Quote Originally Posted by SMTA View Post
I don't care what he used to be,he is now a mass murderer.
Good, that's not what the article is entirely about though.

BS blaming his parents.
Nobody is blaming his parents for what he did, that's a strawman argument. His parents did however fail at being good parents.

He was weal-willed, and knew damn well what he was doing was wrong.

He made the decision, he had free will, and he willingly participated in mass murder.

He forgot nothing - he made a conscious effort to ignore the difference between right and wrong.

He needs to die for what he did.

How dare you defend his heinous actions.
You're one strawman after another. Save the feigned outrage for somebody who isn't smarter than you.