After months of investigation, experts have concluded the parents had committed suicide by taking toxic levels of drugs and had given fatal levels of drugs — including the heroin substitute methadone — to their younger children, ages eleven, twelve and fourteen. The bodies of the children were found lying next to each other with cups of red liquid beside them.
[Note: Doctors prescribe methadone to heroin addicts who are trying to kick the drug, same for meth and cocaine addicts.]
Concerned about “evil in world” and wanted to escape the “impending doom”
What to do? Poison the kids!
Crazy parents offed themselves and their three kids, but the Holy Scriptures say that anyone who commits suicide — no matter for what reason — will GO TO HELL. It’s a mortal sin to kill one’s self. Ref: “The Bible and Suicide” AND The Catholic Church’s “The Sin of Suicide”
A mentally-disturbed, unarmed man who tried to steal a car from a car dealership is repeatedly beaten and tasered by police. One minute in, the crazy man announces: “I’ll take my pants off” and gets totally naked on the floor in front of everyone standing around gawking at his genitalia. The vicious, taser-happy cops continue to shock the man as he lay on the dealership’s buffed floor in naked, humiliating shame. [Highly probable bad drug trip, as everyone seems to be on some sort of drug these days.--Ed.]
When the over-hyped forecast for the “historic blizzard of the century” was found to be inaccurate, the CHIEF Federal meteorologist at the National Weather Service who made the forecast — that sent millions into a big fear frenzy for nothing — has apologized for his blunder on his Twitter account. Millions are pounding their fists on their tables cursing Gary Szatkowski for putting them through unnecessary Hell — standing in long lines at the supermarket wasting their money on supplies they didn’t need and for being stranded at airports when airlines canceled all flights, among other grievances. In addition, those stranded at airports have reported certain motels and hotels were over-charging up to $1,000.00 a night for a room cashing in on the phony storm forecast. But don’t put all the blame on Szatkowski — sensationalizing, fear-mongering media sources are to blame as well for misleading you. For it seems that whenever there’s a winter storm they report it as “the storm of the century” to get people to watch for ratings grubbing.