View Poll Results: Should the horrific photos of Newtown victims be published?

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    Should the horrific photos of Newtown victims be published?

    Should the horrific photos of Newtown victims be published?

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    Re: Should the horrific photos of Newtown victims be published?

    absolutely one hundred percent **** ****ing **** no.

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    Re: Should the horrific photos of Newtown victims be published?

    You mean the ones that show the small bodies dismembered because of repeated hits from the semi-automatic rifle? Nah. We can't have people being upset now, can we?

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    Re: Should the horrific photos of Newtown victims be published?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggen View Post
    You mean the ones that show the small bodies dismembered because of repeated hits from the semi-automatic rifle? Nah. We can't have people being upset now, can we?

    Meanwhile, back at the ranch:

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    I am not sure what you are trying to say
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    Re: Should the horrific photos of Newtown victims be published?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggen View Post
    You mean the ones that show the small bodies dismembered because of repeated hits from the semi-automatic rifle? Nah. We can't have people being upset now, can we?

    Meanwhile, back at the ranch:

    Boy, 4, accidentally kills Tenn. deputy's wife
    This has what to do with Newtown???

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    Re: Should the horrific photos of Newtown victims be published?

    Quote Originally Posted by penn1954 View Post
    This has what to do with Newtown???
    Just another one of those heartwarming stories about how guns are used by everyday citizens to protect themselves......oh, wait a minute.....never mind.
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    Re: Should the horrific photos of Newtown victims be published?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kreton View Post
    I am not sure what you are trying to say
    What I'm trying to say here is that by virtue of carrying a weapon capable of multiple shots without the necessity of reloading for a while, the killer was able to shoot small children so many times he actually dismembered some of them. Does that help?
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    Re: Should the horrific photos of Newtown victims be published?

    it would be a nightmare for not just the relativers and friends but to anyone who sees this sort of thing....

    it's not for public consumption...

    respect the dead...

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    Re: Should the horrific photos of Newtown victims be published?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggen View Post
    What I'm trying to say here is that by virtue of carrying a weapon capable of multiple shots without the necessity of reloading for a while, the killer was able to shoot small children so many times he actually dismembered some of them. Does that help?
    we know this...we do not need to see the victims in this state...

    respect their person.

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    Re: Should the horrific photos of Newtown victims be published?

    If the relatives and friends approve of it, it should be done. Let people see just how much damage these kinds of weapons can do.
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