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#1 Mass Murderer

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of all the victims of big and little bush.

152 "notches" on his belt BEFORE Afghanistan and Iraq


Although he said he was anguished by the decision, in an interview in Talk magazine, writer Tucker Carlson described Bush mimicking the woman's final plea for her life. "'Please,' Bush whimpers, his lips pursed in mock desperation, 'don't kill me.'"
                       - Time Magazine

And he has the arrogance and audacity
 to cast dispersions on Saddam
 for carrying out "amputation" sentences?!
  At least Saddam's "mistakes"
 can be rehabed;
 how do we rehab the millions
 that dubya and his father
 have maimed, killed
 and starved to death since 1991?  SANCTIONS=THE CRIME OF THE CENTURY;
 Criminal Assault on Iraq=THE COVERUP

Criminal Assault on Iraq 



Similarities to the

 Kitty Genovese Murder

[NYC 3/13/64]

     Genovese Murder

The Killing of Kitty Genovese

Her public slaying in Queens becomes a symbol of Americans' failure to get involved.

  By Michael Dorman

It was just after 3 a.m.

 A red Fiat rolled slowly through the darkness into a parking space adjacent to the Long Island Rail Road station in Kew Gardens. The young woman behind the wheel emerged from the car and locked it. She began the 100-foot walk toward her apartment house at 82-70 Austin St.

But then she spotted a man standing along her route. Apparently afraid, she changed direction and headed toward the intersection of Austin and Lefferts Boulevard -- where there was a police call box.

Suddenly, the man overtook her and grabbed her. She screamed. Residents of nearby apartment houses turned on their lights and threw open their windows. The woman screamed again: ``Oh, my God, he stabbed me! Please help me!''

A man in a window shouted: ``Let that girl alone.'' The attacker walked away. Apartment lights went out and windows slammed shut. The victim toward her apartment. But the attacker returned and stabbed her again.

``I'm dying!'' she cried.

Windows opened again. The attacker entered a car and drove away. Windows closed, but the attacker soon came back again. His victim had crawled inside the front door of an apartment house at 82-62 Austin St. He found her sprawled on the floor and stabbed her still again. This time he killed her.

It was not until 3:50 that morning -- March 13, 1964 -- that a neighbor of the victim called police.  Officers arrived two minutes later and found the body. They identified the victim as Catherine Genovese, 28, who had been returning from her job as manager of a bar in Hollis. Neighbors knew her not as Catherine but as Kitty.

Kitty Genovese: It was a name that would become symbolic in the public mind for a dark side of the national character.

It would stand for Americans

/all citizens of the world/ 

who were too indifferent

or too frightened

or too alienated

or too self-absorbed

to ``get involved''

in helping a fellow human

 being in dire trouble.

 A term ``the Genovese syndrome''

would be coined to describe the attitude.

NO to bush; NO to kerry;