05.31.2012 07:04 AM

A murder of questions

Why didn’t Toronto Police take this tip seriously? How could the video be online for days, and the authorities didn’t know, or care? How can web sites like “Best Gore” post such material with impunity, and without legal consequences?

Lots of questions. But one fact remains unchallenged: the Internet is where evil is preserved, and celebrated.

9 Comments

  1. Doug says:

    I disagree about the Internet. It’s a neutral technology, like the printing press. It would have been impossible to distribute “Mein Kampf” without the printing press. Does this make print a place where evil is preserved and celebrated?

    My perspective is that some people do evil things, and the Internet gives them an unprecedented ability to connect and network, just like it does for the rest of us.

  2. Tiger says:

    They get lots of crank calls, and ended up setting their filters too high.

    Won’t do that again for awhile, I’m guessing…

  3. Cynical says:

    and evil is often exposed on the internet.

  4. JamesHalifax says:

    revolting.

    I hope this gay-porn, Holmalka dating creep puts up a fight when he’s cornered….and gets shot to death by the cops.

    Or….true justice. Feed him to some kittens.

  5. G. Mcrae says:

    No one is laughing now… What happened to all the joking about the foot being mailed to the CPC HQ? Internet anonymity indeed.

  6. kenn2 says:

    the Internet is where evil ANYTHING is preserved, and celebrated, no matter how banal or repulsive.

    FTFY

    No place is evil that has this.

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