A prison sentence? Geez, ya think?

Sometimes I just wonder why I read the news. What the fuck? I have nothing to say.

Cut for people-are-vile triggers. Not particularly gory, in the blood-and-guts sense. Whether it’s safe for work or not, I’m not prepared to say. It’s really not safe for anything unless you’ve sprayed on Brain-Explosion-Prevention-Spray beforehand, and have excellent control over the expulsion of expletives.

Sky News: “Man Urinates On Dying Disabled Woman”

A man who admitted urinating on a disabled woman as she lay dying in the street is now facing a prison sentence.
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They were told how Anderson shouted “this is YouTube material” as he urinated on – and later smothered shaving foam over – the victim, who had collapsed near his Hartlepool house.

Christine Lakinski, who suffered a number of medical problems, had been making her way home when she fell ill and stumbled into a doorway.

Anderson had been smoking cannabis and drinking at his home when a friend arrived on July 26.

They spotted Ms Lakinski, and Anderson initially tried to rouse her by kicking the soles of her feet. He then got a bucket of water and threw it over her.

The victim never responded and Anderson then urinated over the woman.

The act was filmed on mobile phone and Anderson then got a tin of shaving foam and covered her from head to foot before leaving her lying motionless.

The woman was later declared dead at the scene, having suffered a pancreatic failure.



Categories: gender & feminism, health, violence

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5 replies

  1. Jesus fuck… that’s atrocious.

  2. No words either. Vile is right.

  3. ……!?!?!? As above contributors.

  4. Jesus H. Christ on a cracker! I have Asperger’s Syndrome, and despite having this kind of developmental disorder, I can tell you this: Drugs are NO EXCUSE for treating a disabled person, living or dying like shit.

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