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TMCNo1
10-16-2006, 09:17 AM
John Mark Karr, the Jon Bonet Ramsey guy, was on the NBC Today Show this morning being interviewed. He apparently is one sick animal!
He will be back on in the morning and the interviewer says we will see the true arrigant/sick person he really is during the second segment tomorrow.

Tryin-again
10-16-2006, 09:43 AM
John Mark Karr, the Jon Bonet Ramsey guy, was on the NBC Today Show this morning being interviewed. He apparently is one sick animal!
He will be back on in the morning and the interviewer says we will see the true arrigant/sick person he really is during the second segment tomorrow.

Doesn't look like he did the Ramsey deal - but from what I have seen - he is one messed up dude - and needs to be in a box somewhere - Either steel bars, Padded or pine.... (Just my opinion - Sorry if I offend some - but that's just me..)

jbfootin
10-16-2006, 09:53 AM
Doesn't look like he did the Ramsey deal - but from what I have seen - he is one messed up dude - and needs to be in a box somewhere - Either steel bars, Padded or pine.... (Just my opinion - Sorry if I offend some - but that's just me..)
Agreed! Looks like he is walking free, but he definatly is messed up. I think he needs to be locked up, just for being a sick man!

atlfootr
10-16-2006, 10:04 AM
From what I have seen - he is one messed up dude - and needs to be in a box somewhere - Either steel bars, Padded or pine.... (Just my opinion - Sorry if I offend some - but that's just me..)we hear ya ....

TMCNo1
10-16-2006, 10:10 AM
If anyone can somehow see a replay of today's interview and tomorrows interview, it is something. Saying that he has never been charged or convicted of anything, he wants to and says he will go back to teaching children, yet claims he still has hidden evidence containing DNA from the JBR crime seen! That's still scary, but form your own conclusion, as I will. :confused: :rolleyes: :mad:

6ballsisall
10-16-2006, 10:12 AM
I say put the dude in maximum security prison. From everything you read and hear, those crazy inmates HATE child molesters. Let the inmates be of justice to society for once.........

TMCNo1
10-16-2006, 10:29 AM
I say put the dude in maximum security prison. From everything you read and hear, those crazy inmates HATE child molesters. Let the inmates be of justice to society for once.........
As arrogant as this guy appears, he will slip up someday. I hope it won't be too late and at the expense of some young child. I can imagine just how tight this guy is being watched by the authorities. He has already gone to a school somewhere and someone recognized him and called the law and had him hauled away.

6ballsisall
10-16-2006, 10:31 AM
As arrogant as this guy appears, he will slip up someday. I hope it won't be too late and at the expense of some young child. I can imagine just how tight this guy is being watched by the authorities. He has already gone to a school somewhere and someone recognized him and called the law and had him hauled away.

the unfortunate thing is that probably what will happen is a concerned parent will probably end up killing the guy then the concerned parent will be the one in trouble.
I am all for justice and equality, everything this country is suppose to stand for. In the same breath, with this guy it wouldn't bother me a bit if he "mysteriously" just dissapeared. :rolleyes:

atlfootr
10-16-2006, 10:47 AM
Saga continues on Larry King Live tonight, CNN.

TMCNo1
10-16-2006, 10:55 AM
I imagine there is already a price on this guys head. It's a shame, one of these school shooters didn't take him out and themselves instead of some innocent school children and teachers.

Datdude
10-16-2006, 11:04 AM
Why are the news outlets giving this waste of skin any time to speak?

jbfootin
10-16-2006, 11:13 AM
Why are the news outlets giving this waste of skin any time to speak?
I agree. All he wants is attention, and he is getting it! He says that he molested and killed a little girl. DNA says that he did not. It is just a matter of time before he will do the terrible things that he says he has. His computer that was somehow lost was full of child porn we have his confession, why can't we just lock him up for being a pedifile?

If we can prevent one child from being abused it would be worth it.

atlfootr
10-16-2006, 11:15 AM
Why are the news outlets giving this waste of skin any time to speak?More questionably, why are WE :rolleyes:

M-Funf
10-16-2006, 11:16 AM
O.K...

