Tuesday, March 27, 2007

A lynching is in order

It is just sick and wrong that for the third time in seven years, an infant has been found in the Mississippi River southeast of the immediate Twin Cities.

This time, the infant was found near some boat slips at a marina adjacent to Treasure Island Casino between Hastings and Red Wing. The third time, though, is odd to say the least.

Being a big conspiracy guy, I find it intriguing that each infant found in the river has been at intervals of four years. The first in 1999, the second in 2003 and the most recent in 2007.

As for the person or persons responsible, I feel that a public hanging may be just the ticket. If you don't want your recently born infant, drop them at a hospital or place the child with an adoption agency. Nobody deserves to be cast into the river towards their eventual death except maybe the troubled individual(s) responsible for the most despicable of all crimes. And no, I don't care if the so-called "parents" are mentally ill, financially incapable, rapists or teens -- everyone has an inner voice that knows what is truly right and wrong and these terrible humans apparently weren't listening.

5 comments:

mist1 said...

As a kid, I used to go on canoe trips every summer. And, every summer they'd be dragging the river for bodies. I used to be morbidly fascinated with those large hooks.

Sornie said...

Sounds like a real vacation hot-spot, where was this, Mobville, New Jersey? How many places have a river that has enough corpses that they routinely drag it for bodies? Yeesh.

buffalodickdy said...

What's your theory behind this? Are the cases related? Or is it just unwanted babies being disgarded in a convenient place?

C-dell said...

I agree babies are the few true innocents in the world they don't deserve this. I hope that they find these people. and lock them away for a long time. Truly shameful.

Sornie said...

Buffalo, with the separation of four years between each instance, the conspiracy guy in me says they are related but with the vast area that empties into the Mississippi to just that point it's unlikely that the cases are related and if they were, it would be someone abducting infants and that would not go unnoticed.