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April 3rd, 2016, Kansas City: What people refuse to learn
Consider this for a moment in terms of war. Sun-Tzu would apply as many successful war leaders in history. People who won their battles. I can't remember Patton ever saying "allow the enemy to build bases in your own country" and I don't think a Musashi would have offered to protect the building of those enemy bases with his own troops. So, why are we doing this? We allow not only thousands of refugees in our countries, we also know, there is a number of terrorists hidden in the big crowd. Do we seriously try to filter those out? Nope, Turkey deported one of the Brussels bombers ... not to Syria from where he came ... but to the Netherlands. And we talk not about a refugee, we talk about a man who was as fighter with ISIS in Syria. Alas, the government authorities didn't figure out in time what to do with this information and meanwhile the terrorist was untouchable ... he lived in a bubble enclave named Molenback. Not only 80% Muslim population but also left wing politicians and their supporters ready to defend the rights of a bomber to cook up whatever he wants there while they call others who call for harder and more effective measures against the killers "racists".
So, we discuss in public currently torture ... we really do ... really? I mean, not that I am too sad if a guy who was involved in the Paris attacks it touched a little harder. I am honest here, he deserves more than a few uncomfy hours. But as a means of gathering intel, torture is of limited use. Basically you can trust anything you hear from someone under torture only if you have already enough information to verify it or you get lies which are useless for any further operation and lead you astray at best. So, torture is, even if it would be allowed, of limited use for practical reasons. Still we discuss it. But on the other hand, pattern profilingWe all saw the news about the attacks in Brussels, debris, bodies ripped to little pieces, dozens dead and hundreds injured. Another terror attack. In a way, we all got used to it and slowly, more and more people come to the conclusion, it is impossible to fight that scourge. But there is another truth behind it, a truth, some people refuse to learn, even it's a very old one. is a no no. You say, you want to look for ISIS terrorists in those Muslim bubble neighborhoods all over Europe and also in the US and you say, most of the interesting cases are usually dark-haired, dark-eyed guys with several car changes or multiple cars over the last year who visited in the same time frequently one of the mosques subscribing to Wahhabite teachings. Most of them have no cell phone registered under their name. And they live in and operate out of those bubble neighborhoods. All hell breaks loose on you. You never said anything about stop and frisk, but some drooling lefty
jumps out of the underbrush and tries to beat you dead because in his mind, you did. You also did "racial profiling" - oh God, oh God, racial profiling - and since he is, like any good racist obsessed with race, he is entirely unable to see, this is part of a profile, you want to know how the persons you are interested in, look.
We need to realize, this is war, people die in wars. If we look over the small horizon of just Brussels,

Three terrorists on the way to strike

we had over the last ten to fifteen years thousands of victims of Islamic terror. First it was Al-Qaeda, then it was ISIS, hell knows, who is the next group. Al-Qaeda got the legs cut off when their money was frozen, their money trasnfers intercepted and most of all, when their primary staging ground in Afghanistan was taken from them. But now ISIS controls an area in Iraq and Syria that is bigger than some European nations. The vacuum in which it was possible for ISIS to form itself as what it is now, was created by another set of failed leftist politics, but now it is what it is. There is land, there are people and there is a central command. Without that central command and it's infrastructure, ISIS would lose at least half of its capacities for terror ... so, harrass them with some bomb attacks and leave the central command untouched, right? No! Not right! Every successful strategy in war in history included to strike the enemy at his nerve centrum and strike hard. This hesitant attitutde costed already enough lives in Paris, Brussels, San Bernhardino and so on. What do you think, where are those weapon supply lines are organized, who pays for them? It's highest time to end that spook.
And be also honest here ... those bubble neighborhoods are a problem, a real big one. Not only allow we the enemy to hide his operatives in areas our security forces are often not even allowed to investigate, they also serve as recruiting grounds. Lefties demonstrate a shop size Army recruiting center, but they protect square miles of the biggest recruiting centers any fighting force in history has ever had against their own. Which of course poses the question whether those "protectors" see those mangled
bodies for example at Zaventem, Brussel's airport as what they once were: Human beings, full of hope, dreams and life - Our own. Or why is it that certain guys always beat this protector drum for the dangerous and get seriously upset if someone asks them to talk to the family of the victims ... or also the mothers of those guys who were talked into blowing themselves up. It would be a lesson in humanity ... but thne, that's the point? There is nothing about humanity in protecting killers, it's just mislead ideology, isn't it? Here is some food for thought for all the people who think, such bubble neighborhoods as in Boston, as in Brussels, as in Cologne, as in Paris and so on, should be untouchable ... go and look up how many Muslims fell victim to this brand of Islamist terror. Do you really think, the normal regular Muslim likes to be blown up by nutjobs? Do you really think, they have no right to be protected, the victims, regardless of religion and ethnicity? If a suicide bomber pulls the trigger next to them, they are as dead as any Christian or Buddhist or Atheist and I can assure you, a Muslim child blown to pieces doesn't look any different than a blond Christian child. You know why? If a bomb explodes right next to you, it takes a lab to determine what race you once were. They determine it by DNA, you know, from little fissles, often not bigger than a fingernail or less. So, if you don't think, Caucasians (of what belief ever) don't deserve the maximal protection from being spread as a red cloud of flesh, blood and bone splinters all over the place, you maybe want at least to stop ignoring the victims of other ethnicities. I guess, that's the best a left wing racist can do ... or are you still determined not to learn the lessons?

