Thursday, August 21, 2008
[Ted Bundy, the first person called a "serial killer", in an interview with psychologist James Dobson just before he was executed on January 24, 1989. Watch beginning at 5:50 in the video clip.]
I don't think that Mr. Bundy was a very nice person to begin with, however I would imagine that pornography can only make a good person bad and a bad person even worse.
Considering the proliferation of pornography through the Internet today, making it infinitely more available than it was in the 1950’s when Bundy was growing up, we can only guess what the results may be.
It is interesting to note that apparently as pornography has become more popular, so has stranger-to-stranger homicide, which the police are seldom able to solve. However I guess "freedom of expression" takes precedence over everything.
Posted by jewish philosopher at 12:41 PM