Tuesday, October 25, 2011
[the "happy face" killer]
I know this because an atheist and a killer says so.
Keith Jesperson is a serial killer who brutally murdered eight random women between 1990 and 1995.
According to his biography I: the Creation of a Serial Killer page 92 he later explained that after he had dumped his third victim on a garbage pile, he realized "It looked like I would never be punished by God or Satan. I decided there was no God or Satan, and when we died our lives just flickered out. The sooner a person understands that there's no punishment after death and allows his own inner impulses to take over, the sooner they become an unstoppable serial killer. That's the point I'd reached. It was scary, but it was exciting too."
Posted by jewish philosopher at 3:46 AM