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Murder & Abduction: Crime is a Sign of the Times

By Pamela Jean Murawski

Does anyone remember the sex-havers who boarded the Vienna metro? I realize this is a six-moth old article but I really wanted to comment on it, after realizing I had heard about it then, putting it in the back of my mind, from the disgust I felt over it.

Yes, the couple had full-blown intercourse on the Vienna metro. When other passengers realized what was up, they fled—then, slowly but surely, crept back to watch, cheer, jeer, photograph, and film it.

No one tried to tell them to stop or that they were showing indecent exposure in a public place, I mean my gosh, a sex act in public? Are you kidding me? These people are full blown exhibitionist and selfish and self-centered complete immoral creeps if you ask me!

I would say it is a real sign of the times to see or hear about such a thing and it tells me maybe the Mayan Calander, Nostradamus and the Bible were correct that something big is going to happen in December 2012. If nothing else it sure is happening with an increase in crime.

I hear about so many more murders now adays then I used to and I am not sure if it was always that way and I was not aware of it, or it is really occuring in a much more prevalent way?

It was just this week I heard about some boy, who murdered his parents with a hammer and then just went on partying tn the house before being found by the police.

Last week I read about a woman named Catherine Kieu Becker who cut off her husbands penis and tied him to a chair to die, after he had asked her for a divorce. The most horrible thing about it to me is that she put his penis down the garbage disposal. That is so cruel as all murders are but this one just got to me as horrid to do to a man. She had no control over emotions, no empathy or compassion just pure anger, raw and almost demonic like. How are they going to fix it for him even?

I also read about an article in the city of Sorocaba in Sao Paulo State, where a 64-year old man named Joao Batiso Groppo kept his wife,Sebastiana Groppo, imprisoned in the basement for eight years while he spent time with some other woman upstairs. He treated her like an anumal in a cage, with inhumane and beyond cruel punishment. Abuse it not even the word to use, unless it was super super abuse or something. He told police she was mentally ill and aggressive. Wow! I wonder what she is now?

Oh, I cannot forget there was a nineteen year old man named Enrico luciano Mascaro who was arrested this week in Clifton Forge, Virginia, when the police found a woman dead in the trunk of his car. There had been a bulletin out to watch for two missing teenagers and the police suspect the dead body could be one of the missing people, a
Danielle Dennis-Towne. The body has not been identified as of yet.

And last but not do not forget Jasmine Marie Ritchey who gave birth to her child in a St. Peters Hospital in Olympia, Washington on Tuesday July 13th of this year last week. She went into a bathroom and gave birth to a boy, wrapped him in a plastic bag and then put the child in a garbage can and left him there. Medical staff found the baby and were thankfully able to resuscitate him.

We have to change this situation people! Did you know that in America, In America, the crime clock continues to click: one murder every 22 minutes, one rape every 5 minutes, one robbery every 49 seconds, and one burglary every 10 seconds. And the cost of crime continues to mount: $78 billion for the criminal justice system, $64 billion for private protection, $202 billion in loss of life and work, $120 billion in crimes against business, $60 billion in stolen goods and fraud, $40 billion from drug abuse, and $110 billion from drunk driving. When you add up all the costs, crime costs Americans a stunning $675 billion each year.

In addition to the financial cost, there is the psychological cost of devastated lives and a loss of security. In recent months, even apathetic Americans have been shaken from their false sense of security as they have seen criminals invade nearly every sanctuary where they felt they were safe: their cars (James Jordan); their public transit (the Long Island Rail Road murders by Colin Ferguson); and even their bedrooms (the abduction of Polly Klass).

I really do believe this crime has gotten out of hand and these facts I have listed is proof of exactly that. As far as it being a sign of the times, I can only speculate how much emphasize it has had on crime and yes, I do think it is a sign, for our society worldwide to be experiencing a failing in a moral sense with evil becoming more prevalent and I see crimes in general and violent crimes such as murder evil, so with that said, I am going to leave the final assumption up to you, the public to decide that answer.

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