can keep it updated enough--and it's a blog that requires a lot of eyes and ears.
Thanks...

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