This perverted freak lived in my town for a long time...I'll tone down what I have to say.

First, he ADMITTED to the JBR crime. In my opinion, he's guilty as hell. That's good enough for me to inject the freak.

Second, I think he admitted to the crime to get extradited to the US because he was in trouble in Thailand...and you KNOW the punishment for his crimes in Thailand would be MUCH more stringent. This freak was looking for the easy way out...

They'd better not let him go in my hometown. If they do, he'd better not step outside...:mad:

:rant:

TMCNo1
10-16-2006, 11:22 AM
Why are the news outlets giving this waste of skin any time to speak?


I would assume that the media that has interviewed him and will interview him are allowing him to expose himself to the public so everyone can be aware of what a monster he is by allowing him to say it himself. In other words, they are allowing him to dig his own grave and he doesn't even realize it! From what I have seen in past interviews, he thinks there is nothing wrong with what he has done or what he will do in the future, because he admits that he thinks he is now untouchable!

jbfootin
10-16-2006, 11:31 AM
I would assume that the media that has interviewed him and will interview him are allowing him to expose himself to the public so everyone can be aware of what a monster he is by allowing him to say it himself. In other words, they are allowing him to dig his own grave and he doesn't even realize it! From what I have seen in past interviews, he thinks there is nothing wrong with what he has done or what he will do in the future, because he admits that he thinks he is now untouchable!
If it would help him get there quicker, I would help him dig his grave:D

I'm just that kind of helpful person:rolleyes:

SD190EVO
10-16-2006, 12:00 PM
inmates HATE child molesters

Even inmates have mothers and children. Nobody likes a chester or a rat.

Ric
10-16-2006, 12:11 PM
We are making this guy into a celeb. I dont like that.

TMCNo1
10-16-2006, 04:30 PM
We are making this guy into a celeb. I dont like that.


And he is making himself into a corpse!

milkmania
10-16-2006, 09:29 PM
O.K...

This perverted freak lived in my town for a long time...I'll tone down what I have to say.

First, he ADMITTED to the JBR crime. In my opinion, he's guilty as hell. That's good enough for me to inject the freak.

Second, I think he admitted to the crime to get extradited to the US because he was in trouble in Thailand...and you KNOW the punishment for his crimes in Thailand would be MUCH more stringent. This freak was looking for the easy way out...

They'd better not let him go in my hometown. If they do, he'd better not step outside...:mad:

:rant:

the SOB got a free plane ride back to the U.S. on our bill!

atlfootr
10-16-2006, 10:41 PM
Why are the news outlets giving this waste of skin any time to speak?More questionably, why are WE :rolleyes:
We are making this guy into a celeb. I dont like that.:rant:
I already said, something to that affect :rant:

TMCNo1
10-17-2006, 08:37 AM
The Larry King show last night was a farse!
Apparently after the taping and the first segment on NBC his lawyers told JMK to keep his mouth shut and quit answering any questions concerning anything. Most every question Larry asked he replied he had been advised by his lawyers not to answer. He also said that the NBC interview was not his doing and said it was done essentially against his will and was very upset that they asked all the questions, that he freely answered. He said the NBC interview was not his 1st true interview, but Larry King's interview was his first interview, yet he wouldn't answer any questions. Following the Larry King Show, CNN did a special segment on what had happened since day one with JMK. Go figure!

JimN
10-17-2006, 08:59 AM
M-funf- he admitted the JBR killing but there was no evidence to back it up. Admitting to some crime he didn't commit doesn't make him guilty, it makes him pathetic. He wanted attention. He has a very incomplete personality and if you watch or listen to him, it shows. I think he should be billed for his flight and the time wasted by law enforcement, with no chance of him appealing. We're all paying for his tantrum and that kind of thing really pizzes me off.

His mommy should give him a hug now, pat him on his bottom and send him off to play.

Wait- what was I thinking? His mom should kick his butt and send him to his room.

His 15 minutes has turned into 20 for no good reason. This country needs to get a grip. No wonder nobody does anything about the bad politics, politicians and other problems here- they're all too fascinated by little dweebs like this nimrod. :rant: