September 16, 2006

Wasn't She A Character From Hamlet?

From Newsvine: Charges Dropped in Wis. Necrophilia Case
LANCASTER, WIS. — A judge on Friday dismissed charges of attempted sexual assault against three men accused of trying to dig up a woman's body to have sex with the corpse, noting that Wisconsin has no law against necrophilia.
"Besides," said the judge, "She was totally asking for it — lying flat on her back, didn't say 'stop', all dressed up in nice clothes. God."

Joking aside (blaming the victim is WRONG, kids, I'm serious), I have to say, this really is one of the most appalling stories I've read in a while:
Twins Nicholas and Alexander Grunke, 20, and Dustin Radke, 20, were arrested after an alleged attempt to dig up the body of a 20-year-old woman who was killed Aug. 27 in a motorcycle crash. . .

Authorities said the three were not acquainted with the woman but had seen an obituary with her photo.
So, essentially, what happened was: these three kids were ogling pictures of girls in the obits section, and suddenly thought to themselves, "Saaaaay, here's an idea..."

I mean, how horny do you have to be to come up with something like that? For God's sake, if you're that desperate to get laid, there are less extreme solutions than necrophilia. Even incest would be a better idea.



It's a Saturday night, and my exciting plans involve watching TV with my cat. I mean, granted, she's a hot teen who sits docilely on my lap and doesn't open her mouth except to lick my face, which I guess is a dream girl for some guys — but as a feminist I don't really approve of that sort of thing.

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