It's a BOY!

Tuesday, February 13, 2007
I was shocked to hear on the morning news today that Karla Homolka just had a baby. I don't think I'm the only one who thinks this woman got off way too easily considering the crimes she took part in (including the rape and murder of her own sister). Some people should NOT be allowed to have children. I'm scared to think who the father could possibly be...

10 comments:

Tanya said...

This is quite tragic. I think the person who is going to get the brunt of all this is the child.

miss ewe said...

That is completely alarming.

Mia said...

Something is very wrong. According to what I read on Wikipedia, one of the conditions of her release is - "She was forbidden from being with people under the age of 16 and from consuming drugs other than prescription medicine." Her own child is certainly under the age of 16. Hopefully the government will open their eyes.

Anonymous said...

Mia said: Hopefully the government will open their eyes.

The person at the center of this problem (i.e. the reason she didn't get the maximum sentence) is Ken Murray.

Sniffy said...

Some crimes should be punished by sterilisation and life in prison. I don't give a crap about human rights when it comes to scumbags like that. As soon as somebody violates another innocent person, they forego any rights they had to be treated with anything other than contempt.

Bastards.

Wandering Coyote said...

Wow, you sure get the good news (I got the news about ANS from you, too). I hadn't heard of this until now. I am surprised...I wonder who the father is, and I wonder how this child will be raised. I feel bad for him, that's for sure.

Gardenia said...

Hope someone can adopt this poor baby and never reveal its roots to it. What a wack job, evil is that woman!

Heather said...

Unbelievable. I can't believe the government hasn't seized the child. Here's hoping they've already got him in foster care.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

I had assumed that was a hoax, but if not, I'm horrified at the implications. Besides who on earth would want to do her?

Red said...

Gosh, I had never heard of this case. That's really chilling... If I was Prime Minister, I would introduce a sterilization programme for people with a history of violence. I mean, what's the point of them being able to have children? What good can come out of it?

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