This is a discussion on No More Stalker within the In the News: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by Sig 210 "Bergner had not been charged in any of the half-dozen previous complaints made against him." A fine job by those ...
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She really should send the Family an invoice for all the damage he did to her house,the cleanup,and the bullets she had to use plus rental on the piece...since he was "a very,very kind man"...he would probably pop for it...donchathink?
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I wish I had a buck for every "very, very, kind person" who has murdered someone. Back in the 1950's, I believe it was then, a kid they called "the nicest kid in Kansas" lined up thirteen people on a bank floor and put a bullet in the back of each of their heads. I'm sure his family thought he was a "very, very, kind person".
Ted Bundy, went to church and was a Boy Scout as a child, such a gentle soul.
He even worked on the Rape hot line in Seattle. So how could 'he' have been guilty of killing all those women and girls.
Deviants and killers and others of like ilk come from all walks of life and many are capable of hiding what they are really like, especially from the family.
they could easily contrast this with any of the similar stories back during the mandatory waiting period. those had different outcomes.
hat's off to the lady.
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