AS girl stabbed for being "too loud and bouncy".

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23 Jan 2010, 4:37 pm

http://www.thisislancashire.co.uk/news/ ... nley_park/


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23 Jan 2010, 4:48 pm

Oh my goodness.... Thats terrible news and she has AS :(
But also she was drinking on top of that so I would of imagined she wouldn't of realized that she would of been doing it?
But still, that is taking away another persons life and the person who has done this is a cruel person....

R.I.P Louise Evans :cry:


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23 Jan 2010, 5:17 pm

Ooh, Burnley. Nice (!)



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23 Jan 2010, 6:20 pm

As an aspie I tend to shut down when there is a huge loud company, especially the one of drunks. I would always be a quiet one -- just the opposite of the way they described her.

Now this brings me to ask: could it be that this girl was NOT any more bouncy than others; it is simply that due to Asperger her way of being bouncy was less appropriate? This really seem to reflect my own situation. One girl recently rejected me because I CHATTER too much. Now I know I "chatter" a lot less than most people. I simply don't know how to. But what I AM guilty of is overanalyzing. So since she doesn't seem the topic of my chatter, she says I chatter too much, which is not true at all.

Anyway, I didn't mean to minimize this by talking about other things. What they did is trully horrible. Just how evil shoulld they be in order to go out of their way to carry out that murder, and get themselves in prison for the rest of their life. Why do they hate her THAT much that her being "too loud" at a party is worth ruining her life AND theirs?



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23 Jan 2010, 7:58 pm

Who cares what her diagnosis is? How does that make her murder any worse? :?



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23 Jan 2010, 8:40 pm

Lene wrote:
Who cares what her diagnosis is? How does that make her murder any worse? :?

Because people here relate to people with autism. Something dying that you can relate to is worse, I think.



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24 Jan 2010, 5:49 am

Her kilers should get the death penalty, but sadly the UK doesnt have that.


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24 Jan 2010, 6:20 am

buryuntime wrote:
Something dying that you can relate to is worse, I think.


You mean someone right?


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24 Jan 2010, 11:22 am

Tory_canuck wrote:
Her kilers should get the death penalty, but thankfully the UK doesnt have that.


There we go, I've corrected it for you.



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24 Jan 2010, 12:52 pm

Tory_canuck wrote:
Her kilers should get the death penalty, but sadly the UK doesnt have that.


Neither does Canada. What's your point?



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24 Jan 2010, 1:53 pm

Tequila wrote:
Tory_canuck wrote:
Her kilers should get the death penalty, but sadly the UK doesnt have that.


Neither does Canada. What's your point?


Yeah, outside the US, the death penalty is a rare find these days.


Re: the article: Doing that to another human is just plain sick and disturbing, no matter who the person was. I do find it a bit worse that the reason was basically "because she was annoying", as opposed to some sort of vigilante justice like, "because she's been beating people senseless and then stealing from them".

Whomever tortured and killed this person should be locked up for the rest of their life in order to keep them from doing the same thing to anyone else. They should be kept alive, not just for the sake of torture (a life-long prison sentence is worse than death, imo) but also so that they can participate in scientific studies that examine the causes of extremely violent behavior, should they choose to do so.

It's a pity what the death penalty does to science - once they're dead, they are no longer available to offer insight into what causes people to behave in violent ways. And the more we study a societal problem, the better we understand it and can take measures to prevent it.



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24 Jan 2010, 1:59 pm

racooneyes wrote:
buryuntime wrote:
Something dying that you can relate to is worse, I think.


You mean someone right?

No. It can work with anything not just people.



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24 Jan 2010, 6:38 pm

release_the_bats wrote:
It's a pity what the death penalty does to science - once they're dead, they are no longer available to offer insight into what causes people to behave in violent ways.


Some people are just pondlife and enjoy inflicting pain and humiliation upon others?



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24 Jan 2010, 7:46 pm

This poor, poor girl.

I hope he gets beaten up in jail on a daily basis. That f*****g heartless piece of crap.

And she had beautiful metallic blue eyes, and I have no idea why and it shouldn't matter, but this makes me terribly sad.


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24 Jan 2010, 8:03 pm

mechanicalgirl39 wrote:
This poor, poor girl.

I hope he gets beaten up in jail on a daily basis. That f***ing heartless piece of crap.


He'll probably be out within ten years. Free to do it again to someone else in Burnley.

(I'm off to Burnley in a couple of days...)



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24 Jan 2010, 8:19 pm

mechanicalgirl39 wrote:
This poor, poor girl.

I hope he gets beaten up in jail on a daily basis. That f***ing heartless piece of crap.

And she had beautiful metallic blue eyes, and I have no idea why and it shouldn't matter, but this makes me terribly sad.

The article did say she WAS intoxicated and that she would not be let back in because that was against the rules, correct? You can't pity her too much.