Wednesday, 10 January 2007

Welcome to the sick sick world!

Now the police has introduced motives of cannibalism in the already complex Nithari case. It seems to be sheer motiveless malignity to me. A case of a psychopath. Statistics say that 1 out of 100 people is a psychopath. They feel neither guilt, nor remorse. Scary eh?

And I quote from an IANS news copy:

Police had earlier uncovered bones, slippers and stained clothes of at least 20 children from the drain behind Pandher's bungalow in Noida near New Delhi. On Tuesday, more bones were found from another drain barely 30 feet away.

'It was a feet-long piece of bone. The same has been sent to district hospital for tests,' said Noida Senior Superintendent of Police R.K.S. Rathore.

Police are also probing if cannibalism was a motive behind the crime that has shocked the nation.

'We can rule out neither cannibalism nor organ trade at this juncture as the investigation is still going on,' Deputy Inspector General (Meerut Range) Shailendra Pratap Singh told IANS.

The whole affair is so gross, unimaginable, unfathomable. Is it all God's plan?
Pain, misery, suffering, struggles, agony, crime... are as much part of human life as are love, beauty, joy, serenity, friendship and hope.

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