I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK
And if they're really after attention, how do they figure Americans will make the link between the murder and their movement? I just doesn't make any sense.
The guy probably stumbled upon some drug producers who didn't want him exposing or compromising their operation. Rabid anti-government sentiment in certain parts of Appalachia has predated the existence of any tea-parties or conservative marches on Washington. Occam’s razor points to this.
Last edited by goldendog; 09-28-09 at 12:17 AM.
Of course, your theory of drug producers doing it is quite possible too. That is the problem with running ahead of the facts. We will hopefully know soon enough, and I hope whoever did it is tried, convicted and sentenced to the max.
I posted the comment below, which is innocent enough,
but then on reflection I felt the need to stress (who
knows who will see this and when,) that we are talking
about a practice that frequently results in death. And
it does so in a manner that causes horrific suffering to
the survivors of the victim who must deal with revelations
that arrise from the nature of the death, and the
condition of the body.
It is not something that anyone should be too curious about.
He was reportedly found not hanged in the classic sense, but in contact with the ground, naked except for his socks.
According to a supposed witness, he was also bound with duck tape, including what sounds like a mock dog collar.
Practitioners of the practice that killed David Carradine often tie themselves up in one fashion or another. (There are photos available on the web -- you probably do not want to see them, since they are almost always taken after death.)
It all sounds like a case of AE strangulation to me, at least on the surface.
Here is some pretty tame information :[ame]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erotic_asphyxiation[/ame]
Last edited by Oftencold; 09-28-09 at 06:56 AM.
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