- PB -
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Tue, May 17, 2016
12:00 AM CT

Daniel Lee Siebert
Daniel Lee Siebert is now also in our serial killer collection. A more or less garden variety strangler type who got away longer than necessary bacause some big PDs dropped the ball ... and left it to smaller ones, to get the job done.

Fri, Dec 18, 2015
12:00 AM CT

Christman Genipperteinga
THe legendary robber along the wine road Trier-Cologne made it finally into our collection. With a total of 970 victim, including six of them his own children, he is currently the most prolific serial killer in the Collection.

Thu, Oct 22, 2015
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Gerard John Schaefer
The allegedly most prolific Florida Serial Killer, "Killer Cop" Gerard Schaefer, finally also made his way into out collection.

Thu, Sep 24, 2015
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Royal Russel Long
Long was quite messed up in the investigation of the Wyoming Rodeo Murders, but details show, he was another kind of animal, y typeless pedophile serial killer. Now his file is in our collection.

Mon, Aug 17, 2015
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The Wyoming Rodeo Murders
A story of misperceptions and midnless cabinet cleaning by police authorities that ended up with someone getting away with at least two murders on young women. Now in our collection.

Wed, Jul 15, 2015
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Joseph Vacher, the French Ripper
Now new in our collection: Joseph Vacher, the French Ripper. The first case, blood spatter analysis was used in a court trial world wide!

Sat, Jun 20, 2015
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No new addition in June
Usually, we try to bring another case up in our serial killer collection every month, but this month, we simply had no time. Between working open cases and other activities, it was just not possible. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Sat, May 16, 2015
12:00 AM CT

The Beauty Queen Killer
New in the serial killer collection: Christopher Wilder, the Beauty Queen Killer. A case that shows how nonsensical the disctinction between serial and spree killers really is.

Thu, Apr 16, 2015
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Burton W. Abbott
Abbott killed only one victim, a case that caused some public attention in 1955. But he showed all hallmarks of a fledgling serial killer and thus, we added him to our collection.

Mon, Mar 16, 2015
12:00 AM CT

Darren Deon Vann
Ha is basically the usual garden variety strangler case if it wouldn't be for the early warnings statistical data cretated about serial killer activity in Gary/Indiana. Now he is in our collection.

Wed, Mar 4, 2015
12:00 AM CT

Due to technical problems, the March article was up late. Take my apologies for this glitch.

Mon, Feb 16, 2015
12:00 AM CT

Affaire of the Poisons
We have added the infamous Affaire of the Poisons to our collection. With more than 80 offenders, it breaks a little the format, but well, it's one of the biggest cases of "organized" crime ever, so how can we let it out?

Mon, Dec 8, 2014
12:00 AM CT

Joseph Bryan
Once he made the FBI Ten Most Wanted list, now nobody remembers the case anymore. Nevertheless, the father of all allegedly schizophrenic serial killers has entered our collection.

