Monday, May 12, 2008

The future of Pedophile Josef Fritzl

Josef Fritzl, who rose to infamy through forced incest, will not live to see the end of the decade. He will not attempt suicide, as he feels no remorse for what he has done. He doesn't even regret being captured. He views this as an opportunity to try and push a global agenda to legalize incest and the sexual abuse of minors.

He will attempt to associate himself with several disgusting and graphic "catch phrases" all of which advocate his behavior. None of them will achieve significant airtime.

He is already planning to defend his actions by claiming that societal disapproval of sexual relations with underage children "forced" him to "Take it underground."

He will be alive as long as he's in solitary confinement, or housed exclusively with other child molesters. Within days of being released into the general population he will be in danger.

There will be an assassination attempt during his trial, but the Austrian government will cover it up unless it is successful. The assassin is herself the victim of a similar crime. She was imprisoned for two months and her confinement went undetected by the police, as she had been locked away during a Summer when her father had separated from her mother.

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