At 6.00 in the morning I was suddenly awoken from a deep sleep. Report for an execution. Fine, so I’ll just play executioner and then gravedigger, why not. Isn’t it strange, you love battle and then have to shoot defenseless people. Twenty–three had to be shot, amongst them the two above-mentioned women. They are unbelievable. They even refused to accept a glass of water from us.
I was detailed as marksman and had to shoot any runaways. We drove one kilometre along the road out of town and then turned right into a wood. There were only six of us at that point and we had to find a suitable spot to shoot and bury them. After a few minutes we found a place.
Charlotte Eades – Brain tumor, February 26, 2016
John Lennon signs an autograph for Mark Chapman – his murderer, 1980
According to Chapman he actually had the gun in his pocket when this photo was taken, but he chickened out. He hung around in front of the Dakota getting his nerves up until John and Yoko came home later that night.
Chapman waited outside Lennon’s apartment beginning in the afternoon. Lennon and Yoko walked outside to go somewhere and Chapman asked him to sign his record (it was a special edition record, somewhat rare for one reason or another). After Lennon signed the record he asked Chapman “Is that all?”. Basically asking if Chapman wanted anything else signed to which Chapman replied “No”. Chapman then waited outside of Lennon’s apartment for Lennon to return. He waited several hours and spent some of the time waiting reading The Catcher in The Rye (a book he was infatuated with).
Lennon was returning from the recording studio that night. He was carrying tapes from the studio under his arm when he was shot. Chapman then read more of his book while waiting for the police to come. The first to respond after the shooting was a security guard from The Dakotas (the apartments John and Yoko lived in) who approached Chapman as he sat reading. Apparently the all the security guard could do was sob and kept asking Chapman “Do you know what you did?”.
Two engineers share one last hug before certain death after being trapped on a burning wind turbine.
Picture of Lance Buckley and his family wearing matching halloween costumes. He would later kill all three of them before committing suicide.
Ashley Ann Kuzma, 32, died of cancer at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio on Sept. 22, 2019, but wrote her own obituary prior to her death and left behind some advice that everyone can learn from…
When you have recurrent laryngeal cancer that just won’t take no for an answer, you have a lot of time to think about death. The good thing is I no longer have to worry about saving for retirement, paying off student loans, or trying not to get skin cancer??? One positive outcome from having recurrent cancer was that it taught me to let go of the insignificant things and to just enjoy the people and places. After three recurrences, my body finally had enough and I passed away on Sunday, September 22, 2019 at the Cleveland Clinic.
Chris Watts (far right) pictured at a birthday party on August 12, 2018. The day after this was taken, he would kill his pregnant wife Shannan and his two daughters, Belle and Celeste (bottom right)
It turns out that it’s extremely difficult to get even hardened soldiers to just execute unarmed civilians. The Final Solution depended upon getting the people of Germany but especially the SS to execute Jews by the millions and so there wasn’t a lot of time for people to drink themselves into a stupor at the horror of it all.
Let me answer your question with a series of questions. Let’s start with “the Nazis wanted to kill all of the Jews”
‘I will masturbate while thinking of those I killed’ – 18-year-old T.J. Lane pleaded guilty to a killing spree in February 2o12 at Chardon High School near Cleveland, that left three students dead and three others wounded.
In court, he unbuttoned his blue dress shirt to show off his t-shirt with the words “killer” written across it.
He smiled and gestured: "The hand that pulled the trigger that killed your sons now masturbates to their memory."
Lane pleaded guilty to three counts of aggravated murder, two counts of attempted aggravated murder and one count of felonious assault.
He was ineligible for the death penalty because he was 17 at the time he commited the crime. He was sentenced to life in prison.