Fri, Nov 7, 2014
12:00 AM CT

The Trailside Killer
David Joseph Carpenter has now become also part of the Serial Killer Collection ... complete with profile.

Tue, Oct 7, 2014
12:00 AM CT

The Vampire of Duesseldorf
Peter Kuerten aka The Vampire of Duesseldorf roamed the city at the River Rhine for more than two years and left behind a trail of bodies-

Fri, Sep 12, 2014
12:00 AM CT

The Grim Sleeper
Lonnie Franklin aka The Grim Sleeper has been added to our serial killer collection

Thu, Aug 14, 2014
12:00 AM CT

Michael Lee Lockhart
... and with a little delay, another serial made it into the serial killer collection. Michael Lee Lockhart, not so much interesting for his "achievements" but because his case appears as if he became a psychopath only after a serious head injury.

Tue, Aug 12, 2014
12:00 AM CT

A Game of Daggers
Diane's new novel A GAME OF DAGGERS is now available at Amazon for Kindle. A story of murder, mayhem and political intrigue set up in the year of the Lord 1096.
Pope Urban II has called for a crusade, but this news has yet to reach Cornwall. And people there have anyway to deal with other problems from storms to wreckers on their coast and when some murdered men are discovered on the beach, nobody guesses, this is only the prelude to much greater events coming to the so remote shores ...

Sat, Jul 5, 2014
12:00 AM CT

Ivan Hill
Ivan Hill, as the first of the many serial killers, who haunted Los Angeles in the 80s and 90s, is now added to our serial killer collection.

Sun, Jun 8, 2014
12:00 AM CT

Raya and Sakina
The famous Egyptian serial killers have become part of our collection. And as so often, things are not as simple as the urban legend tries to tell us.

Thu, May 1, 2014
12:00 AM CT

Dagmar Overbye
The infamous Danish baby farmer has been added to our Serial Killer Collection.

Thu, May 1, 2014
12:00 AM CT

Pharaoh Djoser added to the Egyptian Collection
I finally came around to add a new pharaoh to our collection: Djoser, 1st Pharoh of the 3rd Dynasty.

Fri, Apr 4, 2014
12:00 AM CT

The Green River Killer
This month, we added Gary Ridgway to our serial killer collection, a case, not so much interesting for the profiling but for the lessons about case organization to be learned from it.

Tue, Mar 4, 2014
12:00 AM CT

Manson Family
The "Manson Family&quo; has been added to our serial killer collection. Especially interesting for those who think, brain washing isn't possible.

Fri, Feb 7, 2014
12:00 AM CT

Hans van Zon
Dutch serial killer Hans van Zon joined our serial killer collection. Not entirely voluntarily though.

Mon, Jan 6, 2014
12:00 AM CT

The Syracuse Dungeon Master
John T. Jamelske aka the Syracuse Dungeon Master has been added to our Serial Killer Collection. While not a seria killer but a serial rapist, Jamelske represents a similar psychopathology as some OCD type serial killers, for example Dahmer and therefore is some valuable object for studies.

Thu, Jan 2, 2014
12:00 AM CT

The last of the 2nd dynasty pharaohs, the man who re-united Egypt, is now also in the Egyptian collection.

Thu, Dec 12, 2013
12:00 AM CT

Pharaoh Sekhemib added to the Egyptian Collection
I finally came around to add Pharaoh Sekhemib to the collection, the sixth of the 2nd Dynasty. So, with some luck, I can finish this year the 2nd dynsty, only one, Khasekhemwy is left.

Tue, Dec 10, 2013
12:00 AM CT

The Riha disappearance
In 1969, Dr. Thomas Riha disappeared and in the subconsequent series of events, Gloria Tannenbaum was arrested for forgery and under suspicion of two other homicides. She plead not guilty by reason of insanity and got away with it. The case has now been added to our serial killer collection.

Mon, Nov 4, 2013
12:00 AM CT

Richard N. Clarey jr.
Clarey is one of the lesser known serial killers, skirting the definition a little. Still, for some reasons an interesting case.

Wed, Oct 2, 2013
12:00 AM CT

Now in the collection: William E. Cosden
A garden variety sexual predator, notable only because his existence shows, how wrong the idea of 1 monster at 1 time in 1 area is.

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