The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil,
but because of those who look on and do nothing.

~~~ Albert Einstein



Thursday, February 28, 2008

We're not blaming this on Devil-Worshipping, are we?

A word, I need a word here.. and I can't for the life of me think of it. It's a mix of insanity, stupidity, ignorance, and just is leaving me annoyed beyond belief.

This is the headline:
Devil-Worshipping Rapist Attacks Fiancée During Prison Leave
And this, this is the piece of insanity that I just can't quite accept:

The woman told a jury that the relationship took a turn for the worse when the convicted criminal "started saying 'there's no such thing as God,' and then started praying to Satan."

I agree, in MOST relationships, that might be the point were the relationship turned bad... but I'm doubting that it's the case in this one. In fact- I'm going to go out on a limb and tell you the very point in this 'relationship' that I believe it 'took a turn for the worst'.

In my humble judgement- it would be the very moment that this woman decided that rapist in prison made good boyfriends. I know.. strong words there- but just look at how the story starts out:
A British woman who regularly visits prison inmates fell in love with one, and it almost got her killed, the Yorkshire Evening Post reports. The West Yorkshire woman, whose identity was not released, fell for a convicted rapist serving a life sentence and would visit him for several hours every few weeks.

Do you see just how many red flags there are in that short little paragraph? Cause from where I sit- I can see the flags, which are being hit with a flashing neon spotlight the size of Texas.
Of course, it gets worse... after falling in love with the prison inmate who was serving a life sentence for rape... she allowed him into her home to visit, and then allowed him to stay weekends... and what? Thought that suddenly this convicted creep would be 'fixed' and able to maintain a normal relationship? Am I getting Punk'd here??
After the prisoner was released on parole to a hostel, he began spending weekends at her home and they eventually became engaged, the Yorkshire Evening Post reports.

"For the first six months things went very well," the woman told a jury, the Yorkshire Evening Post reports. "He was very kind and very caring; I always found him to be like that when he was in prison."

Honestly, I don't think I can take this sort of insanity a moment longer.
She went on to say that her fiancé would go "absolutely crazy," insisting that they were not having intercourse often enough. When she tried to end the relationship the man allegedly attacked her with a carving knife at her home, holding it to her throat, saying, "Well, this might make you change your mind," the Yorkshire Evening Post reports.

Sorry, that wasn't the devil worshipping- that was the fact that he just another sexual deviant running around free. Attacking people is sort of their 'thing'.