Personally, I fail understand this morbid fascination with any person involved in a horrible human behavioural aberration. Indulging in emotional hysteria by media and strangers is, in my opinion, a form of perverted excitement and has absolutely nothing to do with empathy or real regret for the victim.
Furthermore,such behaviour could provide incentive for other flawed individuals to form their unique and singularly nasty aim, of either for divesting themselves of an unwanted problem person or for gaining their 15 minutes of fame. So, why give anyone over a year of fame at the taxpayers expense, then all kinds of advertisement for months afterwards??
Usually, persons losing children,or another close relative, want above all to be left alone to grieve. So, whether one kills or ends the life of another for selfish reasons or for their 15 minutes, or one has lost a loved one, it serves no purpose to bisect, dissect or analyse the happening ad-nauseum. Such hysteria serves no good purpose, making them even more infamous.
Does the average person have such a dull life, that they need this sort of morbid excitement??
Last edited by bluebyrd35; Jul 13th, 2011 at 11:34 PM..Reason: spelling error.