Monday, February 6, 2012

Remember this jackass who took his kids camping at midnite?


Yes, he took his kids camping ... out of the blue ... at midnite ... in freezing temperatures ... and guess what ... mystery of mysteries, his wife "disc-appeared."  Yep ... missing.

Well, recently there was a bit of a disturbance as the father blocked the visitation of a social worker, took both of his kids inside a house, a then blew 'er up ... how about that? And apparently this comes a a big surprise to every lib with a pair of Birkenstocks and a pipe.

One of the two young children murdered by their father after a horrific custody battle had provided chilling details of how their mother went missing after a late-night camping trip.

Josh Powell killed himself and his two sons Braden and Charlie in a gas explosion in their rented Washington state home on Sunday - two years after their mother Susan went missing.

Today one of the family's lawyers said that 7-year-old Charlie 'talked about that they went camping and that Mommy was in the trunk

‘There had been previous visits and they had gone fine,’ social services spokesman Thomas Shapley told MailOnline.

Yes, so this comes as a total shock to everyone without a brain libs.

A lawyer for Josh Powell says he received a three-word email from his client just minutes before Powell and sons Charlie and Braden died in a house explosion. It said, 'I'm sorry, goodbye.' 

Attorney Jeffrey Bassett said the email arrived at 12.05pm Sunday, but he didn't see it until two hours later, when others informed him of the blast.

He says he knew Josh was upset after being ordered to undergo a psycho-sexual evaluation recently, but he didn't see this coming. 

Didn't see THIS coming? Well of COURSE not.  What idiot lib defense lawyer could have EVER predicted this? I mean, why didn't those kids just use their "chi?"

Powell's brother-in law Kirk Graves, 39, said the family was stunned by the news. 'We never contemplated the idea he would do something like this. You just don't expect it from a father,' he said. 
Hey ... Kirk ... stop spewing idiocy. You know damn well you expected more criminal behavior out of this guy. Who do you think you're kidding when you try to give the criminal some benefit of the doubt? Are you trying to show everyone how brain-dead "open-minded" you are?

But hey, not EVERYONE was fooled.

Steve Downing, a lawyer for Susan Powell's parents Chuck and Judy Cox said: 'It's the most horrifying thing you can imagine happening.' 'They are beyond devastated. They always feared Josh would do something like this.'  More here:

How about that, someone actually suspected that a psycho murdering criminal might do some more psycho murdering. Well, we can't act on something as shaky as "the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior," now can we. No, no -- people might think we jumped to a conclusion. After all, why be on the safe side when you can justify taking chances with the lives of others by saying "use a chi-ball, man ... USE A CHI BALL!"

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